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Roberto Weigand, 1968 | Illustratore

Roberto Weigand è un illustratore di libri per bambini e designer di copertine di riviste in Brasile. Ha studiato Architettura all'Università di San Paolo e nel 1991 ha iniziato a lavorare come illustratore per giornali, riviste e libri per bambini.
Dal 1999 lavora come illustratore e Infografista per la rivista Veja, dal 2001 diventa responsabile delle copertine della rivista Istoé e dal 2002 inizia a scrivere per la rivista Publish.
Lavora essenzialmente con il computer, utilizzando diversi stili e tecniche per illustrare data la sua esperienza con la progettazione grafica e la fotomanipolazione.
Oggi lavora su commissione di editori di libri e vende la sua arte su internet.

Come illustratore ha vinto i seguenti premi in Brasile: Ofélia Fontes Award (1998), Jabuti Award (1999) per Children Illustration.
Per l'edizione immagine ha vinto due Esso Award (2000 e 2002) per la rivista Graphic Creation.

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Akira Kusaka 日下 明 | Fly Me To the Moon

The gentle surrealism of Japanese illustrator Akira Kusaka

Akira Kusaka is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Osaka, Japan.
Akira Kusaka only works with Photoshop where he creates all of his artwork.
He creates for advertisements, book covers, children's picture book, web design, and more.
His all works are drawn only with photoshop.

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Cynthia Decker | Imaginary Realism painter

Cynthia Decker is an artist who created the realistic artwork rendered in 3D effect, using the artistic techniques of pixels instead of painting.

"- I live and work nestled in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina. My home office studio faces right into the woods adjacent to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Every day I am surrounded by the perfect balance of technology and nature. I couldn't wish for more. As a child, I would draw and paint at any opportunity.
My Mother was the head of the computer science department at a local community college, and did some work in artificial intelligence for NASA.
My father was an engineer for Ford Aerospace. Because of my parent's jobs, we had a computer in the house when not everyone had home computers.
I became comfortable with them as a kid and was starting to do digital art with paint programs in the late 1990s".

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Morten Lasskogen, 1986 | Surrealist 3D painter

Morten Lasskogen is a Copenhagen-based visual artist.
- "After working as a photographer for nearly 10 years, in 2018 I started experimenting with 3d. I discovered that a lot of the things i knew about lighting and composition worked more or less the same way as with photography, but the big difference was: 3d didn't have the same limits - I could literally control the sun"!

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Carol Cavalaris (American, -2020)

Carol Cavalaris lives in the middle of a forest in the high country of Colorado. It is the wild beauty of her surroundings that inspires her digital paintings of wildlife and nature.
Carol exhibits her work in several Colorado galleries, including the Grace Gallery in the famous Santa Fe Avenue Art District in Denver.
She was a freelance artist for The Mountain, and creates custom art, specializing wildlife, floral, and pet paintings.

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Stanislav Aristov / Станислав Аристов, 1982 | Flame art

Russian🎨 photographer Stanislav Aristov / Станислав Аристов, better known by his moniker Pol Tergejst is an artist from Ekaterinburk, in Russia, who decided "to play with fire", literally. He uses flame shapes to create some kind of flame-shape paintings, he composes different images of them. All this involves a lot of photographing.
Aristo made a splendid series of images with matches between 2010 and 2013. It's after taking part in a themed "line of life" photo contest from Formula foto that the idea of using lighted matches came to him.
The "stroke of genius" or as Stanislav said himself: "it's not the first idea with one things that shows another things :)" reminds us all the poetry that has fire in the collective unconscious. Thanks to Stanislav for giving us some of his time answering our questions and for sharing with us his work.

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The Art of Photo manipulation

Photo manipulation dates back to some of the earliest photographs captured on glass and tin plates during the 19th century.
The practice began not long after the creation of the first photograph (1825) by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce who developed heliography and made the first photographic print from a photoengraved printing plate.

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Patrick Le Hech (French, 1965)

Illusionist photographer Patrick Le Hec'h began his training at the École d'Art Graphique Corvisart de Paris. On his release he worked briefly as an illustrator and graphic designer before accepting the artistic direction of a communications agency.
Inspired by the romantic and surreal, is detected in its early creations of the atmosphere that are visionary painters: Giorgio De Chirico 1888-1978, Tanguy, Bocklin, Delvaux and René François Ghislain Magritte, 1898-1967.
Invited to present his paintings at galleries renowned Parisian Avenue Matignon, rue du fg St Honore, at the Grand Palais, as well as Monte Carlo, Cannes, Palm Beach, Chicago or New York, his work now recognized as contained in number of private collections, earned him awards on the occasion of major arts events.

Patrick Le Hec'h | French photographic artists