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love the mixture of hand drawn type and photography (oh and ryan gosling). kind of reminds me of my senior thesis cover (the typography part lol)

Not sure what I like more the hand-drawn type or the picture of Ryan Gosling on the cover of Esquire

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Another Africa Themed Vogue On The Way?

By Mario Epanya --I believe his work and idea for an Africa issue for Vogue was rejected.

Imencyclopedia There are two different kinds of rentals, the furnished and the unfurnished. Of course, it’s always easier to create a space that resembles you in the latter case……

Creating your home sweet home in a rental

classy zen shot of beautiful face, closed eye, hot lips, diagonally hidden from hat's slice

GOLD Inspo for Customer Profile Board

Fran: Like how the artist has used a variety of mediums, (paint, collage, pattern print ect), to create an image. The colour tones are quite unique and work well together. And communicates the artists style / personality well.

GEORGIA HAWKINS EDITS | Instagram, Pinterest & Twitter: @TrustVital

Collage Creating graphical designs with beautiful words, photos and patterns is my hobby. While none of these images are mine, I enjoy combining them to create a graphic ‘edit’ or ‘collage.

I know this is and ad but I love it.  The motion to the graphics is really cool. I think that it introduces the public to digital art in a way that they might nit have been exposed to it before.

I like this pin because it's a very serious portrait, but someone added graphics that seem fun and playful when they move; the opposite of the portraits tone. I think they go nicely together without overpowering both moods.

WeTheUrban Magazine Issue #1 - March/April 2011

WeTheUrban Magazine Issue #1 - March/April 2011

Our vision for commerce is to build a place where people can come to and discover anything online. a consumer-centric brand that is enabled by people, powered by technology, and open to everyone.

I really like this cover because it doesn't look a stereotypical magazine I would see on the shelf. I love the use of contrasting fonts (especially the font that the word "george" is written in) and I like how the other stories are much smaller underneath it. It is a unique approach to a magazine cover and it instantly drew me in over stereotypical covers. I also love the use of the photograph and how the darkness of the photo contrasts the white text.

Esquire Singapore – January 2014

Art direction, design and lettering for the cover of Esquire Singapore. Photograph by Ruven Afanador.

OVER by Sara Pellegrino

OVER by Sara Pellegrino

OVER Published on: Viction:ary - FLUID Issue Photography & Illustration – Sara Pellegrino Model – Korlan Madi Way Management Hair & Make Up – Gif By Mario Rossi @ Behance