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I've been working as a Graphic Designer/Photographer for more than 15 years. Providing solutions for my clients Graphic Design , Photography & Printing needs and helping them achieve their objectives with unique and compelling results.

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Beautiful Geometric Patterns of the Alhambra!

The Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain is a famous for it’s beautiful motifs set and based on Islamic architecture. The arabesques and geometric patterns of Islamic art are often said to arise from the Islamic view of the world. To Muslims, these forms, taken together, constitute an infinite pattern that extends beyond the visible material world. To many in the Islamic world, they concretely symbolize the infinite. Regardless, they are undeinably beautiful and worth seeing in person.  (excerpt from Wikipedia)
Examples for your inpiration!

As gorgeous as these photos and patterns are, there is nothing like the real thing. It is awe inspiring. 


Long Shadow Flat UI Kit

Like all trends, they come and go but right now "Flat" is the new hottness. So with that said, here is a nice freebie set of long shadow flat UI for your pleasure.

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SIGMA's f/1.8 Constant Aperture!

According to Sigma, this is the World's first lens offering an aperture of f1.8 throughout the zoom range. This for DSLR camera's that have the APS-C format. I'm not usually a third party lens guy but this one seem very intrigue. Head over to the link for more information. 



Inspiring Art by David A. Smith

Awe Inspiring!  In a world of "I need it yesterday" (which equals crap most of the time) it's refreshing to see that there is someone out there creating amazing work. All it takes is time to let the master create long lasting art. Mr. Smith you are an inspiration. 
Check out the following links related to this video.
 - David A. Smith (Artist)
 - Danny Cooke (Film by)
 - John Mayer (Musician)

Ink, White-Out and a Splash of Coffee

Boston based artist Jake Fried, creates beautiful animation with the help of Ink, White-Out and a splash of Coffee. As you watch this animation unfold, just THINK about how this was created then be amazed. Great Job, Jake! 

The Deep End from Jake Fried on Vimeo.