Even though it says it’s meant for CS4, it’ll work for any version you have installed. Basically, this will work best with a high-contrast photo. The more distinct your light and dark areas, the better visual translation you’ll see. This tutorial seems pretty simple, and I have yet to try it out, but when I do – I’ll edit this and will repost my version. Check it out here.
… or what they really should say! I find this series by Viktor Hertz to be a hilarious take on these familiar identities that most definitely spill the honesty up front!
Kudos to mymodernmet.com for posting his work. I found it to be an entertaining and inspirational end to my day, so thanks!
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Beautiful new hand cut paper theater posters by Brooklyn-based illustrator Kevin Stanton continue to demonstrate his creative vision and talent with a scalpel and now at a much larger scale (13½” x 20″). See more of Kevin’s work on his website and blog. Plus check out my previous spotlight on his work here, including his fantastic paper cut book covers.
[ All work & images © Kevin Stanton ]
This 26-year old, Ruti Ben Dror, has some amazing work she’s created all through folding paper. I can’t imagine how many paper cuts were attained in making these extraordinary works! Check them out here:
Created by Hydro 74, I’m really diggin’ this font. I’ll have to snag it up to use for creating my wedding invites. Here are some more from his font collections…
His work is influenced by geometry, surrealism, and he loves typography. This cat lives in Madrid, and I gotta say… I really dig his work.
Here’s a link to his site…