This is the shape of a plant, this design was made by hand. How it was made was by the use of wire, tracing paper, and a bit of foil to make this plant feel more realistic. This hands on creation was made by Jens Rauenbusch. He has made some development by using some interesting technology to make this plant. In his words “The project was inspired by the “Mimosa Pudica” plant, which fascinated me since I was a kid” that was how he got the idea of making this project.
Here is a link to his other project and more on how he developed this masterpiece:
Looking at this design, there are letters formed with words, representing some intresting sentences. One of them, for example is “Take a breath.” There other one is “Now keep going” and “Relax.” All of those words are formed into the shape of a comma. The name of the creator is Holly Dowers and she has worked hard making this design using some inspirational words to help create this shape. She has put alot of effort to make the shape she needs to create this pattern. The design was not made digitally but she created this by cutting out some words and putting them together hand by hand.
The link to her other fascinating creations in this link:
The creator (Amanda Lindstorm) has created a 3 Dimensional artwork all on paper. This shape happens to be a hexagon but with papers all stacked on one on top of each other. Her project involved alot of effort and took possibly hours to create this masterpiece. How it is so geometric is the way the shape is put together inside and out.
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The design on this form was well developed by the artist of this project. The creator, Wong Shin Huei has designed such a form using some color, shapes, and lines to help create this masterpiece. This hard work was brought up by some interesting thoughts based on the idea that has come to the designers mind. Wong Shin Huei has some thoughts and has put some effort on this project.
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Black and White, White and Black those colors were both used to help create such fascinating patterns. Whether original or reverse they both have a unique style. The designer who created this (Valentina D’Angelo) has shown her hard work as a visual designer to create such a pattern to show the viewers what these patterns are and what they show and represent to the viewers.
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The design of this portrait was by the use of colors that match up and go together. The colors that were mostly used were purple, dark purple, blue, and light blue. They were put together by grabbing the viewers attention. They grabbed the attention of those viewers because of how well these colors were fantasicly put together into one shape. How this shape was designed, the lines are curvy and sticking out of the shape while there are a few dots inside and outside of the shape. The dots are also different colors but are the same colors used in this design. Billy Hayes has spent hours and hours designing this shape. He has put alot of effort on his project.
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This artwork was designed by Raman Khela. His work is based on the repetitiveness and the reverse of trees and branches all in one photo. The way he designed this photo was by using digital reality by using photoshop. While designing this portrait, he toned the color of the picture by darkening the sky along with the branches. His skills in photoshop has brought viewers to the way he has designed the photograph.
Here is a link to his other photographs on what he has done by using his hard work:
The colors of the wrapping paper represent the mood sets for the people when they get their gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, or apperications towards that person. This prepresents the color mood by how the wrapping paper is designed by Officemilano. Officemilano designed this for the viewers to buy and use his artwork to surprise others by designing his wrapping paper(s) to show the mood and emotions of others by how they would react seeing this kind of paper wraped around a mysterious gift presented to the person receving the gift.
Here is a link to the desinger who created this hard work: