- The Marcom Award is a majestic symbol of artistic strength and finesse. The award signifies the attention to detail and creative achievement of Platinum and Gold Winners. The unique casting is created by R.S. Owens, the same craftsmen that produce the Oscar®, Emmy® and MTV Awards. The award stands 13 inches tall on a hardwood base and is personalized with the winner's name and entry information.
Unlike most competitions, MarCom entrants do not subsidize awards for the winners. Instead of charging up to several hundred dollars per entry, competition organizers decided to keep entry fees at a fraction of that cost and let the winners buy their own awards. The result is more affordable entry fees and a higher quality piece of art that winners and their clients are proud to display in their homes and offices.
Winning a Marcom Award gives recognition to the creative talent, firms, departments and/or clients that collaborate on outstanding marketing and communication projects. Platinum Winners are recognized on the MarCom web site and in the next year's Call for Entries. In addition, winners and clients tout their awards through their news releases to local media and on their web sites, newsletters and print materials.
Maja Wronska, Polish Female Artist (23)
- Maja Wronska is an Poland-based architect in her fifth year at Warsaw University of Technology. She has taken on her mother’s trade of architecture and has been drawing buildings and castles since she was a little girl. Poland’s skill requirements for architectural school prompted Maja to attend drawing classes, which changed her attitude towards drawing and gave her inspiration as a developing artist. I discovered Maja’s work through her site on Deviant Art and was first drawn to her work Girl With A Red Umbrella, particularly because of the detail in the building and its reflection on the street, combined with the skillful use of watercolor, and the concept of combining a structural concept with imaginative undertones. I first mistook the scattered white and red circles as raindrops, but during our interview Maja corrected me and said they were lampions as inspired by the lantern scene in the movie Tangled. Girl With A Red Umbrella is actually a depiction of Kupala Night in Poznan, Poland, a solstice celebration where thousands of lanterns float all over the city.
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- James Avati (December 14, 1912, Bloomfield, NJ – February 27, 2005, Petaluma, CA) was an American illustrator and paperback cover artist. His father was a professional photographer in New York City. His mother died shortly after Jim's birth. He was raised by his aunt (mother's sister) and eventually, his father married her. While Jim was still young, his father died and another aunt and uncle helped to raise him in Little Silver, New Jersey, where he grew up. His uncle paid for his education at Princeton University where he obtained a degree in architecture in 1935.
Georg Ehrenfried Gross (1893-1959), also known as George Gros (born George Grosz)
German painter, graphic artist and cartoonist
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Fashion and Style in Photography / La mode et le style dans la photographie
Author : E. Misalandi, Edition : Moscow House of Photography
Year : 2005, Pages : 256, Language : Russian / Francaise
Quality PDF | 90 MB
- Each premium WordPress theme comes expertly coded in valid XHTML and CSS, and all are made compatible with the latest version of WordPress. I make sure that each template performs flawlessly in each of the most widely used browsers to ensure maximum functionality. Furthermore, all sidebars are made widget ready for your convenience.
- Edwin Georgi (1896 - 1964) Originally leaving Princeton with the ambitions of being a writer, Georgi wrote copy in an agency until persuaded that he would make a better painter. His depiction of sultry, sensual femininity, with a bewildering palette of pearlescent hues, created a powerful image of eroticism in fifties America - and one of impeccable morality. His quality of light was unique - the highlights burning with adjacent areas of pink and lilac. The reflected light he loved so much seemed to come from beneath, and scattered around the face giving an almost unearthly glow. From a large collection I have chosen characteristic images of his free but effective brushwork.
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Christian Riese Lassen, known around the globe for his unique ability to embody the brilliant light and shimmering colors of our amazing world. His lifelong love of the ocean and its inhabitants has served as his inspiration to create these illustrious masterpieces. With unmatched ability, Lassen captures the essence and brings to life these beautiful works of art in motion. We invite you to explore the imagination of one of the greatest self-trained artists of our time. Come join us and escape to a land of sparkling seas, dolphins and whales, where you can celebrate nature’s treasures and swim away from the ordinary.
Name: Better Figure Drawing | Author: Cecile Hardy | Format: PDF
Caitlin Bellah is a 22 year old photographer from San Francisco, CA. She currently resides in Los Angeles and only comes out of her cave to feed on salmon from the stream below.
- Magazines & Clients:
Peppermint Magazine, Teen Vogue, Rocket Dog Shoes, Cellardoor Magazine, Scout Magazine, Avec Magazine, Chaos Magazine, Leanne Marshall,
Dujour Magazine, VAMPD Magazine.
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- Andrew Whitton: Born and raised in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Andrew moved to London in 2001 after receiving a BA Honours Degree in Photography at Cheltenham. He developed his skills working alongside many great photographers in fashion, beauty, music and advertising. But it was while assisting legendary music photographer, Gered Mankowitz that he began to forge a reputation in the world of photography. Andrew started shooting for the NME back in 2003 after building his portfolio and skills with lo-fi music magazines Careless Talk Costs Lives, Loose Lips Sink Ships and Plan B. This is when he gained valuable experience shooting artists in venues ranging from tiny sweaty pubs (with some of the best unsigned bands you've never heard of) to stadium gigs, tours, festivals and studio recordings with acts such as Oasis, Take That, Kasabian, Razorlight and The Kooks.. He now shoots for global record labels such as Polydor, Mercury, Fiction, Virgin, Parlophone, Island Records, Geffen and XL shooting press and artwork for artists such as La Roux, Elbow, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Take That, James Morrison, Lily Allen, KT Tunstall and The Verve. To add to this impressive client list, Andrew also shoots for MTV, Levi's, Musicians' Union and Mencap. Andrew’s approach to shooting his subjects provides relaxed natural portraits showing the artists at work and play. Effortlessly cool, pure raw energy and very stylish are phrases that come to mind when describing his work. He is excited and inspired by all aspects of image making, comfortable and equally at home in a photo studio or onstage at Wembley. Andrew can be considered as one of the new wave of rock and pop photographers, continuing the great tradition of British Music Photographers such as Furmanovsky, Michael Joseph, Mankowitz, Cummins, Gullick and Corbijn.