“Beauty Comes In All Sizes!”: Photoshop Artist Jay Tee Changes The Obtuse Point Of View About Beauty Today One Pound At A Time

Women of every size should feel beautiful. Some women can’t lose weight because of a health problem or medications. You should not feel like you can never be beautiful. The same thing can happen to people who are too thin as well. Just remember: Beauty comes in all sizes! South American artist Jay Tee confirms these words with his stunning photo morph works. “.


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Aaron Campbell’s Marvelous Photoshop Illustrations

«I began doing little signature tags on forums in 2007, shortly after I discovered Photoshop», says Aaron Campbell. The Canadian self taught artist started illustrating his own characters and environments more than ten years ago while joining several art collectives. «I learned a lot about Photoshop during this time and I then went to university to study illustration and design. This allowed me to...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/01/aaron-campbells-marvelous-photoshop-illustrations/

People Are Submitting Pics Of Their Pets To This Instagrammer, And She Gives Them Hilarious Makeovers

Ida is an ordinary girl working a full-time job but the hobby she has chosen to spend her free time on is what caught our attention. Ida turns pets of her followers on social media into weird creatures that will give you nightmares rather than make you want to cuddle them. It seems that people really enjoy seeing their furry friends turned into something out of this world because her so-called...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2018/12/people-are-submitting-pics-of-their-pets-to-this-instagrammer-and-she-gives-them-hilarious-makeovers/

Viper. Source

Viper. Source

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The DELINEATED Kickstarter, a Multimedia Exploration of the Human Form


In the DELINEATED Kickstarter, artist Michael Millhollen, is creating a series of photographic images using different media to illustrate the individual beauty of the human form without actually showing the body. The majority of the images utilize a method of dripping lines of paint across the bodies of different models then removing (most of) the models themselves, capturing the inherent motion and unique contour of each body in stunningly graceful compositions.

For those unfamiliar with Kickstarter, it’s a crowdfunding website that brings together a community of over 9 million people to help artists and other creative individuals obtain the financial support they need to make their ideas a reality.

The inspiration for this particular Kickstarter project began with an image called “Trapped” (shown below), which depicts a scarf blowing in the wind, caught against the silhouette of a ghostly unseen figure.

The image inspired the idea of capturing the human form through its interaction with other media, and Michael discovered that paint did a particularly amazing job of capturing nuanced variations between models.

The initial photo shoots turned out so well, that soon over 30 models, including both men and women of various body types, had asked to be a part of the project. Michael has now completed the 10th photo shoot with images completed or in the works for 7 different media/techniques, and additional photo shoots are underway. The Kickstarter ends on October 31st, 2015, or you may contact Michael through his website.

About Michael Millhollen

Michael’s passion for photography stretches back over 25 years. At the age of 12, his parents gave him his first Nikon SLR, he had his first photo accepted into a gallery photography competition, and made his first gallery sale.

His original focus was almost exclusively on nature photography, however, his subject matter expanded with time in order to touch a wider range of emotions and tell more complex stories in his images. His primary focus for the last two decades has been digitally manipulated photography, combining the realism of photography with the creative freedom that photo manipulation allows.

In addition to creating, exhibiting and selling art photography, Michael works with a wide variety of companies, primarily in the Kansas City area, across many industries, providing all manner of marketing and advertising materials and related services.

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/the-delineated-kickstarter-a-multimedia-exploration-of-the-human-form/

Welcome to the Foodnited States of America


From Kaleifornia to The New Pork Island… It’s The Foodnited States of America Poster.

After the overwhelming success of our original Instagram series, it made perfect sense to put all of the States together into one yummy map.

So, whether you’re from S’moregon, West Virgingerbread Man, or any of the other aptly-named food States, you can now have this original piece of culinary cartography hanging on the wall of your choice.

The Foodnited States of America Poster is 22″x28″. Printed on quality 80 lb. cover stock. Available now for pre-order at The Foodiggity Shop.

F-S-A!! F-S-A!!

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/welcome-to-the-foodnited-states-of-america/

Winged House. Photoshop Editing Behind The Scenes

Two years ago I was traveling around Belarus, my native country, when saw this charming hut. It captured my imagination instantly and within few weeks the poster with flying house appeared. Now it’s time for video inspired by Hayao Miyazaki films.

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/winged-house-photoshop-editing-behind-the-scenes/

Modern Renaissance

Modern celebs in old art.

Modern Renaissance is a Wort1000 contest where contestants were required to put modern celebs in old art.

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