So here's something for the Halloween season.
Although I suppose that this set done by Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggot wasn't Halloween-inspired, I think there's something beautifully eerie with the editorial that matches the current season.
The styles were crafted by no other than Carine Roitfield for Vogue Paris. If you're a fan of black and white, goth and mask, I'm sure you would love this set too.
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010
In 1980, Robert Plutchik introduced his very own color wheel of emotions that showed a three-dimensional circumflex model, which described the relations among the concepts of emotions that were portrayed to be analogous to the colors given in the wheel.
The cone's vertical dimension represent intensity while the circle represents the degrees of correspondence among the emotions given in the wheel. As defined by his theory, there are eight primary emotion dimensions that were all indicated by the eight sectors in the model.
Meanwhile, in the exploded model, the blank spaces represent the primary pairs or the dyad of primary emotions. So, it simply implies that when your have this interest and serenity towards a certain subject, you get the feeling of optimism.
Interesting model, isn't?
Friday, October 1, 2010
England-based freelance artist Kyle Bean, who specializes in hand crafted models, prop styling, and art direction, created a new set of distinctive masterpiece that speaks about the effect of today's technology.
With these amazing masterpieces, the genius artist brought out the concept of technology and obsolescence through the use of cardboards to shape some of today's hottest electronic thingamajig.