Tri Fold Brochure

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I am going back to creation of brochures in InDesign. I wanted to create something clean featuring animals and nature.

I think Adobe InDesign is ideal program for creating flyers and other stationary items.

I haven’t taken the pictures myself, but they are from www.pexels.com. I feel I can’t take all the credit for the additional aesthetic quality of this work. I will list the photographer’s whose photos I have used.

Heorhii Heorhiichuk, Todd Trapani and Annika Thierfeld


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GIF file

I have been besotted by art made via computer since my teenage years. It took me some time to actually start doing something about it. What I really about it that it space efficient. I have quite a few piles of drawings, loads of canvases and etc. I simply never learn.

For this post I wanted to do a simple animation and export it into GIF. I have done this through Adobe Photoshop. It is very simple piece, nothing to complicated.

As I am looking at it now. The poor thing is running backwards. I will amend it. puppy

We have all heard about GIF files, but where is really coming from?

The Graphics Interchange Format, better known by its acronym GIF , is a bitmap image format that was developed by a team at the bulletin board service (BBS) provider CompuServe led by American computer scientist Steve Wilhite on June 15, 1987.It has since come into widespread usage on the World Wide Web due to its wide support and portability.

Humble beginnings

The GIF is simply the best and most versatile image format around said Alexander “Sandy” Trevor, the former chief technical officer of CompuServe who managed the GIF team.

“If you want lossless, compressed graphics, there is nothing better than GIF,” Trevor told the Daily Dot. “Yes, JPEG is better for photos, but you can tolerate loss in photos. And png has some benefits, but for most applications it is not worth the additional implementation hassle.”oliana_gif

On June 15, 1987, Trevor and his team, which included inventor Steve Wilhite, released an enhanced version of the GIF called 87a. The new format allowed people to create compressed animations using timed delays.

“I think the first GIF was a picture of a plane. It was a long time ago,” Wilhite told the Daily Dot in a rare interview via Facebook.

 

Basic Parallax Photo Effect – Pigeons in Love

This Parallax Photo I have created using Adobe Photoshop. Animating photos was always something I wanted to learn. To my own surprise it is not as difficult as I have thought. The background photo is my own the pigeons is a png I have downloaded from the internet.

I want to say it is pretty simple one.

London Zoo Leaflet

For creation of this leaflet I had to mock-up the prints on the t-shirts using Adobe Illustrator. London Zoological Society logo is real, address and website are real, but the shown products here do not exist.

zoo-leaflet