James White was born in 1977 and calls Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada his home. His parents were never able to keep typewriter paper in the house as James would steal it for drawings as early as the age of 4. Upon graduation of highschool he attended a Graphic Design course in his hometown where he was introduced to Photoshop and Illustrator, tools he still uses today. James never stopped creating and working on his own projects that took up his evenings and weekends which resulted in the creation of the Signalnoise Studio.
Today, James is focusing on various neon-infused art projects, creating some pieces to compliment his childhood in the 1980s. He also spends a lot of time on the road speaking at various design conventions and events around the world.
Jakarta, Indonesia based graphic retoucher Aditya Aryanto tried visualizing some animals in different forms, which he then called Anicube or Animal Cube. He is interested in the cubical shape and trying to change some animal forms into cubes.
Aryanto’s latest series is a collection of real life animals reconfigured looked more like cubic creations from Minecraft. The liquified curves and inorganic lines are somehow strangely realistic. The series, called Minecraft in Real Life or Anicube, covers everything from highland cows to rabbits.
“I can’t say I know exactly what this type of art is called, but I personally have dubbed it ‘Freestyle Photoshopping’. To me it’s a practice of exercise in flow state and free association by layering about 20 random images I find on the internet. I begin to manipulate and begin to build a scene. There is something about symmetry that is pleasing to the eye and allows me to find interesting shapes and compositions. This opens up opportunities to explore new and surreal landscapes by following all the happy accidents that arise.”
Trent Kuhn is a digital artist across several mediums. He currently resides in the Bay Area of California. Specializing in Illustration, Retouching, Graphic Design, and Digital Painting.
Artist, Cheyenne Randall, has given the biggest names in pop culture a little edge by photo-shoppping tattoos onto everyone from Bill Murray to Britney Spears. His popular Instagram account indiangiver shares full sleeves and neck tattoos on Elvis, Julia Roberts, Lindsay Lohan, Prince William, Barack Obama, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Jimi Hendrix, Paul Newman, Bob Dylan, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, among many others. Check out some of our favorites from his Shopped Tattoos series.
“The most epic Zelda painting ever created!” It was created for Zelda’s 25th Birthday. Who is Zelda? Well click HERE for a larger version that’s “so awesome your retinas will melt and eyes explode. *POP!….POP!* “.
You say you’re so hungry you could eat a horse. Well… we don’t think you can. But what if that horse was actually a tomato? These photoshop works make it possible, breeding creepy half fruit – half animal spawn, that might still be less appeasing than eating an actual animal, but are something to look at.
out of all the photographs i took in the 3 years i lived in the states, all the places i went to, people i meet…. all i have left is a CD with no more than 20 pictures. all of them at low resolution and ugly photoshop abuse (i was learning photoshop on my own as you can tell)
good memories, no pictures of anything.
this are the photoshop collages i used to make with my pictures.