Its been a while since my last post, but now will be doing loads of new post in the next few days to catch up with what I’ve been up to! I had few great shoots that I will be uploading them soon, and I’m really glad about your positive feedback on my last ‘Kaleidoscopic dreams’ shoot.Here is a selection of some photographs I took in the past few days. Just exploring everything, and getting inspired from most random things! If you follow my facebook page I will be uploading pics from the latest shoot very soon.Hope you like it :)
// Keleta nuotrauku is praejusiu dienu, nerasiau ana ilga laika, bet dabar stengsiuosi parsyti dazniau kad pasivyciau su visais darbais, smagu buvo girdeti jusu atsiliepimus apie Kaleidoscopic Dreams fotosesija jei sekate mano facebook puslapi ten greitu laiku sudesiu naujausias foto. Kolkas tiek:)
it’s been almost one week since I’m back to my hometown Vilnius to visit my friends and family and work on my photography and illustrations portfolio while i’m here. I have loads of photo-shoots planned for the next few weeks, that i’m really looking forward to. Also doing one tomorrow so photos will be up this weekend, lets hope its sunny! :)
//Jau beveik savaite kaip esu Vilniuje aplankyti seimos, sendiena buvau centre pasivaikscioti ir apsiziureti/paieskoti tinkamu vietu fotosesijom kurias suplanavau sia ir kita savaite, yra graziu vietu bet vis dar ieskau nauju jei zinote kokiu super idomiu pastatu apleistu dideliais langais ar seip restoranu/parduotuviu kur butu galima susitarti del shoot’o parashykite man I email@example.com taip pat visada ieskau norinciu papozuot
walked around city centre today , took a few shots. I was actually looking for locations for take photographs, found few nice places but still on the hunt for that perfect spot!
Last friday we had our end of year show, here is a selection of some photographs from that night, also you could check Viscombelfast blog if you want to see student portfolios and other information about the course. The rest of the photographs from the event on my Flickr also you can check my fb page for more updates if you like ;)
H&M Home Reflections
I was looking for some inspiration for my recent university project when I found this really interesting installation by UXUS .What I really like about this installation is that it looks really mysterious, even some kind of Alice in Wonderland magic world, something I haven’t seen before, It’s always exciting to discover brand new unseen projects, that can inspire you .
The installation was located in the H&M headquarters in Stockholm Sweden late 2009.
“The H&M homewares line is in the process of transitioning from an e-store to retail environment, and in collaboration with the H&M design team, UXUS has created a display of mirrors and suspended furniture to create a ‘gallery’ of fashion products for the home. Located in the H&M headquarters in Stockholm, the installation “Home Reflections” imagines the world through a looking glass, to explore our ever-changing relationship between identity and style.”
This is a newly constructed sports centre in Paris. It was designed by Paris based architects KOZ . The interior details are really unique and I like it what about you? for more photos click here.
Well there is something different, not that typical 9 to 5 office that we all hate. The circular shapes used all around the place, black and white contrast, everything just makes you feel like ‘ No, i wouldnt’ mind doing overtime after hours, this Saturday? Yeah no problem, i have no plans anyway! ) Well i would, If i worked in an office like that, and most important is THE LIGHTING! With the Power lights like that, you would never feel sleepy!
“The board of an investment group in capital stock wanted to have a self-called “power office.” i29 interior architects and Eckhardt & Leeuwenstein, two offices which collaborated during this project, created this by placing every board member in the spotlight on a playful way.”
All three boardrooms and a lounge are executed in an overall design concept. Large round lampshades, spray painted gold on the inside, seem to cast light and shadow oval marks throughout the whole space. By this, a playful pattern of golden ovals contrasts with the angular cabinets and desks, which are executed in black stained ash wood. In the flooring, the oval shaped forms continue by using light and dark gray carpet. Also, these ovals define the separate working areas.