Lake Lucerne | Switzerland (by kelvs)
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Lake Lucerne | Switzerland (by kelvs)
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Lake Lucerne | Switzerland (by kelvs)
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Sevilla in Motion: More than 12.000 photographs taken during months we chosen and used on this Time-Lapse project about the city of Seville. It was finished this April 2014. 4 minutes to take a peek at one of the most amazing cities of Spain and the world, #Seville. (by Grupo Filmo)

6sevilla, seville, andalusia, video, timelapse, grupo filmo, project, photography, travel, andalucía, spain, españa, sevilla in motion, city, cityscape, urban, medium,

Photographers on Tumblr?

I’m making a list of photographers on tumblr I’m following, and everyone should be already following. If you know some blogs you want to recommend for the list, including yourself…let me know. ONLY photographers on tumblr. 

Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)
Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.
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Rock Band Icons (by Tata & Friends)

Spanish graphic design studio Tata & Friends has illustrated ‘Rock Band Icons’, a series of posters which delineate the names of renowned bands using straightforward and literal graphics. A hot yellow background describes each canvas, with black lines marking the pictographic representations. Some motifs portray motion — like the two circumventing arrows wrapping around the image of a rock, indicating ‘The Rolling Stones’; others narrate the musician’s name with a stacked series of static graphics. Take a look at the collection of posters to see if you can name the band based on the pictograms, before you read the name.

Source: tatafriends.com

6Tata & Friends, design, art, graphic design, photoset, yellow, illustration,

The New School University Centre | New York (by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill | Photographs: James Ewing)
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The New School University Centre | New York (by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill | Photographs: James Ewing)
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The New School University Centre | New York (by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill | Photographs: James Ewing)
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First Light at Bryce Canyon | Utah (by Prajit Ravindran)
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Camera
Nikon D7000
ISO
100
Aperture
f/16
Exposure
1/60th
Focal Length
145mm
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