16th Annual Designing Women

by Fred Showker

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16th Annual Designing Women We continue the 16th Annual Designing Women edition with Ania Szerszen, Lacey Photography and Sara Hingle . . .

Dream Shepherds

16th Annual Designing Women for 2011 in DTG Magazine

Ania Szerszen is from Wroclaw, Poland and is involved in Graphic Design and Illustration.
      Someone 'nominated her "Dream Shepherds" project for this issue, but we could not find any other info on Ania other than this Flickr gallery.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Ania Szerszen
check out these cool fonts and type graphics Scroll through her Flickr gallery for more

Pushing Boundaries: Lacey, Still Life Photographer

16th Annual Designing Women for 2011 in DTG Magazine

Lacey has been busy -- building creative campaigns for everyone from Harper's Bazaar to Diet Coke.
      Lacey is a master of still life photography and design. She builds and photographs spectacular constructs of real life.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Lacey Photography
check out these cool fonts and type graphics Take a stroll through her portfolio

Danielle Levitt, Portraitist and Street Culture Photographer

16th Annual Designing Women for 2011 in DTG Magazine

Danielle Levitt was born with all the confidence and curiosity necessary to make it as a photographer. In both her high-fashion commercial shots and documentary style street portraits, her images are astonishingly honest and perceptive, exploring a type of beauty beyond the mere surface of makeup and clothing. In this interview she chats about her journey through the street style photography scene, how she captures personalities through the lens, and about how exploring video and technology will take her work to the next level.
READ THIS REPORT INTERVIEW: Danielle Levitt, Portraitist and Street Culture Photographer

Sara Hingle: light touch

16th Annual Designing Women for 2011 in DTG Magazine

Sara Hingle grew up in Perth, Western Australia and went on to study Design and Illustration at Curtin University. Since then she has illustrated for numerous clients such as Universal Music, Elle, Frankie, MTV and Black + White Magazines to name a few.
      She has the rare talent to actually depict not just the likeness of the subject, but the personality and emotion as well.
READ THIS REPORT SEE : Sara Hingle's Portfolio (Slow loader, but worth the wait!)
check out these cool fonts and type graphics See the See more


 

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