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June 4, 2014

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Shoe/Picture Creativity

Shoe/Picture Creativity

I love cool , specifically . When I saw the picture above, of a pair of Edward Green shoes with an imagined red piping, I thought it was one of the coolest things ever. The colors and the fact that it looks real, but doesn’t at the same time was just so intriguing to me. It makes me wish that I had computer skills to do such things. Apparently it was done with by manipulating an actual photograph (said the gentleman that did it). I did not realize that was capable of such cool manipulation. But this is precisely why I have always wanted to have . However I have heard that it costs an arm and a leg and I would probably waste a lot of time on it which is why I have yet to take the plunge. Not quite yet justifiable, but probably soon! Then on the other hand, is this piece of hand created art below. It is a pair of Saint Cripsins shoes drawn by a brilliant artist by the name of Sheng Yi Lee. The artistry is simply amazing and her skills uncanny. I wish that I had those capabilities! Either way, I really love seeing both of these types of work as they are so visually pleasing and admirable at the same time. If I had my own shop, I would gladly hang them both on the wall!

Shoe/Picture Creativity


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