MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Paperman by Walt Disney
Disney recently released their beautiful Oscar nominated short film on YouTube. The charming story is so simple yet so wonderful, however the technology behind the production is far from simple. The groundbreaking animation technique is known as Meander and it combines both computer generated 3D modelling with the traditional hand drawn animation technique to produce an incredibly modern image with a nostalgic feel, especially when the entire story is in black and white. I’ve embedded the video below and I couldn’t recommend anything better to watch right now.

Artists: | YouTube |

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Paperman by Walt Disney
Disney recently released their beautiful Oscar nominated short film on YouTube. The charming story is so simple yet so wonderful, however the technology behind the production is far from simple. The groundbreaking animation technique is known as Meander and it combines both computer generated 3D modelling with the traditional hand drawn animation technique to produce an incredibly modern image with a nostalgic feel, especially when the entire story is in black and white. I’ve embedded the video below and I couldn’t recommend anything better to watch right now.

Artists: | YouTube |

Must Watch:
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Paperman by Walt Disney
Disney recently released their beautiful Oscar nominated short film on YouTube. The charming story is so simple yet so wonderful, however the technology behind the production is far from simple. The groundbreaking animation technique is known as Meander and it combines both computer generated 3D modelling with the traditional hand drawn animation technique to produce an incredibly modern image with a nostalgic feel, especially when the entire story is in black and white. I’ve embedded the video below and I couldn’t recommend anything better to watch right now.

Artists: | YouTube |

Must Watch:
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Paperman by Walt Disney

Disney recently released their beautiful Oscar nominated short film on YouTube. The charming story is so simple yet so wonderful, however the technology behind the production is far from simple. The groundbreaking animation technique is known as Meander and it combines both computer generated 3D modelling with the traditional hand drawn animation technique to produce an incredibly modern image with a nostalgic feel, especially when the entire story is in black and white. I’ve embedded the video below and I couldn’t recommend anything better to watch right now.

Artists: | YouTube |

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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi

This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]

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An Abrupt End by James Huse
These incredible high speed photographs of milk filled balloons bursting were create entirely with university equipment. The budget cuts in creative education could jeopardise future projects such as this, and have many talented students education come to an abrupt end. The project seeks to showcase and celebrate creative education and display how funding it is a worthwhile and a much needed part of our education system.

Artists: | Website |  [via: Machine Factory]
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An Abrupt End by James Huse
These incredible high speed photographs of milk filled balloons bursting were create entirely with university equipment. The budget cuts in creative education could jeopardise future projects such as this, and have many talented students education come to an abrupt end. The project seeks to showcase and celebrate creative education and display how funding it is a worthwhile and a much needed part of our education system.

Artists: | Website |  [via: Machine Factory]
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An Abrupt End by James Huse
These incredible high speed photographs of milk filled balloons bursting were create entirely with university equipment. The budget cuts in creative education could jeopardise future projects such as this, and have many talented students education come to an abrupt end. The project seeks to showcase and celebrate creative education and display how funding it is a worthwhile and a much needed part of our education system.

Artists: | Website |  [via: Machine Factory]
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An Abrupt End by James Huse
These incredible high speed photographs of milk filled balloons bursting were create entirely with university equipment. The budget cuts in creative education could jeopardise future projects such as this, and have many talented students education come to an abrupt end. The project seeks to showcase and celebrate creative education and display how funding it is a worthwhile and a much needed part of our education system.

Artists: | Website |  [via: Machine Factory]
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An Abrupt End by James Huse

These incredible high speed photographs of milk filled balloons bursting were create entirely with university equipment. The budget cuts in creative education could jeopardise future projects such as this, and have many talented students education come to an abrupt end. The project seeks to showcase and celebrate creative education and display how funding it is a worthwhile and a much needed part of our education system.

Artists: | Website | [via: Machine Factory]

The San Francisco Earthquake: Then & Now by Shawn Clover
The earthquake that occurred in 1906 may have seemed to have only lasted 42 seconds, however the repercussions lasted for 4 days and 4 nights as fires spread through the city and destroyed 25,000 buildings on 490 differant blocks. Today photographer Shawn Clover was able to use a vast catalogue of photographs from the 1906 earthquake aftermath to re-create the exact same shots with his modern camera. By combining the two sets of images together he was able to display the past and present side by side in a single image. 

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]
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The San Francisco Earthquake: Then & Now by Shawn Clover
The earthquake that occurred in 1906 may have seemed to have only lasted 42 seconds, however the repercussions lasted for 4 days and 4 nights as fires spread through the city and destroyed 25,000 buildings on 490 differant blocks. Today photographer Shawn Clover was able to use a vast catalogue of photographs from the 1906 earthquake aftermath to re-create the exact same shots with his modern camera. By combining the two sets of images together he was able to display the past and present side by side in a single image. 

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]
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The San Francisco Earthquake: Then & Now by Shawn Clover
The earthquake that occurred in 1906 may have seemed to have only lasted 42 seconds, however the repercussions lasted for 4 days and 4 nights as fires spread through the city and destroyed 25,000 buildings on 490 differant blocks. Today photographer Shawn Clover was able to use a vast catalogue of photographs from the 1906 earthquake aftermath to re-create the exact same shots with his modern camera. By combining the two sets of images together he was able to display the past and present side by side in a single image. 

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]
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The San Francisco Earthquake: Then & Now by Shawn Clover
The earthquake that occurred in 1906 may have seemed to have only lasted 42 seconds, however the repercussions lasted for 4 days and 4 nights as fires spread through the city and destroyed 25,000 buildings on 490 differant blocks. Today photographer Shawn Clover was able to use a vast catalogue of photographs from the 1906 earthquake aftermath to re-create the exact same shots with his modern camera. By combining the two sets of images together he was able to display the past and present side by side in a single image. 

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]
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The San Francisco Earthquake: Then & Now by Shawn Clover

The earthquake that occurred in 1906 may have seemed to have only lasted 42 seconds, however the repercussions lasted for 4 days and 4 nights as fires spread through the city and destroyed 25,000 buildings on 490 differant blocks. Today photographer Shawn Clover was able to use a vast catalogue of photographs from the 1906 earthquake aftermath to re-create the exact same shots with his modern camera. By combining the two sets of images together he was able to display the past and present side by side in a single image. 

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

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iPhone Photography by Mutablend
Created entirely on an iPhone, these photographs are taken and then edited on the same smart phone. Unbelievable considering the incredible natural of these shots, but it’s comforting to see yet another example that confirms the rule that it’s not what you have, it’s how you use it. The best camera in the world is only as good as the person behind it.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Swiss Miss]
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iPhone Photography by Mutablend
Created entirely on an iPhone, these photographs are taken and then edited on the same smart phone. Unbelievable considering the incredible natural of these shots, but it’s comforting to see yet another example that confirms the rule that it’s not what you have, it’s how you use it. The best camera in the world is only as good as the person behind it.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Swiss Miss]
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iPhone Photography by Mutablend
Created entirely on an iPhone, these photographs are taken and then edited on the same smart phone. Unbelievable considering the incredible natural of these shots, but it’s comforting to see yet another example that confirms the rule that it’s not what you have, it’s how you use it. The best camera in the world is only as good as the person behind it.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Swiss Miss]
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iPhone Photography by Mutablend
Created entirely on an iPhone, these photographs are taken and then edited on the same smart phone. Unbelievable considering the incredible natural of these shots, but it’s comforting to see yet another example that confirms the rule that it’s not what you have, it’s how you use it. The best camera in the world is only as good as the person behind it.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Swiss Miss]
Zoom Info

iPhone Photography by Mutablend

Created entirely on an iPhone, these photographs are taken and then edited on the same smart phone. Unbelievable considering the incredible natural of these shots, but it’s comforting to see yet another example that confirms the rule that it’s not what you have, it’s how you use it. The best camera in the world is only as good as the person behind it.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Swiss Miss]

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Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.
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Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.
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Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.
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Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.
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Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.
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Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake

By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.

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