Amaz­ingly cre­ative expres­sions – Graf­fiti cre­ative | vía lilyandrose.net


Vía: http://lilyandrose.net | Lily&Rose is the brain­child of sis­ters Ninene Steenkamp and Irma Oost­huizen, who com­bine their cre­ative and finan­cial skills to offer a turnkey ser­vice in the res­i­den­tial mar­ket.

Graffiti Creative


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friend recently sent an email to me enti­tled ‘Amaz­ing Graf­fiti’.  It’s the type of email we all get from time to time; the one you leave for a day or two when you are really busy and where all ref­er­ence to the artist have long since been deleted.  Most of them have been around the block a cou­ple of times.  This time, I was pleas­antly surprised.


Graffiti - Abstract

Graffiti Eyes

Graffiti Todlers

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“Top 20 Most Powerful Celebrities in the World 2010″ | By Jeremy Waite


Posted on October 7, 2010
 

  • By Jeremy Waite

    Welcome to my mash-up of marketing stories and celebrity gossip. If you love marketing or want to be inspired at work, everything here is written for you. Enjoy!

Is Lady Gaga the World’s Most Powerful Celebrity? 

In advance of my book “Sex, Brands & Rock’n’Roll” coming out next month, I’ve put together a cheeky little eBook which will hopefully inform and inspire you.  It lists the top 20 most powerful celebrities in the world this year, how much $ they’ve made and inspirational quotes that show ‘why they are, who they are’.  But who’s number 1? Enjoy!

Click here for my FREE eBook to find out who are the “Top 20 Most Powerful Celebrities in the World”

Mastering Flickr: A Practical Guide

Flickr is probably the most famous of all photo communities on the web.

It’s a place where photographers from all over the world come together, share their work and admire the work of others.

Flickr however, like any other social network, has its own economy and social conventions.

There are professionals, celebrities, enthusiasts, beginners, networkers, the list goes on.

In today’s post we’ll cover main strategies which you can use to get the most out of Flickr if you’re trying to make a name for yourself.
Mastering The Basics

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The first thing to do on Flickr is (obviously) to upload your own work. While Flickr is primarily used as a community for photographers, there are also thriving sub-communities of graphic designers, videographers and illustrators. The purpose of the community is to share your own work with others; uploading is at the core of that. For the sake of argument, however, I’ll refer to uploaded work as ‘photos’ for the remainder of this article.

A community wouldn’t be much of a community without some form of interaction between its members. Flickr has a commenting system much like that of a blog. People can visit your photos and leave comments. Equally you can also visit theirs and comment or favorite whatever they have uploaded.

Flickr ‘Sets’ are a way of organizing your photos. You can do this however you feel like really, whether that be grouping them by subject, theme, or event. The most common use by far of set is to organize photos by theme or subject rather than event. People will typically create sets such as portraits, strangers, landscapes, black and white, HDR and so on.

Flickr ‘Collections’ are simply the next step up from Sets. Think of it like your computer: Sets are files which contain photographs, and Collections are folders which contain files. Sets group photos and collections group sets. In this way you can sort your Sets and further categorize them.


Flickr is probably the most famous of all photo communities on the web.
It’s a place where photographers from all over the world come together, share their work and admire the work of others.

Flickr however, like any other social network, has its own economy and social conventions.
There are professionals, celebrities, enthusiasts, beginners, networkers, the list goes on.

In today’s post we’ll cover main strategies which you can use to get the most out of Flickr if you’re trying to make a name for yourself.

Mastering The Basics

1

The first thing to do on Flickr is (obviously) to upload your own work. While Flickr is primarily used as a community for photographers, there are also thriving sub-communities of graphic designers, videographers and illustrators. The purpose of the community is to share your own work with others; uploading is at the core of that. For the sake of argument, however, I’ll refer to uploaded work as ‘photos’ for the remainder of this article.

A community wouldn’t be much of a community without some form of interaction between its members. Flickr has a commenting system much like that of a blog. People can visit your photos and leave comments. Equally you can also visit theirs and comment or favorite whatever they have uploaded.

Flickr ‘Sets’ are a way of organizing your photos. You can do this however you feel like really, whether that be grouping them by subject, theme, or event. The most common use by far of set is to organize photos by theme or subject rather than event. People will typically create sets such as portraits, strangers, landscapes, black and white, HDR and so on.

Flickr ‘Collections’ are simply the next step up from Sets. Think of it like your computer: Sets are files which contain photographs, and Collections are folders which contain files. Sets group photos and collections group sets. In this way you can sort your Sets and further categorize them.

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Chapas patentes LOL / Licenses plate very funny ;))


(Link) I could bet this car belongs to a lawyer. Leer más “Chapas patentes LOL / Licenses plate very funny ;))”

More action, less talk.


Step 1 - angry typing

Image by doryexmachina via Flickr

I’ve been disengaged from socialized networks somewhat and deep diving into some new developments in .NET code recently like WebFormsMVP, IoC, and an OODB(db4o). So much to keep up on. Also I’m applying the ITIL strategy info from my recent blogs to a real case study of service management. It’s important to me to do first, and talk later. But being a teacher, I’m paid to talk and it’s a luxury to be able to work out the theory into reality. More soon…

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