Great Portfolios

 

 


Santiago Calatrava
At the age of 8 Santiago Calatrava was interested in art an architecture.  His parents took advantage of the opportunity to send him to boarding school in France when he was 13.
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Willem Jan Neutelings and Michiel Riedijk
Two former Technical University Delft graduates, Willem Jan Neutelings and Michiel Riedijk, manage a group of thirty architects from their headquarters in Rotterdam, formerly known as Neutelings Riedijk Architects.
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Zaha Hadid
Lacoste have partnered with the internationally renown Zaha Hadid Architects to release a capsule collection of footwear. The Pritzker Prize winning deconstructivist architect used a digitized version of the iconic Lacoste crocodile logo as a basis to explore surfaces with repeated patterns.
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Troika
Troika Design Group is a broadcast design and network branding agency based in Hollywood, CA. Troika is owned by Chuck Carey and Dan Pappalardo and specializes in design, branding and positioning for clients within the media and entertainment industries.
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1st Ave Machine is a visual design and storytelling outfit.
Based on story driven visual design and in-house effects,
the production company got its start working on projects from high profile agencies such as 180 Amsterdam & Mother London.

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Tyson Ibele- animator
I don't have any super big dreams other than to keep pumping out films because that's what I love to do. Although, it's been fun living around the world (I've lived in 3 countries in the past five years).
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Neil Blevins 
"I'll be on a hike in the mountains, and see a tree stump that's an odd shape. And then as I keep walking I find my mind is constantly going back to that tree stump, and reorganizing it into some sort of creature robot or alien city :) Usually I'll get home and immediately start drawing"
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Alessandro Baldasseroni 
"Well, when it comes to 3d art,as far as I can see we speak most of the time of production artworks, a very limited number of individuals tend to make some kind of fine art out of it and usually the context is totally extraneous to any production environment."
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