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Enlight – Your New Favorite Photo Editing App

You’re a savvy photographer. You know about Photoshop, and you know about Affinity. But if you still haven’t found a favorite solution for on-the-go editing, Enlight might be the answer. Enlight takes the best of our favorite photo editing apps, like Camera+ and Darkroom, and combines them all into one incredibly robust suite that offers [...]

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Vaulted Willow

With apologies to Leslie Knope, most public parks aren’t very exciting from a design point of view. Relaxing, sure. Great for kids, absolutely. But cutting edge design isn’t usually part of the puzzle. Clearly, Marc Fornes and THEVERYMANY™ didn’t get that memo. Check out what they created for the Edmonton Arts Council in one of [...]

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East Jesus: One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure

Last week JESS3 took you on a field trip to Salvation Mountain. I was there myself just about a month ago, for Valentine’s Day. (Advanced romance stuff – don’t try this at home.) However, there’s more to this area. And I don’t mean the alien crash site. Which is also there, and definitely legit. Past [...]

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Color Theory and the War on Smoking

Here at JESS3, we like sharing stories about cool, innovative, and above all beautiful design. Which might make you wonder why we’re posting an image – a big one – of this horrible color. This is Pantone 448 C, and it’s the worst. But for what it’s been chosen to do, it’s perfect. Pantone 448 [...]

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Kim Kardashian Pixels

It may not have Broken The Internet™, but Kim Kardashian’s photoshoot for the March 2 edition of Adweek is still worth a look. In the tongue-in-cheek shoot, Kim presides over a pixelated world, a nod to her cover interview on her plans for digital domination. Check out the shoot below! Source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/24143275/Kim-Kardashian-for-AdWeek

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Artist Spotlight – Jean Paul Mallozzi

The JESS3 team loves artists. Their pioneering spirit, the narratives that are contained within their work, and the sheer beauty of what they do. This week, we’re paying special attention to Jean Paul Mallozzi. Born and raised in Queens NYC, Mallozzi graduated with B.F.A in Illustration from the Rhode Island School Of Design (RISD). His work [...]

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Pokemon Business Cards

JESS3 loves creative business cards, but we can’t have all the fun. Pictogram has put together some amazing business cards based on one of our nostalgic favorites, Pokemon. And of course, each Pokemon’s “business” perfectly encapsulates everything you loved about the corresponding Pokemon. Check it out! Check out more of Pictogram’s incredible design at http://pictogram.agency/

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ZNAK – Tearable Wallpaper

Wallpaper is a good way to get some design interest into a room. But what if you’re not a fan of any of the designs you’ve found? It might be time to try a customizable option like ZNAK. Crazy, right? By separating every part of the design into a tearaway section, ZNAK allows you to [...]

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99 Frames 2K15

It’s 2015, and it’s time for another 99 Frames! A social animation project, 99 Frames takes submissions from artists worldwide to create an animated anthology. The rules are simple. CINEMA 4D is the required platform, all entries should be sized at 1280x720px, the deadline is July 1 2015, and the length cannot be more than (you [...]

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The Disturbing and Dazzling World of Alessandro Boezio

Surrealism is alive and well in Italy – at least in the studio of artist Allesandro Boezio. Boezio creates exquisite, anatomically perfect sculptures of human body parts, then marries them in the most grotesque and unexpected ways imaginable. The result is disorienting, disturbing, and completely amazing. Salvador Dalí would be proud.   Source http://boezioalessandro.com/