Edmond Yang
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Lavish Website on Behance

Lavish company has assigned us to design its online communication, namely a website that conveys planning sur-mesure trips of well-being and luxury.Based on the logo of the company and the olive as a classic symbol of the Greek land, we designed a websi…

This is an interesting visualisation in the form of a taskflow. I really like the illustrative style of the task flow, which makes it very user friendly and easy for the eye to follow. The app allows the viewer to track the movement of their bus from when they buy their ticket to when their bus reaches them. The user thus interacts with the app at all stages of their journey. This experience gives the viewer more control over their travel and helps them plan.

ature : We worked on the latest Live Bus Tracking Feature for redBus. The project involved creating the storyboard deciding the flow of the usage of the feature. The illustrations were handcrafted, keeping in mind the art style redBus

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Photo journal through the history of hair. Seeing the artistic visions of hair styles that have helped shape fashion trends around the world. The artistry of hair. Hair as art.

When we attempt to live meaningfully and soulfully, the distinction between external and internal world, or subject and object breaks down. - Jacqueline Wright, Jungian Analyst (champ by antonio mora)

Spanish artist Antonio Mora& double exposure portraits merge human faces with ethereal landscapes and distinct architectural forms. His visually intr

Antonio Mora - "La Vierge" Photo Collage. If you are interested in purchasing works of Antonio Mora, send e-mail to pil4r@routetoart.com

As a digital media artist based in Germany, the portfolio work of Jann de Vries is extensive, but it is his deconstructed collage works that particularly stand out.

Antonio Mora Double Exposure Photography More

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream