This is one of my favorite pictures from my first trip to central Mexico. I saw this image from the passenger seat of a moving vehicle and quickly snapped the shot. It’s a miracle it came out, and with such vibrance! I love how the clouds appear low on the hill, and how the foreground is blurred while the background is in focus. I have this shot blown up on my bedroom wall. Love!
I love that I can not pinpoint an era or even a location for this piece.
According to ConceptArtWorld:
Simon Goinard is a freelance concept and production illustrator located in New York City, New York. His list of clients include Disney, Applibot Inc., Nexus Productions, ArenaNet/NCsoft and Aston Martin.
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Looks like white-on-black is about to meet black-on-white. I love that their outfits are reversed, and by pure coincidence. It’s one of those sartorial moments only Scott Schuman could capture.
Editorial/satirical illustration by Grant E. Hamilton published in the February 16, 1895 (yes, over a century ago) issue of Judge magazine. The detailed feeling and emotion only becomes more incredibly the longer and closer you look at it. Rarely does architecture take on a personality of its own, but this building (town?) definitely does, in a beautiful way. More details here and here.