DERIVE means to drift through the world, to experience the urban landscape and neon fantasies of the city. Cody Ellingham uses reflection and unique perspectives to explore the world's first cyberpunk city, Tokyo.
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No Pictures, Please!
BY JARED THIELE
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Writer, photographer, and artist, Jared Thiele moved to New York City and abandoned the idea of nursing school in order to pursue a career as a creative in advertising. Listen to learn about his exploration into social media through his photography, illustreations, and current events.
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Get a friend who's as mad as you are about shooting photos, start with what (camera) you have and take pictures any time of the day, and you'll soon start hating your old photos, too. Which is a good sign. Two-time PKN presenter Jay Johar tells you why.
Instagram: ¿El nuevo lienzo?
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Fer Castro Gutiérrez es ingeniero en informática por la Universidad de Gales, tiene un máster en seguridad informática y gestión tecnológica.
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