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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Cherish this...

Cherish Series is fine art project by Photographer Ian Mitchinson and Digital Artist Rudi Silberman. The idea of The Cherish Series is to focus on unreal ideas for real people. The reason we call the project Cherish, is because every image we create has a theme, of something you Cherish. Is it eachother, is it someone you love, is it something. Whatever it is we set out to create a unique art piece. And the art itself is meant to be Cherished forever. With every Cherish concept/commission we do, we supply as archival fine art prints. Who do you Cherish?”

“Recently we commissioned Elsje Designs to create the logo for our new and exciting Cherish Series Project. We wanted something classical that would give Cherish the feeling that it deserves. Elsje sent us a few design ideas, and allowed us to see what changes possible were available. To understand the logo is quite amazing as different elements represent the artists background, and aspirations.


Amber said...

My children are now in their 20's and I am always looking for ideas to use in photographing their personalities. This is wonderful. Thanks

Lexi said...

What a great find! I absolutely love your blog and wanted to let you know that today I am nominated you for "One Lovely Blog Award" via my blog Love. Obsess. Inspire!

Thank for all the inspiration!

L :)

P.S. Here are my instructions upon receiving the award:

1) accept the award and post it on my blog with the name of the person who gave it to me

2) then pass the award on to 15 other blogs recently discovered

3) contact them to let them know they received the award