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VISUAL CONTACT INDIAN SPIRIT 2007 CONTACTS Visual Contact: *******profile.myspace****/visualcont... Indian Spirit: *******www.myspace****/indianspiritfe... Watch out for next year´s Indian Spirit Festival on *******www.indian-spirit.de out soon: DVD "Indian Spirit X" Ashoka Ritual - Global Artist Networking *******www.ashoka-ritual.de
22 Oct 2008
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" If i were President ..." Visual Mix - VJ Psyberpixie Music by - Exzakt www.ifiwere-president****
24 Oct 2008
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*******www.peachpit****/vqs - Poor Ted! He doesn't know how to use a computer and he doesn't have time for lengthy, time-consuming classes. Enter Peachpit's Visual QuickStart bunny, Moxie, and the day is saved!
8 Nov 2008
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*******marketing-paradise**** *******www.business-garden**** Client: Lexus Canada Creative Agency: Dentsu Canada Creative Directors: Glen Hunt, Deborah Prenger Art Directors: Deborah Prenger, David Glen, Alex Rea Writers: Glen Hunt, Joe O'Neil, Peter Gardiner Agency Producer: Amanda Loughran Director: Crush Production Company: Crush, Toronto Creative Director (Crush): Gary Thomas Executive Producer: Patty Bradley Producer: Patty Bradley Designers: Chris Rolf, Adrian Lawrence, Yoho Hang Yue, Stefan Woronko Animators: Aylwin Fernando, Yoho Hang Yue, Mark Irish, Stefan Woronko, Chris Rolf, Adrian Lawrence C.G: Aylwin Fernando, Mark Irish, Yoho Hang Yue, Stefan Woronko, Chris Rolf Music & Sound Design: Grayson Matthews, Toronto Comment on the spot by Crush CD Gary Thomas: When we were approached by Dentsu to do this spot, we were given an audio clip of the car running full tilt and asked “what would that sound look like?” We then interpreted the sounds visually and used Maya and After Effects to create imagery that built adrenaline and took the audience on a journey. This project was a close collaboration between Crush, Dentsu Canada and Grayson Matthews, who built the soundtrack meticulously.
12 Oct 2010
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A short video of mostly sculptural work and ready mades by Omniartist Henri van Zanten giving an impression of the suerealist development in his visual arts during the years 2002-2006 Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Nov 2008
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Standard Chartered and GROE athletes visited the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) to highlight the positive work the centre does.
11 Dec 2008
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A few simple keystrokes to jazz up those visuals.
20 Dec 2008
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Album: Working Class Legend Label: Community Service Records Directed/Edited By: Jose Fonseca DOP: Jason Deuchler Gaffer: Jerry Brown Still Photography by: Jeng Fonseca Visual Designer: Laurence Smith KLIP ART STUDIO : *******www.klipartstudio****
20 Nov 2009
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Overloading
13 Jul 2009
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Debugging
30 Jun 2009
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Variables
22 Sep 2009
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Relational DataBase --A
4 Apr 2009
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Relational DataBase --B
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Insert New Record
27 Apr 2009
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Visual Basic visual studio 2008 Parameterized Command
1 Jun 2009
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Natural rocks and tree stumps would ordinarily be ideal for visual merchandisers to use as props to create back-to-nature scenery for temporary or permanent exhibits, retail and trade show displays, stage sets, and point-of-purchase fixtures. But finding, moving and installing real ones that weigh hundreds–if not thousands–of pounds is not affordable or practical, especially if being shipped to and placed at numerous retail locations. That's why visual merchandising, exhibit and retail design professionals are turning to artificial, faux and fake rocks and boulders from Valley Monuments, Inc. to create more natural scenery for retail store and trade show displays, mobile experiential marketing tours, themed environments, special events, restaurants, resorts and casinos, and other venues. Molded from actual trees and 800-1,000 lb. boulders, the incredibly lifelike 50-60 lb. artificial rocks and 60-70 lb. trees look and feel natural because they’re made from construction-grade cast stone. The 20 different models of rocks and three trees are hollow, approx. one-inch thick, and open at the bottom and available in a variety of colors. Also available is a collection of lighter weight--but equally durable and realistic--faux rocks manufactured from modern and industrial-grade, UV-protected structural polyurethane composite, the same material used for high-impact bumpers in the automotive industry. To learn more about fake, faux and artificial prop rocks and boulders, visit: *******www.RetailDisplaysAndProps**** *******www.ArtificialRocksFactory****
9 Jan 2009
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