Working on a fun internal project with @alicjacolon and the Focus Team. Stay tuned. #longshadowalert #sorry
Created with the Focus Lab team
8 months ago
Angled shadows in real life... What next. Cool
Not a bad idea at all! Have you guys seen Windows of New York yet?
@Eric Stanley yes sir, that site is super nice. I had the idea to do locl doors a while back when I was doing photography and going to do my best to make this different while achieving the same thing :)
Looks like a fun project!
that red flare is quite strong... IMHO. :P ( or maybe is only a light reflection)
Sound great, and looks awesome! :)
Some parts of the shadows are missing (D and O) - besides that: fantastic - and a great idea :)
Skeptical of the slab-serif. Let's see you pull it off though!
Photography and Illustration are different enough in my mind plus its a fun side project, I dont think anyone would say you stole this idea. I just thought I'd share that site with you guys. Cant wait to see more of the project bud!
Why there is no shadow inside the letters? Looks a little bit strange.
Love it! But agree with @Filip Raatz
Great look @Bill S Kenney
So many colors! Loving it!
did a project a while back photographing doors in San Juan
cant wait to submit some!
Interesting implementation of flat long shadow. Agree with @Axel Herrmann on missing parts.
Great! @Bill S Kenney Can you tell me what font you use in "The World best doors photographed"?
@Edu Torres it's Museo-Slab-like. :)
or see a great list here(loving Stag)
So simple, but I love it!
The long shadows are a nice touch!
I love seeing colourful things these days and a good use of the shadow, you should make that the only shadow you do this year ;)
Awesome work! Take a look at http://www.verb.uk.com/ - this effect will compliment your approach.
Great project, my friend @Leanne Pickering is a little obsessed with doors, has an Instagram account you may wanna check out, http://instagram.com/gr8_knockers
Great, new trend coming in.
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