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Part 2 of an experiment: Ambient occlusion
— Apple Store, Sanlitun
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Work in progress.
Any comments, suggestions, hints are welcome.
almost 2 years ago
Nice project, love both style, mean also Blueprint, would be interesting to see the finals :)
Do you planing make them all around the world? Or just few?
@Nikolay Verin: Thanks! Most of the blueprints are already finished for stores all around the world.
That's because there are some with unique architecture of course, like the I dribbled, but Apple is known for its standardized steel storefronts in shopping malls as well. A lot of the stores are just stores with slight alliterations of others.
As for now, I am not really sure where this project is going to, or what the illustrations will be used for ... but stay tuned! (:
@Filip Chudzinski Thanks for reply, I think would be awesome to see the themed site about each stores, with tons of infos about them, like photos, square size, personals, or whatever. Or with some kid stories or facts, like about "In this store Steve Wozniak was the first buyer of iPhone 3G".
This site can be like http://allaboutstevejobs.com/blog/ or http://www.mactracker.ca/ but simplier in design way.
I'm not sure, think you know about this site - http://applestorefronts.appspot.com/
but who knows ;)
And sure I'll be stay tuned!
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@Nikolay Verin Actually I am working on a textbook (with a lot of additional content beside photo galleries) and a poster. That's because I know that great sites which summarized the different storefronts already exists and I don't want to make "just" another one. But thanks for the link anyway, was a new one for me. (:
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