If you’re active on Behance and follow digital art trends then it’s highly likely you may have come across UK based, Sardinian born Alberto Seveso. Sound familiar? He was also one of the fantastic ten artists Fotolia worked with during Season Two of the TEN Collection, the design and educational initiative whereby selected artists created a […]
We can never contain our excitement when we see artists who contributed to any of the TEN by Fotolia seasons being universally recognised in the mainstream media. Back in February we thrilled to see that three were featured in Adobe Photoshop’s 25th anniversary video. This month, as featured in a fantastic article from Adobe’s Inspire blog, we were […]
The TEN Collection Season 3 officially came to an end in December with its final contest, confirming your talent and enthusiasm for this project. In order to thank all of your for your support and appreciation as well as fulfilling your yearning for learning, we’re offering you one final chance to download the five artworks […]
Season 3 of the TEN Collection was quite the challenge. After the phenomenal success of Season’s 1 and 2, we asked ourselves how could we maintain your interest in the project, and keep pushing the skill sets of not only the artists featured, but also our community, whom this project has always been about? Sharing, […]
The fifth and final instalment of Season 3’s TEN Collection was the collaborative work of Korean photographer Mi-Kyung Kim and Japanese Concept Artist Kenichiro Tomiyasu, founder of INEI studio. We’re now looking for graphic designers and photographers, whether you’re professional or amateur to enter the contest, challenging them in either both, or each discipline.
After I graduated in Industrial Design from Musashino Art University, Department of Industrial, Interior and Craft Design in 1997, I worked for Namco as a designer, then became a freelancer. I have created so many designs and compositions for various media including games, movies, advertisements, TV and events since then.
My name is Kim Mi-kyung and I’m a Korean photographer, which was what I majored in at university. I currently work with a publishing company and a broadcasting station as well as giving lectures at universities and photography academics.
We absolutely loved Henrique Rozada’s winning photography entry to the fourth TEN Collection Contest. The theme was ‘Individuality in the Future’ and we had some amazing entries but the jury decided Henrique’s entry really encapsulated a unique and beautiful vision.