Thomas St. John

Business managers, international accountants, lawyers, tax professionals and more. 75+ leading global professionals specializing in entertainment and sports. Solving complex problems, managing money with absolute integrity, and resolving the trickiest of tax situations, to give our clients clarity and control. That’s where our talents lie. And that’s what we’re passionate about. Offices in London, Los Angeles and Amsterdam.

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Summer Shots

This is a selection of Dribbble shots posted through summer 2017. Illustrations reflect process of exploring textures and colors, using larger shapes to make a dynamic compositions, perfecting water drawing skills.This summer wouldn’t be so productive w…

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Monumental Pastel Drawings of Endangered Icebergs by Zaria Forman 

Zaria Forman (previously here and here) creates incredibly realistic drawings of Antarctica’s icebergs, producing large pastel works that capture the sculptural beauty of the quickly shrinking forms. This past winter, the artist had the opportunity to be side-by-side with the the towering ice shelfs

Source: Monumental Pastel Drawings of Endangered Icebergs by Zaria Forman | Colossal

Elements: An Animated Film of Improbable Gallery Installations Composed of Two Billion Shifting Spheres by Maxim Zhestkov 

Elements, an experimental art film by Maxim Zhestkov, follows more than two billion black and white spheres through a series of experiments within several enclosed spaces. Throughout the film the particles swarm through different white rooms, each labeled with subtle wall text that broadly defines t

Source: Elements: An Animated Film of Improbable Gallery Installations Composed of Two Billion Shifting Spheres by Maxim Zhestkov | Colossal

I Turn Pencil Lead Into Miniature Game of Thrones Sculptures

I present the characters and signs Game of Thrones created by me on the tips of a pencil, especially for all the fans of this famous series of TV network HBO.Signs of the houses of Westeros, the white walker, the king of the night, the dragons and the iron throne, of course.To create such unique miniature sculptures, I use an ordinary craft knife, a magnifying glass, and a microscope to add tiny details.

Source: I Turn Pencil Lead Into Miniature Game of Thrones Sculptures | Bored Panda

The Difficulties of Gravity: Photos by Mike Dempsey

LA-based photographer Mike Dempsey creates these amazing gravity-defying scenes using only his photographic skills and perfect timing (no post-production or photo manipulation).“In a recent interview Mike Dempsey explained that he’s using an intervalometer, a camera attachment that controls shutter intervals over a certain period. This tool gives him the possibility to capture multiple frames each time his subject jumps.”More photography inspiration via We and the color

Source: The Difficulties of Gravity: Photos by Mike Dempsey | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet: Revelation of luxury 

Im vorderen Gepäckraum des Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet befindet sich ein exklusiv für das Fahrzeug angefertigtes zweiteiliges Kofferset. Darüber hinaus wurde ausreichend Platz für weitere Accessoires wie beispielsweise Picknick-Zubehör oder persönliche Gegenstände vorgesehen // In the front luggage area of the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet is a set of two suitcases, exclusively created for the vehicle. Plenty of space has also been provided for further additions such as picnic accessories or personal items

Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet

Abstract Portraits by Ryan Hewett

Using photographs as a starting point for his process, Cape Town-based artist Ryan Hewett relies on memory and imagination to produce his expressive paintings. “Renowned for his brooding and evocative paintings, for South African born Hewett, the portrait is not about capturing an external likeness of a subject; but rather creating a portal to the inner journey of self-exploration. He relies principally on the free-flowing processes of memory and creative imagination.In the twelve years that he has practiced as a full-time artist, Hewett’s techniques have evolved from tightly wrought pencil drawings into the looser, layered surfaces of his present work. With his quick, almost brutal splashes of the palette knife, and through blending, building, edging, detailing and scraping off painterly layers, Hewett’s imagery is textured and richly hued, conveying both complexity and raw emotion, demanding intelligence and consideration from the viewer.”More art on the grid via Artnau

Source: Abstract Portraits by Ryan Hewett | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration