Spike Jonze’s Her can best be depicted as a cutting edge fable of a man who goes gaga for his hyper-mindful, misleadingly keen working framework. We are now at a point where most individuals have more made associations with their tech-savvy gadgetry than one another. Additionally, most working frameworks and programming these days guarantee to fulfil their buyer’s each necessity, and Her investigates that idea to its compelling.
With respect to the artistic details inside the film: it is implanted with solid written work, the film is outwardly taking part in its retro look and the beautiful cinematography is flawless which just adds to the melancholic and delicate experience. It is Jonze’s virtuoso consolidated with Phoenix and Johansson’s sensational acting abilities, which counteracts the film from veering into ridiculous domain or impelling doubt. Rather, it shows a touching affection story that is satisfactory as an impression of the human states of loneliness and fulfilment and an imminent reality.
Steve Jobs path was never predictable. He was given up for adoption at birth, he dropped out of college after one semester, and at the age of 21, he created Apple in his parents’ garage with his friend Steve Wozniak.
Quickly rising to the top of his industry, Jobs pushed all boundaries and cultivated what became the intrinsic hallmark of this genius – his perfectionism, taste and design style. But soon after success, Jobs was fired from the top spot of his own company.
Finding himself a beginner again, jobs entered into one of the most creative periods of life.
Through pixar, the iPod, and the iPhone, Jobs revolutionized the major industries of the movies, music, and phones. An avid seeker of disciplines of mind and body, he battled cancer for nearly a decade, became the ultimate CEO, and made the world want every product he touched.
This is his story.
Being a Steve Job fan I tried to explain his life story as shortest as possible.
When we loose such an exceptional director from the film industry, time appears to stop. Be that as it may, it is important that we begin to live again with a broad smile all over so we can make his soul cheerful, as he is still looking at us even if we can’t.
RIP Balu Mahendra.
Happy Valentines day!
My favourite Priemere padmini car at nandanam signal. Padmini without pannaiyar :p
#PannaiyarumPadminiyum (at Nandanam Traffic Signal)
After watching a heart warming movie called ‘Pannaiyarum Padminiyum’ I couldn’t resist myself from designing a fan made poster. This was actually a short film then the director made this story as a feature film, a good film will always have its own value.
Personal Blog: http://blog.adidhotre.com/pannaiyarum-padminiyum/
In this movie the lead characters experiences passionate feelings for a Premier Padmini car, on the whole it was a warm movie which will make you emotional with a gentle smile.
Just made a quick fan made poster for an oscar nominated movie “The Wolf of wall street”.
In The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese proceeds his love of manly vigor: vigor for its own particular purpose as a method of completing the self, vigor on the grounds that there’s nothing more awful in Scorsese’s universe than detachment, which inexorably interprets as feebleness. In any case what happens in a motion picture when that vigor is persistently indistinguishable, conscienceless, indiscreet? It turns into a perseverance test.
Behance link: http://bit.ly/1bfGz9M
Design tribute to the Unsung Hero Netaji Subash Chandra Bose.
Tools Used: Ai + Ps
Time Taken: 3 Hours (Design + Conceptualisation)
Concept: When other leaders took a stand of ‘Ahimsa’, Netaji was the one who been an odd man out, he preferred Anti-Ahimsa route because he felt Ahimsa will not get us freedom.
White colour denotes the peace which is behind him and Netaji contrasted himself from peace that’s the reason he is depicted in dark colour.
Who is Netaji?
Subhash Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa. He is a significant figure in India’s battle for opportunity from the British guideline. Bose, who once was the president of the Indian National Congress, had incredible ideological clash with Mahatma Gandhi.
He accepted that the peacefulness might never be sufficient to secure India’s opportunity. To achieve this objective he upheld rough safety.
Subhasha Chandra Bose is also known as Netaji, He had broadly announced Tum mujhe khoon do, mein tumhe azadi doonga (Give me blood, and I might provide you freedom). The INA - Indian National Army, headed by Bose, embraced the fizzled military fights against the British (and Allied) powers at Imphal and in Burma.
Personal Website: http://adidhotre.com/
Redefining myself for a better future! Its never too late to wake up from the dogmas.
Tags: #selfie #valencia #instagram #bold #closeup #profile #sideprofie
Colorful hanger in a gem clip shape, I was really amazed when I saw in a trial room.
Really intuitive isn’t it?
Tags: #Color #Colorful #Hanger #Clip #GemClip
This project comprises all my promotional designs which I made specially for a short film called Nee Partha Vizhigal, Not only design; I have also done one of the lead role in the same movie. Being a designer by profession I took a responsibility to take care of all the promotional activities.
I hope you all liked my work, Thanks for appreciating!
A wholesale banana vendor from Jam Bazaar, Triplicane.
Tag: #Banana #street #valencia #chennai #India #morning #winter (at Jam Bazaar)
Today I started my brand new day with a regular routine followed by some jogging at marina beach and had a ride in the streets of triplicane.
I literally felt happy by recollecting some old memories.
Its good click some snaps at early morning, it even induces out mind to get a fresh ideas and a creative spark.
Tag: #Chennai #Triplicane #Streets #StreetPhotographer #instagram #Morning #Sunrise #Fresh #DewDrops #New #Experience. (at Triplicane)