Going crazy with i-Image

by | Wednesday, February 06, 2008

In a previous post I had described David Wong‘s ideasarecool.com website and his idea of making i-Images. As David describes them, i-Images are “professional, provocative images that seize the viewer’s attention and, more importantly, spark their imagination.”

Anyway, after he shared some of his i-Images with me, including one that was based on a photo taken by me, I got bitten by the i-Image bug and have created a few… Click on the thumbnails to see a larger version.

Enjoy.

Topics related to this post: Creativity | Design | Fun | Photography | Worth Reading

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