Gejda | Artist | Digital Art | Marta Dec | Poland
"We do not need magic to change the world. We carry all the power we need inside ourselves already: we have the power to imagine better. " - J. K. Rowling.
I’m a 23 years old digital artist/graphic designer (photomanipulation, painting, book cover design, typesetting) from Piła, Poland, currently living in Gdańsk. I have a degree in Scandinavian Studies, Intercultural Communication.
I speak Polish, English, French and Norwegian.
I have a serious reading problem.
I watch every good TV show known to man, and the list of films I want to watch is mile-long and getting longer.
If something’s fantasy or sci-fi, I’m in.
And I drink a lot of tea. A lot of tea.
For commission info go HERE.
Behance: www.behance.net/Gejda | Tumblr: gejda.tumblr.com |
Instagram: www.instagram.com/gejda.md/ | Curioos - prints: curioos.com/
Twitter: twitter.com/gejdamd | Portfolio: martadec.eu | Facebook fanpage: facebook.com/gejdamd
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Photomanip Newsletter July 2018Hello friends!
Can you believe that it’s already the mid-summer?! It seems we met the new year quite recently... Now it's hot and the mood is completely non-working (isn’t it?), but nevertheless life does not subside in our small photomanip world. So, what’s new here?
The latest news
Happy Birthday Marta!
Today is our awesome CV Gejda’s :iconGejda: birthday! All the best to you dear Marta! Happy Birthday! Thanks a lot for your fantastic work here!
Reading Cards from Wesley
Wesley-Souza :iconWesley-Souza: presented his awesome commercial project Reading Cards. 36 cards with saints and myths, 36 incredible photomanip miniatures! You must see them!
Artist of the Month - Lora-VysotskayaWe the group:iconart-glory: has introduced a new segment named " Artist of the Month" where we get up, close and personal with an artist, discussing about their artistic journey and most importantly what made them an "Artist".
So without further ado, let's welcome our first artist on spotlight, our very lovely :iconlora-vysotskaya:
She's a talented artist from Ukraine with her own distinctive style of art and whose contribution to DA community is incomparable.
1. Could you tell us a bit about yourself and how you got started as an artist?
I live in Ukraine, I’m married and I have two daughters. I’m an engineer and a logistician, but I left my work 9 years ago when my youngest daughter was born. So, I was a dedicated housewife, when by chance I exploredthe world of photomanipulation 4 years ago. It happened when my husband asked me to make a couple of collages for his work. At that time I had an iPad mini, and I used Bazaart (a pretty simple app for IOS) to make
Learn DA LingoHi! Whether you're a veteran of the community or a brand new member, there is a LOT to remember about DeviantArt. Founded in 2000, this website has transformed its corner of the internet into a busy, thriving, and ever-changing community... And with that comes a LOT of terms to remember! This index was made for inclusion in the Getting Started on DeviantArt guide and will hopefully be a useful reference to those who are just getting to know our artistic internet home.
The guide is built alphabetically with handy letter links directly below if you want to jump ahead. This guide could even develop further as more people think of terms! Do you know a DeviantArt-exclusive term that is popular around the community and fits this guide? Please leave a comment with the word or phrase and a brief definition and you might see it added in the future!
#MakeArtBeMagic: Spark your creative revolution
I originally planned to post this only on my website and share it on Twitter and Instagram, but then it struck me - how could I build something with art as its foundation and not share it with DA, the artiest of all arty places? So here it is, #MakeArtBeMagic, the DeviantArt version!
What is magic? Shifting consciousness. Harnessing energy. Recognising your power. Affecting change. Magic is everywhere, all around you and, most importantly, within you. Yes, creative person reading this, I'm talking to you.
Don't believe me? OK, think about the art you create. Whether you're drawing, painting, taking photographs, writing, making clothes, building furniture, dancing, playing music, designing graphics, games or gardens, or doing literall