Automotive freelance George Williams, 20, has already forged an impressive career, with high profile clients such as Toyota, McLaren and Top Gear Magazine. He speaks to David Land about his unique ‘ style, and the pros- and cons of achieving success so young
“I like to be a bit wild and wacky, such as having a large shadow behind the car but with the car perfectly lit”
Surrey-based automotive free¬lance George Williams produces work with a strong style which, to the untrained eye, might be mistaken for CGI. However, he is adamant that he wants to keep his work ‘real’.
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A CLIENT INSPIRES HIS DESIGN TEAM TO OVERCOME THE SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS OF A SMALL LA JOLLA CORNER LOT BY LITERALLY THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX.
Designer Fred Gemmell of his client Andrew Canter, who owns and operates a private investment firm. But being extreme—creatively, materially and technically—is exactly what was required in order to create his modern La Jolla house, which sits on an ocean front property measuring a compact 25 feet wide by 100 feet long. Canter under¬stood the limitations, but he also saw the potential. “I told the design team that I would be putting them to the test!”
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Found an electric plug, imbedded in the prehistoric stone
Imbedded fork close-up.
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Astronaut from the United States broke the record of work in open space
American astronaut Sunita Williams set a new record for time spent by a woman in space.
Williams broke the record of another American — Peggy Whitson, who has spent in space, a total of 39 hours 46 minutes.
Williams and her colleague from Japan Akihiko Hoside on Wednesday came out in open space, to try to install a new power supply.
By the time Williams broke the record Whitson, she was already in deep space 2:00 12 minutes. The entire operation, which is carried astronauts to take
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Text: Mikhail Karpov
Astrophysicist Darren Williams Behrend College of the University of Pennsylvania, USA, proposed a method by which you can detect satellites of exoplanets, according to Space.com. According to him, the satellite of the planet from another star system can be seen through their influence on the infrared radiation of the planet.
The satellites of exoplanets are of great interest to the scientific community, since it is possible for them there are the conditions for the existence of life. It is known that the
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