In many cases, this involves distortion of the image and loud vibrant colors, but in just as many cases this is simply a slightly skewed view of an object, landscape or person designed to catch your eye and provoke thought or discussion about the photograph.The following is a list and short biography of some absolutely fantastic abstract photographers. Photographers with a vision that may be “off the beaten path”, or in many cases considered strange or odd. The vision these photographers show in the presentation of their photographs is amazing and leaves a lasting impression on the person viewing the work.Tony SweetTony Sweet is a unique abstract nature photographer, he is one of the few artists that was able to make a successful transition from one art to another.
We don’teven spell it like them.”In its lawsuit, Under Armour, the mega brandwhose “Protect This House” slogan and army of star athleteshelped itsellmore than $3 billion of sportswearlast year,says Armor Glory’s name”is likely to cause confusion, mistake and deception” as tothe two companies’ connection, which would “dilute the distinctiveness” and “further damage and irreparably injure” Under Armour’s brand.[Under Armour’s athletes helped brand explode. Now comes the hard part.]Under Armour’s attorneys atthe Washington based Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett Dunner, one of theworld’s largestintellectual property firms, wrote that Armor Glory should have todestroy all products, hand over its domain name and anyprofits,and pay Under Armour’sattorney’s fees and damages of $100,000 or more.”Under Armour has made a significant investment in fortifying all aspects of the Under Armour brand, including our intellectual property and our extensive family of trademarks,” the company said in a statement.[When we were small: Under Armour]Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank started the athletics apparel giant in 1996 from his grandmother’s basement. His advice to entrepreneurs: Put the pen down, work hard and get your product out there.
There would be upfront costs initially and harmonization would be one of them, but long term there are major savings to be had by not having 4 mayors, 30 something councillors, 4 police departments, 4 public works departments, etc, and all the dozens of facilities needed to support all of these departments. There’s tons of efficiencies to be had through centralization. Not only that, but an amalgamated municipality would have more political clout when dealing with the province or feds..