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I am Dely, a Graphic Designer. I have been working with projects of different sizes and with companies from all over the world for more than 9 years now. Several workplaces and loads of different projects have greatly shaped me as a professional. I enjoy collaborating with companies that have high quality standards and believe in the power of good design.

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I specialize in creating graphic content – logos, brand identity, packaging, digital ads and print design. From the whole spectrum of my services, I find the development of new packaging concepts the most satisfying. Moreover, I have a passion for cooking when I am not on my graphic design duty.

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19/07/18

Hotel Transylvania 3 (Movie Review)


Hotel Transylvania 3 Is a Pleasantly Forgettable Parade of Ghouls and Spooks and EDM DJs

Honestly, the end credits of Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation almost make the whole thing worth it. Forgive me if this is a regular thing — this is my welcome to the Hotel Transylvania, you see — but the latest iteration of Genndy Tartakovsky and Adam Sandler’s apparently fruitful animation collaboration ends in a kinetic, boldly lined, at least partially hand-drawn sequence that is simultaneously retro Tex Avery homage and contemporary graphic sensibility — in other words, classic Tartakovsky. It’s similar to a trick pulled at the end of Boss Baby, a far better film (seriously) that was still vastly improved by a virtuosic turn of conventional-ish animation in its final minutes. Are the animators of the world trying to tell us something, by saving all these fireworks for 2D?

Not for nothing, but I spent much of HT3:SV trying to imagine if I would like it better as a piece of conventional animation. It’s a mostly benign piece of rendered silliness, restlessly (at points exhaustingly) slapstick, deriving most of its amusement from over-the-top movements and reactions, mercifully free of knowing cultural references or parents-only jokes. It could play in any language — or for 3-year-olds. But it’s also dizzyingly free of anything to hang onto — each scene seems to be divorced from what came before, characters behave, visually and verbally, unrecognizably depending on what eye-popping piece of action they are presented with. I found myself taking frantic notes, not so much because I had any urgent observations, but because I was aware the whole thing would fade from my memory as soon as I left the theater.

Sandler voices Count Dracula, who in this franchise has found lucrative work in the hospitality business, specifically catering to other monsters and creatures of the night and their R&R needs. But three films in, the grind has gotten to him, and he finds himself longing for a love connection — a “zing” as it’s called in the monster world — to round out his overall quality of life. His daughter and lone normie in this world, Mavis (Selena Gomez), surprises him with a cruise vacation to help him unwind, and of course all the wolfmen, mummies, and Frankenstein’s-monster denizens of the hotel come along for the trip. Almost instantly, he falls for the ship’s captain Ericka (Kathryn Hahn,) who, unbeknownst to him, is the great-granddaughter of Abraham Van Helsing, his longtime tormentor, who has tasked his successor with finally obliterating his bloodsucking nemesis. High jinks ensue as the night cruise makes its way to its various ports of call, from a lava-spewing underwater volcano, to a Vegas-like Atlantis.

If that sounds like a plot, it certainly doesn’t feel like one in the moment. Hotel Transylvania exists for the outsized way its phantasmagorical figures dance, shuffleboard, and otherwise move across the screen, which is so angular and outsized as to be almost avant-garde, and at times inscrutable. Tartakovsky, the stylistic force behind such modern-day TV animation classics as Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack, is obviously enamored with the comedic possibility of movement in animation, but here it is divorced from any sense of character or human (or monster) truth. The voice cast, which also includes Steven Buscemi, Molly Shannon, and Keegan-Michael Key, is impeccable, but also largely unnecessary for something so decidedly nonverbal.

I don’t want to sound like I’m complaining too much — again, I’d much rather see an animator flexing with such abandon than be beholden to a flurry of punch-up gags. (The only possible exception is its bizarre adherence to EDM; Dutch blockbuster DJ Tiësto has a music credit, primarily showcased in a climactic DJ battle scene that seems proof contemporary mainstream dance music is and has always been music for babies.) Ultimately, Hotel Transylvania 3 is for very young children, and God love it for that — sitting through the trailers that ran before a preview screening last night made me all too aware of the degree to which animated film has become the territory of brands and Silicon Valley cultural programming. Far be it from me to begrudge some insubstantial hangout time with Sandler’s Dracula, whose only conceivable call to action might be an adolescent affinity for Bela Lugosi or goth role-playing. The kids could do a lot worse.

SKYSCRAPER (MOVIE REVIEW)


Will Sawyer adalah mantan agen federal. Bahkan, dia adalah pemimpin yang sangat dihormati dari Tim Penyelamat Penyanderaan FBI sampai satu upaya menyelamatkan nyawa menjadi sangat salah dan Will kehilangan sebagian besar kaki kirinya.

Namun, berkat bencana itu, Will bertemu calon istrinya, Sarah, seorang perawat yang sempurna dengan latar belakang militernya sendiri. Mereka akhirnya memiliki dua anak yang hebat, Georgia dan Henry, yang telah mengubah kehidupan mereka secara radikal. Namun, satu bidang yang ingin dia lihat akan menjadi lebih baik adalah di bidang bisnis. Akan memulai perusahaan keamanan kecil sendiri setelah meninggalkan agensi. Seorang mantan rekan setim FBI baru-baru ini menghubungkannya dengan seorang milyuner Cina, Zhao Long Ji, yang baru saja selesai membangun gedung pencakar langit tertinggi di dunia. Ini 300 lantai dari baja, kaca dan titanium - tiga kali lipat ukuran gedung Empire State. Hanya 90 lantai pertama memiliki penyewa pada saat ini, tetapi sisa bangunan besar akan segera dibuka.

Menempel di sana untuk membantu kebutuhan keamanan gedung bisa menjadi peluang seumur hidup. Jadi Will dan Sarah berkemas dan pergi ke Hong Kong. Will mempelajari banyak seluk-beluk dan perlindungan dari sistem keamanan canggih bangunan adalah bahwa ada plot teroris yang sedang terjadi. Ini melibatkan miliarder rahasia dan tiga sindikat kejahatan yang berbeda. Istri Will dan anak-anak terdampar di lantai atas gedung pencakar langit dan seluruh lantai dibakar di bawah mereka. Rencana teroris multinasional sangat teliti. Sistem bangunan telah dibajak dengan penuh percaya diri. Pembunuh itu kejam.

And the only man who can save Sarah and the kids is Will a one-legged security guy with just enough grit, muscle, and fatherly love to get the job done.

05/07/18

Ant-Man and the Wasp (Movie Review)


Scott Lang (Ant Man) berada di dalam masalah. Luka lama di Sokovia, dimana dia mencoba membantu Captain Amerika dan itu melanggar aturan superhero yang di kenal Kesepakatan Sokovia. Sehingga Lang menjadi tahanan rumah.

Jika Lang ingin bebas dan tetap dengan putrinya yang sangat di cintai (Cassie). Lang harus menerima hukuman dengan sabar dan tidak boleh menggunakan kostum superhero selama masa tahanan. Lang juga memakai monitor di mata kakinya agar semua aktifitas lang bisa di kontrol oleh FBI.

Sayangnya, pembuat costum Ant-Man, Dr. Hank Pym dan putrinya, Hope (Wasp) memiliki rencana lain. Mereka memiliki misi ant-Man-worthy yang mendesak yang membutuhkan perhatian langsung Lang. Dia harus bekerja sama dengan Wasp dan membantu mereka dengan misteri Quantum Realm. Ini melibatkan kemungkinan yang menggiurkan bahwa istri Hank, Janet Van Dyn, yang diperkirakan telah meninggal beberapa dekade sebelumnya, mungkin masih hidup di suatu tempat di mikroversa itu.


Tetapi untuk mencari di sini, mereka membutuhkan bantuan Lang. Dan itu harus segera!

Konflik dengan villain yang di sebut Ghost (Ava) , merebutkan komponen agar bisa membawa mereka untuk menjemput Istri Hank (Mama Hope). Setelah komponen tersebut di dapatkan. Hank bisa membawa kembali Istrinya dan bisa berkumpul besama Hope & Lang.

Jangan lupa nonton sampai layar bioskopnya benar benar mati. Ada Karpet Merah menuju Avengers 4.

03/07/18

Bola itu Bundar


Sudah masuk Quarter-Finals, tapi worldcup tahun ini memang tidak mudah untuk di prediksi. Bersamaan dengan bola itu bundar, yang gak di jagokan sama sekali mungkin bias menjadi juara.


Seperti keadaan aku sekarang ini, yang sedang dilema ingin focus kemana. Kebetulan aku mempunyai beberapa keahlian, mungkin harus focus tertuju di mana aku bisa melakukannya dengan tujuan yang pasti. Berusaha konsisten dan jujur dalam berkarya, mungkin suatu saat nanti tulisan ini akan menjadi saksi. Jikalau aku sudah menentukan dimana bidang yang aku geluti ini, jadi akan lebih fokus menjalaninya.

Semangat

25/06/18

INCREDIBLES 2 (Movie Review)


Superheroes are messy.

Yes, admittedly they may have the best of intentions. But every time they do battle with a bad 'un, collapsing buildings are sure to follow. Superman and Zod destroy half of Metropolis in Man of Steel. The Avengers defeated Ultron in Sokovia, but they don’t exactly leave the city better than they found it. Why, the only folks who unreservedly love superheroes these days are insurance adjusters.

The Parr family knows all about the prejudice against superheroes. Never mind that they conquered the evil Syndrome (as chronicled in the gritty documentary The Incredibles). No matter that they just stopped a new felonious evildoer, Underminer, in his subterranean tracks: “Supers” are still illegal. And, frankly, the politicians wish they would’ve left well enough—and the Underminer—alone. Bob and Helen (once the beloved Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl) along with their supercharged progeny (Violet, Dash and baby Jack-Jack) still aren’t allowed to use their superpowers. It’s all right there in the book: section 27, paragraph 32, line c or thereabouts.

Marketing tycoon Winston Deaver wants to change that.

Winston believes that these days, superheroes need to be more than pure of heart and strong of muscle. They need a good PR campaign, too. For way too long, superheroes have done their hero thing and slipped back into the night without a word, capes a-flapping: No flattering Instagram posts, no clever Twitter bon mots, nothing. All the public sees is the destruction heroes leave in their wake. They don’t see the heroes behind it and what made the destruction necessary. No wonder they’re not so popular these days.

Winston meets with Bob, Helen, and their friend Lucius, aka Frozone, suggesting an all-out media blitz. He wants to reintroduce Elastigirl to the world—and this time, her costume will come with a tiny camera (created by Winston’s sister, Evelyn) to show the world her derring-do. When it sees all the good that Elastigirl does, all those anti-super laws will collapse like an evil lair made of balsa wood. And the Parr family will be allowed to use its powers freely again.

'Course, that plan comes with a dollop of irony: “To fix the law, I gotta break it,” Helen says. And to help her family, she’ll have to leave it for a while—leaving Bob, that big galoot who typically solves problems by punching them, in charge.

That’s right: While Elastigirl swings into action to fight the Screen Slaver (a terrible new villain who, you might’ve guessed, can control people via their screens) Bob’s at home, taking care of the kids—helping Dash with homework, trying to lift Violet’s weighty spirits and somehow, somehow keeping baby Jack-Jack under control. How much trouble could a little baby be? Well, given that Jack-Jack has more outlandish powers than a certain caped resident of Metropolis, quite a bit. One little temper tantrum just might destroy a city block.

Yep, superheroes are messy. Especially if they don’t have full control over their super bodily functions just yet.

18/06/18

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (Movie Review)


Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review: Visual effects have indeed come a long way since Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jurassic Park’ in 1993. The CGI-heavy series received a fresh shot in the arm with 2015’s ‘Jurassic World’, bringing new talent, and new dinosaurs into the mix. ‘Fallen Kingdom’ tries a different take by changing things up a bit for the series. A dormant volcano on the abandoned island of Isla Nublar threatens to bury the revived dinosaurs. This catastrophic natural disaster compels Owen & Claire to team up once more as they try to save these magnificent creatures.

Without revealing much else, this premise takes the majority of the action out its usual element, and for the most part, the film is better off for it. Director J. A. Bayona utilises these new rules to infuse some much-needed terror. What’s somewhat lacking, however, is the emotional connection to the story as a whole. Sure, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are both great performers and familiarity with their characters allow a semblance of emotional investment. But it’s too few and far between set-pieces that tend to get tedious after a while, affecting the pacing along the way. It also doesn’t help that the new characters bring little to the story and some old ones, such as Jeff Goldblum’s highly anticipated return as Ian Malcolm, are a significant letdown.

Hidden in the midst of it all is an intriguing debate on whether it’s worth saving a species once extinct, now capable of returning the world to ancient times. A poignant moment where a Brachiosaurus is destroyed, further begs the question of this dilemma. Sadly, this whole angle is barely explored, although one suspects it might become the focal point of the next entry in the series. Keeping that aside, there’s a lot to savour in the devastation of expendable scenery, and extras. ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ excels when it allows the real stars – the CGI dinosaurs – to shine, and roar louder than most of their predecessors.

OCEAN'S EIGHT (Movie Review)


The well-known and well-liked con artist, Danny Ocean, is gone. Or, at least, most people think he's met his end and was laid to rest behind that beautiful slab of granite with his name etched in it. One of his last acts, apparently, was to send his old crime-connected compatriot , Rueben, to deliver a message to his sister Deb.

Don't, Danny essentially says from beyond the grave. Just … don't. Sure, the crime scheme Deb has in mind is solid and clever, but Danny felt it was sure to land Deb back in the slammer.

"He said you should give it up," Rueben tells her.

Debbie Ocean, however, has never been one to give up on an idea she's sunk her teeth into. And even a loved one's parting words don't give her pause. She's convinced that her thieving gambit will work.

She's spent years of her most recent incarceration envisioning every angle. Every detail. And each time her mental machinations ended up in failure, she'd rewind and think them through again. After five years, she'd thought of every conceivable loophole, fumble and slip-up; and she's solved them all. Her plan is perfect. She'll even be running a con within a con, but nobody else in her crew will need to know that.

Debbie's BFF, Lou, doesn't believe the plan could possibly be as flawless as Debbie thinks it is. Lou's a gifted grifter herself, and she's certain a jewel theft of the magnitude Deb's thinking of will involve 20 or more people and hundreds of thousands of dollars in seed money. But Deb Ocean only smiles. "I need seven people and $20,000," she declares. Her plan is measured, it's focused. In 12 weeks, she assures Lou, they'll all be banking a cool $16 million each.

Of course, Deb stepped out through the prison gates yesterday with only $45 in her pocket. But give her a day or two, and everything she needs will fall into place.

Danny's not the only Ocean who knows how to ebb and flow.

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Dely E. Winstead
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