Emma Freeman has done the last clip for the duo of singers Cocorosie illustrating the song We Are on Fire. Produced by Curtisfilm, this video visually interesting illustrates music through images in slow-motion choreography. More after the jump.
David Closes invites us to discover this wonderful mixture between old and modern architecture with the Sant Francesc Auditorium. The Spanish architect has redesigned the convent called Sant Francesc in auditorium. Located in Santpedor, this building is to discover images in the following section.
Heliofant is an independent animation studio based in Montreal. These seek to create films and experimental works very sensitive. Their first film I, II pet goat is a perfect example. 7 minutes of splendid animation illustrating with great sadness the image of fire that burns in the heart of suffering. To watch and share.
Fubiz presents you today the Issue 07 of our weekly Fubiz TV broadcast. In summary this week, we selected the best creative world’s news and we had the pleasure of meeting the french director David Tomaszewski and also the musical artist Orelsan for an interview. Discovert it in the video after the jump.
Palatre and Leclere Architects invites us to discover French School located in Paris in street Pajol with a new look fresh and colorful. This project is joyful and beautiful, visually successful and also was thought at the same time for school children to add more light and happiness. More images after the jump.
The artist Nicolas Feldmeyer plays with the architecture to install his works. The last example is shown here with Woven Portico on the central building of University of College London. Bands come and play with the columns and gives a visual of the most successful. To discover in photographs in the following section.
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is an NGO founded in 1977 by sea Paul Watson, Canadian ecologist dedicated to protecting the oceans. Here are the new communication campaign with impact visuals made by Viken Guzel and Jean-Christophe Royer. To discover in the following section.