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Smooth Operator

https://vimeo.com/129968134   Video directed and edited by Priska http://www.iampriska.com Concept and choreography by Yeya Ekstrom  http://www.yeyaekstrom.com   Assistant Director : Sergiy Chmara Dancers : Yeya Ekstrom, Alanna Kajdi, Mariachiara Scarabelli   Filmed at Dubai A Club              

Amazing Jetpack Flight Above Dubaï

Yves Rossy and Vince Reffet form “The Jetman Dubai Team“. In a video of a little more than ten minutes, they offer to us a jetpack flight, as beautiful as breathtakingly high, above Dubaï, flying over the desert and so particular forms drawn by the city, saw from the sky. Landscapes and figures made by the two pilots parade in front of our eyes, giving the impression of being a part of this flight.

We Can Be Heroes Photography

Martin Beck, a South African and Scottish photographer based in Dubai, has produced a series of portraits entitled “We Can Be Heroes” in which he challenges the stereotype of unrealistic Superheroes. Without superpowers, the artist imagining what would become the costumed characters in everyday life. From Batman to Superman, the response in images later in the article.

Takeshi pour Expo 2020 Dubaï

Takeshi / Expo 2020 Dubai / United Arab Emirates In preparation of Expo 2020 Dubai which will be held in Dubai, Takeshi illustrated one of the 21 sculptures which will be exposed in the city in the next days. Among 3 themes that are: Mobility, Sustainability & Opportunities, Takeshi represented the sub-theme Culture. More information.

Volkswagen Instant Off-Road Kit for Touareg

Let’s be honest, most people don’t take their off-road vehicle off-roading.It’s for these people that we’ve created this convenient off-road kit.It gets you to the great outdoors and back in less than 5 minutes.Without having to travel there at all.   Client: Volkswagen Agency: Soho Square Dubai  

Wooden Origami Furniture Collection

Designer Aljoud Lootah, specialized in products conception and based in Dubai, made this furniture collection called “Oru” (meaning “fold” in Japanese). She wanted to explore the geometric shapes and the origami art though these creations in teck wood, felt and polished copper that seem to fold as easily as paper. The chair, the cabinet, the mirror and the lamp are to discover.