Shaping Clouds is a series of illustrations inspired on the shape of real clouds, created by Martín Feijoó (aka Tincho), who draw over the photographs he took during his last trip to Mexico. The whole project was originally published here.
Danish director Martin de Thurah made this great video to illustrate “Do It Again” song from the collaboration between Robyn & Royksopp. With this design black and white video tour in Mexico, a real dark and strange atmosphere emerges, matching perfectly with the music. To discover.
For Comunidad Vivex program, Mexico-based architecture agency S-AR created a social house for low-income families : La Casa Caja, also called The Box House. Located in the suburbs of the city General Zuazua in Mexico, this house is defined as a big grey box, with many little boxes inside. Photos by Alejandro Cartagena, to see.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is the 20th FIFA World Cup, is a football tournament that is going to be played in twelve cities across Brazil. MAAN Studio create a stamp collection (self initatied project) about a travel across a total of 32 national teams and 64 matches. Emphasis is placed on a consistent layout [...]
The project’s mission is to give forest dwellers the tools to overcome poverty while protecting the environment. Ejido Verde aims to plant millions of resin pines in indigenous communities and ejidos in Mexico. So they had to make a very fluid and informative video to convey its message as clearly as possible. Using 3D, Cell Animation [...]
Cy-collage was a pop up exhibition during Spin London 2014. Colectivo Futuro commissioned cycling-inspired collage pieces from 10 international artists. Chad Kouri (Chicago), Maria De La O Garrido (London), Pablo L. Bueno (London), Takafumi Miki (Tokyo), Natural Values (Mexico DF), Kaoru Sato (Tokyo), Nick Higgins (London), James Dawe (London), Kike Besada (New York), and Emily Evans (London) submitted both unique and limited print pieces that are now [...]
Photographer Sally Roussó from Mexico has sent to me these photos of model Marlon Davies Watson taking a shower with some oranges in a beautiful normal day at one of the most older and prettier towers in Mexico City, The Vizcaya Tower around Bucareli’s street. I think this is very artistic. Hope you like it.
Using the idea of common welfare where we are all interconnected by a single mother earth, Cluster Studio company based in Mexico city have produced in collaboration with advertising agency Publicis México this piece with a story in downward spiral where the consequences of our actions are our own doom. Was a project where the [...]
Here “Aerialscapes” the new series of the photographer Jakob Wagner, artist we could talk to you repeatedly Fubiz. The artist creates snapshots here of the earth from the sky. These photographs are taken as true works of art: rivers, mountains, clouds and other elements of nature are highlighted. A series breathtaking to discover later in the article.
The architect Jug Cerovic had fun with the subway stations of all around the world. From New York to Paris, through Tokyo, he tidied up the subway by clearing the lines between each other and by simplifying the journeys which now respect the real architecture of the cities. New subway maps to discover below.
What will the world be like in 50 years? How will cultural mix and miscegenation affect the stereotypes that come to mind when we refer to a certain nationality/country… Check out the nominees for the 2063 edition of the Miss World Election —– A quoi ressemblera le monde dans 50 ans? Quelle incidence pourraient avoir [...]