In a new video, Red Bull filmed a BMX session of the up and coming star Tyler Fernengel, from Michigan, in the famous Silverdome of Pontiac in the North Detroit suburb and abandoned since 2001. The rider string figures together in the ruined rows and deserted grandstand. A video where modernity and passed time are fitting together.
After his series devoted to the colors of Star Wars characters, Nick Barclay imagined a new series that disturbs the logos of famous brands in a graphic, simplified and abstract style working thanks to the identification of colors. We can find Coca-Cola, Burger King, Google, Nike or also Apple and McDonald’s.
To celebrate the Air Max Day 2015 on March 26, Nike decided to settle in the Parisian Metro. the ghost station, located between Republic and Strasbourg-Saint-Denis on line 9 to Pont de Sèvres, hosts a stunning light installation consists of red and blue giant bubbles, and a sparkling logo.
Jacob T. Swinney, whose we already talked about, has gathered in a video the first and last frames of famous old and recent movies. On a music by Thomas Newman – “Any Other Name”, this supercut shows the circularity of some movies like Melancholia, Gone Girl or Somewhere and the meaning and beauty of other movies Fight Club, Black Swan or The Master.
Black Light Bikes is a project by Brazilian photographer Marcelo Maragni in collaboration with Red Bull. The idea : Cover freestylers and bike with fluorescent paint and film it by night. In this context, the director plunges this sport in a new universe, revealing light on the beauty of this discipline.
To end 2014, The Guardian took the time to remember the different powerful events that have marked this year : attacks in Gaza or Ukraine, The World Cup, Oscar Pistorius’ trail, the disasters of Ebola and also Ferguson’s protests, the editorial board has selected the 20 most striking pictures that have made the news.
Like the Time magazine, The Washington Post gathered the most powerful photos of this year in their top The Year in Images and The Best-of Washington Post Photography 2014. The storytelling of a year : its dramas, its joys, its losses, its victories, its wars and its moments of glory are to discover in the gallery.
No need to introduce RedBull. More than a brand, this entity organizes a dozen of unavoidable events throughout the year and goes with agility, from sport to sport in ever more incredible challenges. From motocross to surfing through the plunge, here are some of the best shots of 2014.
One year, and his 365 days, counts 1001 stories that stir the globe and its 5 continents without exceptions. At the end of the year, we need to draw conclusions, to return on the highlights of the international news. The best and too often the worst of 2014 are seen through a selection of the 50 most meaningful photographs from Reuters, the AFP or Getty Images.
When his cybernetic pet project is put in jeopardy, the handyman of a decaying apartment building is forced to take a stand, blurring the lines between human and machine. FLESH COMPUTER explores the nature of consciousness by jumping between the perspectives of an eclectic group of characters including a young girl, a vicious bully, and [...]