Artist Matthew Chambers builds with his hands vessels’ sculptures in ceramic that he juxtaposes in several layers and with a circular movement. Without any sketches, he creates on live thanks to a potter wheel on which he puts dozens of ceramic layers to make a solid structure.
After his posters of Brazilian stades and different architects, Portuguese architect André Chiote wanted to pay tribute to graphic buildings’ facades that inspire him the most, through 11 illustrations. Each building has its own texture, signature, identity and is filled by the name of its creator.
Emma Hack made these superb camouflage stills, working by hand only. We can discern naked body painted that perfectly match with the backgrounds patterns. Models are also accompanied by a bird such as a peacock, an owl or a raven perched on their hands. A long-term job, difficult to implement, that the artist has finally achieved brilliantly. To discover.
Kai & Sunny are a creative duo based in London. Together, they create intricate, nature inspired screen prints on a variety of media. For their next exhibition at Jonathan Levine Gallery, “Lots of Star Bits of”, Kai & Sunny will debut new prints with unreal geometrical patterns exposing our misconceptions of the world around us.
Iconoclast and Megaforce have produced and directed the new clip of Brodinski for his title “Can’t Help Myself”. With a gloomy and anxious atmosphere, the video shows the rejuvenation of an old man who implodes in a black and liquid ball. The loop is closed in frenetic runnings and perpetual return trips in a tunnel.
Here is a series of characters design produced by the German graphist Jona Dinges. Made with ZBrush and Blender to certain adjustments, the traits of the characters are geometric shapes through the Low Poly 3D computer graphics technique, a polygon mesh which has a relatively small number of polygons. To find below.
OnionLab has launched its 3D mapping project Evolució in 2013 for the Mapping Festival of Geneva with an amazing projection on the Art And History Museum’s facade. More recently, they have imagined a mapping on the Santa Ludmila Church’s facade in Praha, highlighting, thanks to the 3D, the themes of transformation, construction and alteration of the evolution. Two mappings to watch.
Here is a series signed by the artist based in Sweden, Sedki Alimam. The idea is to take inspiration from this little guy in the explanations sheets from furniture firm IKEA and dressed him with different outfits of famous people. From Bart Simpsons to Papa Smurf through Ninja Turtles, to discover images.
The design studio Fieldwork has collaborated with Nike Brand Design group in order to design the walls of the famous brand’s expansion buildings, located in Beaverton. Finally, the studio has developed a graphic wall built entirely with maple wood salvaged from a gym floor. More details in the following.