Australian socks brand Odd Pears fonded by Brock Sykes asked the graphic designer Leta Sobierajski to create the set design of their new polka dotted socks’ campaign. Very colorful, the socks are associated to fruits, the whole with conceptual compositions.
The artist Elise gives a work between advertising, photography, sets design and sculpture inspired by the cubism. Her complex installations, conceptual, geometric and colorful at the same time, are at the intersection of the 3D and the 2D and shows an illusion of a very constructed image in all its parts.
“Paperair” is a project leaded by Filippo Perin in collaboration with Italian designers such as Mauro Gatti, Ale Giorgini, Francesco Poroli, Nicola Ferraresede (among others). The project gathers 25 sneakers in paper. Creations mixing paper art, DIY, sneakers : more photos and details on the authors below.
The artists Cody Cloud and Julia Galdo from JUCO have made a fashion photos series for an issue of Paper Magazine : very colorful clothes created by Shirley Kurata and a set design full of colors, playing with geometric forms, by Adi Goodrich. More photos in the next part of the article.
English brand Lulu & Co just lauched their new ready-to-wear collection Autumn/Winter 2014-2015, including 7 pieces that were designed by the artist Chad Wys. For the visuals on the dresses and the tops, Chad Wys has udapted classical paintings with lively colors which add an abstract dimension to the clothes.
For the Diesel jeans and i-D, the director Jacob Sutton has directed this video where an alphabet of the dance is forming by the dancers’ figures : Arabesque, B-Girl, or Krump, Step, Twerk, Vogue Hands. A production by Laura Holmes Production and dance in the streets and rooftops of Los Angeles to discover.
Capsus Films has designed, produced and directed this manifesto for the new MONA brand watches : a warm video which speaks of the soul of things. The watch is discreet and the video highlights of landscapes, human, feelings, colors and sensations. The video is available in the next part of the article.
In collaboration with Sofie Platou, the graphic designer Julie Elise Hauge made 8 ping-pong rackets from different materials such as concrete, foam, mirror, marble, plexiglass and wood. The creations were also printed on posters with a beautiful set design. An original art direction to discover.
Young Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi does selfportraits, portraits and a lot of photo-manipulations. She pays attention to the balance of her photos, the rules of geometry, the figures and the forms, the light and the atmosphere. A selection of her work is available in the next part of the article.
German designer Jule Waibel has created 25 of her gowns for folded Bershka brand in several cities worldwide paper. Jule Waibel product dresses by hand using large sheets of paper printed patterns and then folded into shapes that correspond to the body. Beautiful creations to discover photos and video.