This beautiful art video called “Past. Present. Future” was directed by director Dima Tskhay. Shot with a Canon 5D, this video contains a powerful, graphic and aesthetic universe, with a constant return between 3 times : past, present and future. Discover the video on a music by band Two Step From Hell.
Guda Koster is a Dutch artist who create living sculptures with humans. The artist uses fabrics, colors and original patterns that allow her to create compositions enigmatic and mysterious. Each work is both unreal scene represented by the theme and real with the human model.
Valeria Vacca is a photographer making pictures of black and white with high contrast. In this series, she alternates between fantastic portraits and double exposures creations. These works seem almost to have been made with paint, thanks to the immense precision of each details of the portraits.
Performed by Phil Pinto, already highlighted on Fubiz, this video combines magic, dance and originality. The singer, throughout the video speaks directly to us, for more impact. The dancers follow a choreography in empty and abandoned places for even more supernatural.
Lithuanian artist Tomas Markevicius, also working for Wowbüro studio, has made a very beautiful series called “Strokes”. By picking up fashion photos, he wanted to transform them into abstract artworks with brush’s strokes and lively uniform backgrounds. More photos of the project in the gallery.
This photographic series is a collaboration between the British photographer Rankin and the editor of the magazine Andrew Gallimore. These images offers faces are completely transformed by decorations and make-up, made on the occasion of the Mexican day ‘Dia de Los Muertos’.
Famous director Nabil Elderkin just released the new music video of the band Little Dragon for their song “Pretty Girls”. We can see a show of very superficial women who have difficulty in appealing to men. When a zombie-woman shows up, she becomes the favorite. A very beautiful direction and a production by Ivan Harerra, to watch.
Danish brand Vifa has launched its first collection of wireless speakers that they decided to call “Copenhagen”. Henrik Mathiassen made it a design object, available in 6 colors : red, yellow, grey, bright blue, dark blue and black. The textile was produced by Kvadrat. To discover.
After the space photographs, it’s around NASA’s satellite images of cities by night that Slow Factory (Celine Semaan Vernon) has worked for her new silk-scarves collection. Paris, New York and London appear on the scarves. A collection realized for the Independance Day, to discover.
Brogen Averill Studio, based in Auckland, New Zealand, played with talent on the yellow color to compose a graphic identity for the brand
Playpark by Karen Walker. Graphic choices that show a wide variety while maintaining consistency between the different elements to be discovered in the article.
“The Proper Sneaker” is a very visual video by Loren Denis (represented by Same Production) which questionnes what makes a sneaker “A classic”. The answer is evident : a basket which resists through the trends and times has to be simple, with a minimalist design and made in Italy with good fabrics.
The largest poster in the world and the first poster ever to have been transformed into a physical space was created for the Malmö Festival in Scandinavia. Performed by Snask, this graphic design never done before is both creative, original and the result of a true team effort.
Berliner photographers Julia Strathmann and Marie Jacob (also known as Jacob Reischel) creates very beautiful set designs for magazines and accessories or make-up brands. They mix collage, food art, flowers and diptychs for colorful and minimalist compositions.
Ayaka Ito is a japanese graphic designer and illustrator based in New York. She creates the identity of different brands but performs mostly illustrations for various products including beautiful scarves. The artist uses a hint of magic in each of these illustrations.
Creator Gabriela Ligenza, based in London, has launched an Autumn/Winter 2014 collection of hats made by a 3D printer. The models have been inspired by the shapes of Amish’s hats, snails’ shells and oriental turbans. When fashion meets technology, to discover.