Miles Aldridge has definitely a retro universe that he explores in a very personal way. By playing with lights, vivid colors, fuzzy images, and elaborated fashion design, the photographer comes up to illustrate a period with conceptual ideas. To discover in the following.
On the occasion of the holiday season, Fubiz proposes to review some of the most significant products in 2014. From new technologies to design objects through lavish illustrations, there will be something for everyone. Hoping to provide you with this Best of unusual and coveted gift ideas.
Manuel Gomez Tamayo is a Spanish designer and architect based in Seville. The artist created an ultra minimalist coat rack consists of three triangular pieces of wood. The project “-set 1986″ will decorate with style your walls. To discover images in the gallery.
“Tanning salon” is a stunning fashion and beauty series made by Jamie Nelson, New-york based photographer. To obtain such a beautiful rendering, the artist used neons lights and phosphorescent paintings that he put on hair, nails and eyebrows of the model. An inspiring artwork to discover.
Hairstylist Enzo Riggio has recently opened a second hair salon in Belgium and asked to the design studio Creneau International to imagine the graphic identity and decoration of the place : the “R Salon”. The team has cut in half the space according to three themes : a train station, a collegiate coffee and a warm living room, by preserving modern aspects with a mirrors’ suspension.
MVSA Architects has built the shoes store Shoebaloo Koningsplein in Amsterdam. The interior offers a cosmic experience with forms, lines, translucent surfaces and lights that add a futuristic atmosphere. Find out more in the gallery.
Based in Sidney, Sum Leung is an art director who made these illustrations representing very fashion dogs portraits. An endearing series where these humanized dogs are drawn with an interesting graphic style. Bull-dog dressed with a polo, Dalmatien wearing a cap, and a Dobermann with glasses are to discover in the following.
Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv got inspired by 3D software defect images to create these amazing coatings. Graphic and linear structures, composed by a subtle union of organza, pure silk and integrations of 3D printed pieces. More details about the series in the following.
“Somewear” is a series of self-portraits made by photographer Lucia Fainzilber. To create this stunning camouflage artwork, she photographed herself dressed up with outfits that match with the background’s colors and patterns. To discover in the gallery.
The Italian brand of technical clothing NEMEN made an jacket prototype encrusted with LEDs turning into light coat. Optical fiber in the woven material is supplied by twelve LEDs using rechargeable batteries. To discover.
Tom Hangomat is a French illustrator based in Paris represented by Tiphaine Illustration agency. His latest creation is the work for Printemps stores in collaboration with the Burberry clothing brand. With the help of his friends Theo Guignard, Bruno Mangyoku and Johan Papin, Tom has created all the Christmas windows of the famous store. Find out in the article, the original artwork and photography by Francis Peyrat for in real-life situation.
The American illustrator Brian Doyle is the author of an Instagram account under the pseudo Sneakerpie behind this sneaker artist shares iconic sneakers illustrations in different forms : flattened, pixel or 3D. To discover.
It’s for Vogue Paris that Giampaolo Sgura fashion photographer have made this series of fashion dolls with their panoply of clothing and accessories. Each dolls represents a famous maison de haute couture like Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Gucci. To discover in images.
After the colorful series on perroquets photography, we choose to present another project of Sølve Sundsbø. In this series, shadows and lights projections with the shape of stripes and polka dots cover body and face’s models. To discover.
Swiss and Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini spent more than a year to complete this series of portraits entitled “1503″ : a collection of antique portraits inspired by Renaissance’s paintings and clothes that he handcrafted himself. To discover.