American photographer Steve McCurry did the “Omo Valley” series in Ethiopia. He takes portraits of Africans in traditional outfits but he also takes pictures of landscapes, party moments and religious customs. His series is to discover in photos in the next part of the article.
HUVr has imagined the first hoverboard directly inspired by the movie Back to the future. The board would be connected to our smartphones and we could activate it via bluetooth. The concept is really cool but unfortunately this board isn’t real. Two videos showing celebrities such as Moby or Tony Hawk, testing the hoverboard, are to discover below.
Only four years and already incredibly gifted fashion. Early Mayhem designs dresses with her mom using a single material: paper. The little artist means her dresses with her mom and already has her website dedicated to these creations. A touching photo essay of a little girl with a bright future to discover photos below.
For the Fubiz and The Grand Budapest Hotel contest, we have made a compilation of the best alternative Wes Anderson’s movie posters. Illustrators and designers enjoyed revisiting movie posters such as Moonrise Kingdom, Fantastic Mr Fox, Rushmore or The Royal Tenenbaums. Graphically strong universes are to discover in the next part of the article.
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Design agency Bolon has recently launched its new flooring collection called “Silence” in collaboration with the choreographer Alexander Ekman. They have directed this video in which the music is made by the dancers’ steps and the sound of machines. A beautiful dance, where the floor gradually gets weaved, is to discover.
For the second February’s best-of, a talented artists’ selection dealing with the technique of the multiple exposure. We have chosen for you an overview which shows this creative trend associating the subject with his environment. Creations are to discover in the next part of the article.
The student in the school Politecnico di Milano, Bianca Luini, collects pretty pictures and combines photographs of clothes brands with inspiring visuals. Juxtapositions of the finest effect gathered under the name Where I See Fashion and playing with talent on the similarities, colors and shapes. A selection is to be found in the following images.
Horyon Lee is a Korean artist who produced a series of works of art between realism and supernatural. The artist works on the movement and games transparent clothes young women. A sensual work and “photorealism” style which demonstrates the great skill of the artist in the art of oil painting.
Created and designed by Andrea Deppieri the wooden head is the first and unique design of wood, resulting from the combination of the industrial design, architecture and fashion design. The concept will to shape a noble material such as wood, to become comfortable everyday accessory. An original and innovative project presented by a beautiful photography series.