In this short movie made by Lernert & Sander for fashion brand COS, using sound effects to translate someone who put on a coat. There are two models walking and dressing up, each moves are studied by the two artist and reproduced with mechanism and scraping of objects and fabrics. To discover in video.
Focus on “Saint Laurent” trailer, Bertrand Bonello’s upcoming movie presented at the Cannes Festival 2014, which will tells the story of the clothes designer’s life and his influence on the fashion world between 1967 and 1976. It stars Gaspard Ulliel, Jérémie Renier, Louis Garrel and Léa Seydoux. It will be released on 24th September.
“Soldiers Inventories” is a series of photographs made by Thom Atkinson and offering us to discover 13 outfits and accessories kit typical of the English soldiers, from 1066 to today, gathering uniforms, weapons and other items allowing us to get an idea of the evolution of the equipment through the centuries.
Designer Yi-Ting Chen created a design object to put iPhone and iPad’s devices at home : the Urban Cage. With the shape of a bird’s cage, the designer has created different models on the hoof or that can be suspended like a hanger. The photos are by Chang Chieh and the clothes were created by stylist Roy Chang.
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.
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.
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.