Who says you can not be 75 to win the Olympics ? This is the idea of this two-part series created by Dean Bradshaw. Playing basketball or in the boxing gym, the desire to integrate old people where we do not expect them reminiscent the series Super Mamika Sacha Goldberger.
Japanese designer and architect Yusuke Oono (whose we already have talked about previously) comes back with new paper stories that can be read and fanned on 360 degrees. For that, he combined 40 very precise images and paper sculptures to create a circular narration that can be read from different angles.
Influenced by Dada and collages artwork, Zeren Badar reinterprets classical paintings by covering them with colorful elements such as candies, cakes or candles. With these unexpected juxtapositions, he creates a new pictorial world, new graphics and amazing texture effects, bringing a very contemporary vision. To discover.
Spanish videomaker Cimadevilla Fermin (aka Nomeno) directed the clip of Chulius & The Filarmónicos and his title “Don’t” where we see a succession of shots focused on stills of a woman’s body parts in an pop approach, sensual and vintage at once. We can find English actress Kimberley Tell in this creation which gives a real work on graphic and geometrical forms.
Here is a short animated film made by the studio Identity Visuals and featuring the journey of a space shuttle. The main idea is to tell a story of adventure and space’s exploration visually inspired by 2D side-scrollers. SOLUS is a short story about loneliness, life and sacrifice. To discover.
The end of this year is coming really fast and we have seen passing tons and tons of beautiful visuals and albums since January. To conclude 2014 in beauty and music, we have decided to compile for you the most inspiring and graphic albums’ covers. From FKA Twigs to Chet Faker, through Banks and Little Dragon.
The surface of a football field. This is the size of the biggest billboard in the world. Installed in the night of Tuesday, November 18 at Times Square this screen contains 24 million LEDs. This interactive display panel is also one of the most expensive outdoor advertising in the world whose Google will be the first brand to rent it during 4 weeks for $2.5 million.
Japanese artist and cartographer Sohei Nishino is mapping the world’s cities. From Rio to London and from New York to Tokyo, his highly detailed maps serve up a unique portrait of some of the world’s most diverse cities. Consisting of thousands of cut-out snapshots of each location, the artist meticulously pieces together these images to form highly complicated collages.