Well known for his architecture photographs, the photographer Nick Franck” analyzed the different colors notes of images and drew up Pantone samples. With a monochrome background, the artist presents a highly conceptual series with a successful minimalist design. To discover in images.
“Postcards for Ants” is a miniature illustrations’ project leaded by Lorraine Loot, happening all year long. Each day since 1st January 2013, this Cape Town-based artist draws a little detailed illustration with paint and pencils. A long artwork full of finesse, making each day a postcard and an image.
Here’s the new “Kawaii” music video of Pharrell Williams, directed by Japanese artists Mr. Fantasista Utamaro and Takashi Murakami. This colorful video made of illustrations paying tribute to mangas and old-school video games in pixel art, take us in different designs and universes. A must-watch.
English designer Dominic Wilcox, who we already have talked about has recently revealed at the London Design Festival 2014, a futurist concept : the Sleeper Car, an automatic car made of glass. According to him, driveless cars will be so safe that cars could be made of glass. To discover through Sylvain Deleu’s photos.
After his clothes’ collection for Lulu & Co, American designer and artist Chad Wys comes back with a new personal series called “Design And Feeling”. Abstract and inspired once again by classical paintings, his artworks gather paintings and sculptures filled by colors brush’s strokes and samples of pantone.
In honor of the public exhibition “Arts on Science”, focusing on optical illusions, EPFL invited Truly Design agency to think about an installation considering the event topic. Then, the agency has developed four anamorphoses called “Vanitas”, mixing street-art and representations of vanitas. To discover in images and video.
Hong Kong-based publishing house Viction:ary has collaborated with designers and illustrators from all around the world to create their “City Guide” books’ covers. The covers represent a city map, drawn according to the artist’s style and by following a color-code for each book. Very graphic covers to discover.
Famous artist JR has assembled a cast of forty dancers that he photographed at 56m above the ground, on the rooftop of the Opera Garnier in Paris. Dressed in black and white polka-dot leotards, dancers have played the game and made this ambitious project a reality. Find out more in the gallery.
English artist Klaus Kemp has made a series of many diatoms species captured by a microscope and gathered in order to create harmonious artworks. Diatoms are tiny single-cell algae that you can find in all aquatic environments. When art meets science, to discover in photos and through a video by Matthew Killip.
Matin Lunaire is the story of a young woman who wakes up in a heavenly and sweet universe. But suddenly the scene changes, the day becomes night and the moon shines. Between dream and reality, the young woman discovers a world full of colorful neon lights and kaleidoscopic shapes on a Plaid sound composition. A video produced by Clement Oberto, to discover in the article.
Designers at Giopato & Coombes have made their new lamp “Bolle”. This lamp in hand-blown transparent glass contains little bubbles that are filled by the light produced by the bigger spheres. Introduced at the Designersblock during the London Design Festival, this lamp is to discover in images.
Argentine designers Sabrina Giselle Acevedo and Jazmín Granada skillfully revisited The Grand Budapest Hotel’s opening credits by Wes Anderson. Both artists have recreated the movie’s stage design by using paper as materials. They present here a short video of their work. It includes the famous Mendl’s pastry box and the orderly reception keys.