Ian Davis is an artist who creates superb acrylic paintings on linen depicting crowds of people in different places and situations. Creations visually very impressive to discover images in the future.
The American artist John Foster invites us to discover “Sparkle Palace Geometric Table”, a creation of glass with multiple light reflections. The table, thinking on the basis of an inverted pyramid made of colored glass crystal offers a colorful rendering of the most successful to discover images in the future.
Tobias Tostesen imagined a huge chandelier composed of nearly 8,000 Lego transparent bricks. Having himself built piece by piece this work of art, this creation is to discover images in the following section.
Red Bull & Snap! Orlando asked wakeboard pros Mike Dowdy, Adam Errington & Dallas Friday to strap lights to their wakeboards and join with light painter, Patrick Rochon, in an effort to capture wonderful creations. To discover in the article with images and a making-of video.
Mads Berg designs wonderful illustrations for many clients. Specialized in posters, brand illustrations & editorial illustrations, his creations are characterized by a style which translates classic poster art into a modern and timeless look. More to discover in the article.
Plot Point Productions decided to set up a great video taking sequences of different actors filming movies back. This creation “Back-to-the-Camera Shot” is just great, to remember these beautiful plans present in films like Fight Club, Star Wars or Black Swan. More in the future.
Brent Holloman is an american graphic designer based in Wilmington. He offers on its portfolio to decline the outline of the profile of her head’s child in order to integrate into diverse and varied illustrations. Very successful creations to discover images in the future.
Gnarly Bay has made a great video about the artist Sarah DiNardo and her tape art. Some wonderful pictures to discover in video in the continuation.
Equipped with a Canon 5D Mark II, Bevan Percival offers a new timelapse video showing absolutely beautiful scenery of New Zealand. Creation to discover in video in the continuation.
New York-based graphic designer Mike Doyle created an impressive 200,000 LEGO pieces sculpture called Contact 1. Presented for a Kickstarter project, he wants to create a series of sculptures celebrating spirituality, peaceful fantastical worlds under the name “Contact Series”. To discover in the article.
Photographer Andy Prokh based in St. Petersburg offers us a series of photographs in which adorable daughter Katherine has fun and plays with her cat named LiLu Royal Blue Lada. With images in black & white, the artist manages to illustrate the complicity between the girl and the animal through funny situations & caricatures. More after the jump.
Nominated in the category of Music Video for the Fubiz Awards 2013, Nabil Elderkin invites us to discover his latest achievement illustrating the song “Overgrown” by James Blake. Creating a dark and strange offering beautiful images giving depth to the music. More in the future.
Fubiz is proud to present you the second edition of FUBIZ AWARDS 2013, open to votes from April 10th to May 14th 2013. We invite you to support your favorite artists. At the end of voting, results will be announced on Thursday, May 16th, 2013.
We will unveil, during an evening ceremony in Paris the 8 winners and the winner of the Grand Prix Fubiz Awards, rewarding the project having received the largest number of votes in all categories.
The installation “Fluidic – Sculpture in Motion” is proposed at Temporary Museum for New Design in Milan from April 9 to 14, 2013. Performed by Whitevoid, this creation in partnership with Hyundai offers through a laser projection system for visitors to interact and thus propose a unique experience. A video to discover more.
Fong Qi Wei is an artist who offers us absolutely beautiful pictures of flowers “exploded”, whose petals are spaced with simplicity, symmetry and talent. Rendering minimalist but great poetry is to be discovered in the following with images.