Miguel Chevalier recently installed during Heritage Days at Casablanca this work called Magic Carpets. Made possible by the French Institute and Voxels Productions in the Church of the Sacré-Coeur, this monumental facility offers a projection of vivid and various colors moving on the floor of the nave. A beautifully rendered to discover in the following video.
The artist Chloe Early and director Andrew Telling decided to join forces to create this experimental film trying to play on moving bodies meeting mixtures of colors and compositions from the Irish artist, providing the most successful collaboration called Suspended made during her last show.
Schwartz brand (Herb & Spice) asked Print Tech, Novalia and ad agency Grey London to create an interactive poster on which each color of spices has a sound when we touch it thanks to a conductive ink. The illustrator Billie Jean is behind the illustration of all these flavours that turn into sounds.
Out on April, the 3rd, on the Apple Store, Monument Valley is a puzzle game developed by Ustwo. Inspired by M.C. Escher’s drawings, this game is not a simple entertaining architecture game ; it’s above all very graphic and aesthetic in its art direction. The video is to discover in the next part of the article.
“Apollo Light” is a lamp that has been created by Lucie Koldova and Dan Yeffet in 2013. The lamp gathered 2 different matters in a round shape : the glass and the marble. Beams of light come out of the marble head. A beautiful combination is to discover in the next part of the article.
In the Sainte Marie Madeleine church located in Lille, the Dutch design studio Daan Roosegaarde made a light installation in the shape of a dome with hundreds of lotus metallic lights which respond to the movements of the human body. An interactive and organic sculpture is to discover.
J.J. Abrams and his production company Bad Robot have collaborated with Theory 11 to create an handcrafted wooden mystery box in limited edition. The box contains 12 desks with mystery playing cards that were designed and written by the American director himself. An enigmatic box to discover below.
In 2011, Californian designer Yumi Yoshida has imagined this sofa for 2 people, inspired by origamis. The concept consists in making people able to manipulate his sofa as he wants and to transform it like a paper folding. The sofa 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.