Mathieu Lehanneur created “Les Cordes” for the reopening of the Museum of Decorative Arts, Pottery and Fashion in Castle Borely, Marseille. This borosilicate glass chandelier seems to come to life as the lines are intermingled and only revealed some part of its structure. To discover in images by Vincent Duault.
Here is the first ad devoted to the new Sony console, the Playstation 4. Performed by Rupert Sanders, this video ‘Greatness Awaits – PS4′ proposes to follow a character in a decor in transformation, multiplying references to different video games. Creation enhanced by the post production signed by The Mill to discover in the article.
Chris Godfrey, supervisor of VFX on the film The Great Gatsby, leads us through scenes from the movie to admire his work. The video shows the visual effects on the principle of before / after, leading the exercise to be even more impressive. An amazing journey behind the scenes of the film to discover in images and video.
Boil Up is a project that Robert Hodgin rose for the exhibition Moana My Ocean in Auckland, New Zealand. The artist has recreated for the occasion a 3D simulation of the effect “boil up” an aggregate of fish almost becoming a living structure by itself. An incredibly complex work to discover in images.
Sony asked Be-ready teams to design a great video to promote its new line of Bravia televisions integrating technology ‘Triluminos’. With the use of a Phantom Flex camera, the video offers us to discover the explosion in slow motion 45 pots of paint. A beautiful creation to discover in video in the article, followed by a making-of.
As part of his ‘Ordinary Behavior’ project seeking to explore the relationship between man and technology in everyday life, Kevin LCK invites us to discover beautiful dioramas in paper incorporating various known electronic objects illustrating how people mostly use it. A great idea supported by a realization of a great quality to find in the article.
Filmmaker artist Darwinfish105 made this impressive et hypnotic hyperlapse video shot on Tokyo’s fully-automated Yurikamome transit system. Using mirrors and flips effects in Adobe Premiere Software, this great video called “Yurikamome Hyper Drive” and shot with a Panasonic DMC-GH3 is to discover in the article.
Focus on the JWST, the James Webb Space Telescope, which is the most advanced space telescope ever built. Designed to study the infrared portion of the Electromagnetic spectrum, it will allow astronomers to get closer to the origins of the universe. An impressive project to discover in pictures.