“Façades” is the name of an ongoing series of the French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy. He has imagined what would be a city only made of facades, isolated from buildings. It gives strange cities but more spacious ones : the complete series are to discover in the next part of the article.
Deutsch company Kuka Robotics made this video for the celebration of their new factory in Shanghai. With humor, the video opposes, for a harsh duel, the German tennis table star Timo Boll with a robot. We let you discover which one is going to be the winner of this match which confronts the Man and the Machine.
On the occasion of the Oscars, during which the film Gravity won no less than seven statuettes, the Goddard Space Flight Center de la NASA unveiled new images, this time very real of the space. Breathtaking snapshots, reminding us of the beauty of our planet, but also our tiny place in the universe.
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.
After their first video in 2012, the duo of directors Colin Delehanty & Sheldon Neill are back with the second volume of this superb project on Yosemite National Park. A beautifully rendered, making with this time-lapse a great tribute to the park and the mountains of the Sierra Nevada.
The pelican is a pelican BigBird was alone in Greystoke Mahale in Tanzania, abandoned by his group after a rainstorm. Residents and specialist in helping birds helped BigBird to fly, taking the opportunity to place a camera GoPro Hero 3+ on its beak, rendering a very successful record.
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.
Lauren Fensterstock is an American artist who makes black paper installations and shapes ephemeral landscapes in the middle of rooms. She works the shapes of flowers, grass, lakes in paper to make them look like real natural environments. Her poetic and dark work is to discover in the next part of the article.
Result of a year of work, this video by Jonathan Keogh ’1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die’ pays tribute to book of the same name as Steven Jay Schneider. An impressive assembly, requiring a year of work to get to gather movies of all countries, of all decades and all styles. An impressive record, that makes you want to discover works not seen yet present in the video. More in the article.
Irma Gruenholz is an artist from Madrid who not only has a great talent for illustration, but also for creating sculptures in clay of the most beautiful effect. The former agency artistic director now worked as an artist for various magazines, and shapes of her hands very poetic compositions that then taken in picture. A world of great beauty to be discovered in the article.
Albanese artist Adrian Limani has fun making photos of his little brother near the moon. His brother plays basketball with a moon ball, he frames the moon, carries it, plays leapfrog with it and leans on it. The young photographer’s series is to discover in the next part of the article.