The creative Harvezt made the series “The Dark Side of The Covers” in which he imagines the other side of a few cult album covers. We can see the bottom of the baby in the swimming pool on Nirvana’s cover or the traffic policeman which allows the Beatles to walk on the zebra crossing.
On the occasion of the release of a capsule collection Lacoste L!Ve Special for Football World Cup, the crocodile brand asked French Sanghon Kim to make a short animated film about football, halfway between Captain Tsubasa and Akira. Rendering visually impressive and pop that unfolds in the following video.
English artist Chris LaBrooy, whose we already have talked about many times, has created a digital and very original sculpture by retouching a yellow plane which has a very long intestine at the bottom. An insolite and funny execution to discover in pictures in the next part of the article.
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.
Photographer Romain Laurent directed a spot for Hermes and his spring-summer 2014 collection for men. Playing with talent on the place of the body in the city, the dancer Jérémie Bélingard unveils new clothes every interaction he has with the decorative elements. A Solab Production very successful to discover in the article.
Room Furniture Collection System, designed by Erik Olovsson & Kyuhyung Cho provides you with 25 blocks of different shapes and sizes, so you can compose yourself furniture of your convenience. A simple and successful way to make every customer happy with his or her purchase, several configurations to discover later in the article.
The “Casa Tunquen” was built in Chile by architects from Mas Fernandez. This holiday house has a terrace in front of the sea, up. In the middle of the central garden, we can find the jacuzzi. The construction is available in photos and video (by Nico Saieh) in the next part of the article.
Ogilvy has done for Amnesty International campaign the most successful advertising combining spot and auction to help obtain funding. With Freedom Candles, a video spot reveals thoughts Coarse candles representing situations of violence and deprivation of freedom, revealing after consummation hope symbols hidden under the original wax. Note that 30 candles will be auctioned on eBay in limited editions on April 19.
On a farmland in the countryside city Victoria in Australia, Australian firm Branch Studio Architects has converted an old cabin to a modern sustainable minimalist wooden house. The home called “The Pump House” is located near a lake and has a charming and warm interior. A singular cabin to discover below.
The website Kind Of Normal did very funny infographies called “TruthFacts” which reveal little truths about our routine, our (digital) era and our many habits : anecdots in which anybody can identify himself. A selection of the different infographies is available in the next part of the article.
Korean artist Kyung Woo Han has created the installation “Green House” by being based on a disturbing optical illusion made of distorted, suspended and symmetrical chairs which reflect in what we could take for water. An insolite installation to discover in the next part of the article.
French photographer Fabrice Fouillet after his superb series Corpus Christi immortalizing inside of churches, became interested in the giants. Traveling around the world, it reveals a series of impressive shots, showing the power of these national figures or deities representations made of stone.