With his series Family Stuff, Chinese artist Huang Qingjun shows us pictures of families on the threshold of their home, together with all their business. For 10 years, the photographer travels in rural areas of the vast country, seeking to show the contrast between these places and people facing the gigantic appearance of cities. To discover in the following article.
Recently graduated from Hongik University in Seoul, JeeYoung Lee photographs the invisible and invites us to look at pictures from her heart, her memory and her dreams. With colorful creations and impressive theatrical performances, the artist offers dazzling stage set, part of which is to find the Opiom Gallery . More in the article.
The young artist Maria Lani Ella Yelich-O’Connor, known under the pseudonym of Lorde, presents her video illustrating Team, from the album Pure Heroin. Dark video following the adventures of two adolescents, conducted by Young Replicant, sticking perfectly with the music. More after the jump.
The architect and interior designer Chikara Ohno has made a super bright installation for the brand Kaneka Corporation in Superstudio Piu in Milan, Italy, helped by the textile designer Yoko Ando and lighting designer Izumi Okayasu lighting Design. An impressive OLED illuminated space of more than 160m2 with an impressive render to discover in images in the article.
Japanese Studio Nendo conducted in collaboration with the pastry chef Tsujiguchi Hironobu a beautiful eatable boxes containing 12 tubes. Each chocolate tube contains a liquor or a different flavor, offering an object at the same time well-designed and appetizing. To discover in images in the article.
The British designer and illustrator Chris Anderson responded to the request of the brand The Chimp Store to pay tribute to the most famous models of sneakers from Adidas brand. Including the Stan Smith made in a cardboard representation, these creations of high quality can be discovered in the article.
The Swiss artist Fabian Oefner, created ‘Disintegrating’ and ‘Hatch’, two projects for MB & F MAD gallery. Work with incredible accuracy and great attention to detail, offering images of sports cars made by hand, exploded and dismantled in space. Impressive to see a series of images in the article and an explanatory video creations.
Inspired by a trip he made in Australia, the artist Cai Guo-Qiang created a huge installation called Heritage, to gather around a swimming pool disguised as a pond 99 replicas of animals from around the world coming to drink. A magnificent work, presented at the Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane to discover in the following images.