Taking part of the exhibition at Dynamo Grand Palais, Fujiko Nakaya is a Japanese artist who creates sculptures of mist, by offering example, in 2011 a superb performance in Linz, Austria offering visitors to move in the middle of the fog. To discover in the following pictures.
Directed by Axel Morin & Julien Capelle, this highly successful video shows Alexis Taieb, a.k.a. Tyrsa, compose an illustration for Jordan brand to celebrate the release of Jordan V Grape. Mixing images of typographic design and pictures of basketball, this beautiful video is to discover in the article on a music by Supa!.
“One Second out of an hour” is the name of this video made by Sebastian Linda during a shoot for a magazine called Humbug. The video reminds us that for a shot Erik Gross performing a successful trick, it is also one hour of preparation, moments of exchanges and failures. To discover in the future.
While video campaign “Made of More” is nominated in the category Advertising of Fubiz Awards, here are 3 illustrations signed BBDO Proximity Singapore and its artistic director Jennyson Rosero showing the path of various characters to achieve success. Stunning visuals to discover in the future.
After the incredible “ Altered Route ,” director Brett Novak collaborates once again with talented skateboarder Kilian Martin to deliver us a video of a quality called “Within India”. Splendid images between typical scenery, well-known places and impressive tricks edited on a music Patrick Watson to discover in the future.
“Miniature Melbourne” is a short tilt-shift time-lapse film featuring the city of Melbourne, Australia. Made in 10 months, this video features a range of different events and festivals held in the city throughout the year on the music “Reflections” by Tom Day. A very great creation made by Nathan Kaso and shot on Canon 5D Mark II to discover in the article.
To celebrate 10 years of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, a Tokyo skyscraper of 238 meters high, Tokyo City Symphony offers a splendid experience based on a giant model of the district building at scale 1/1000 in which different mappings absolutely incredible were screened. Discover a breathtaking video in the article.
With his installation “Broken Things”, graphic designer Beomyoung Sohn wanted to crack the frontier between physical world and cyber space. Using the broken image icon replacing images that missed or failed, this great creation are to discover in a series of photographies. More to discover.
“Wearable Foods” is the name of the series of works that the Korean artist Yeonju Sung made with clothing designs using food. As different component parts using elements such as tomatoes, mushrooms or even chewing gum, the artist offers us real pieces of art visually bluffing to discover in the future.
Urs Fischer is a Swiss artist from Zurich who is currently exhibiting at Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art, his first museum retrospective with magical works including incredible “Horses Dream of Horses” in 2004, representing 1500 of giant rain drops made of plaster and resin. To discover in the following pictures.