Black Light Bikes is a project by Brazilian photographer Marcelo Maragni in collaboration with Red Bull. The idea : Cover freestylers and bike with fluorescent paint and film it by night. In this context, the director plunges this sport in a new universe, revealing light on the beauty of this discipline.
Photographer Swopes shares on her Instagram account surrealistic pictures of the city she lives in : New York City. We see the horizon drowned in the obscurity of the night and the clarity of a giant moon, skyscrapers pouring the ocean or the water flooding the Big Apple. Find out more in our images’ selection.
Recently, Microsoft shows signs of a return to the forefront of the technologic scene. After Windows 10, here is Hololens: an augmented reality headset using a holographic processor. This processor will display 3D elements with which the user can interact in the real environment in the form of holograms.
Lili Lite is a multifunctional shelf to put your books. Designed by Dutch Studio Smeets Design, this furniture can be suspend above a reading place and can be used as a lamp and a bookmark at once. By the way, the lamp lights up automatically when the book is removed to read. To discover.
After their project Hair Highway, the Studio Swine comes back with their “Meteorite Shoes” : high heels made in Italian leather inside and in aluminium foam outside in order to imitate asperities and the color of a meteorite. They drew their inspiration from the shape of Comet 67P/Tchourioumov-Guérassimenko captured by the robot Philae sent in the space.
Dillon Markey an animator for Robot Chicken, recently integrate a piece of his childhood into his line of work. Using a re-modeled Nintendo Power Glove, which was developed by Nintendo Entertainment System in the late ’80s, it’s granted him better control of his animations with maximum efficiency. To discover in video.
Zhou Hongtao is a designer, artist and researcher working in the interdisciplinary areas of furniture design, sculptural installation and architecture. “Textscapes” merges font design with 3D printing to generate 3D documents which the reading process become an interactive and artistic experience not only for the general audience but blind individual as well.
French artist Élise Morin, that we’ve known thanks to her first installation Waste Landscape in Paris, comes back with the same project to represent France during the Art Festival White Night 2014, in Slovakia, at the Kunsthalle – Hall of Art. In the middle of 40 artistic projects lead by creators coming from 14 countries, she has introduced her amazing and shining hills made with 60 000 CD sewn by hand.