While he already impressed us with his artworks, talented creative Antoni Tudisco signed for Yatra a series of 3D visuals symbolizing various countries. A campaign called “Come Back Richer” signed by McCann India.
As well as sailing on the Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal, this strange ship called Jerko also serves as an ecological house thanks to its self-sufficiency energy. Inside, the vintage decor gives a special touch to this incredible home that his owner,
Based in Paris, the sculptor Mozart Guerra, creates since few years surprising sculptures. The artist weaves nylon threads around foam portraits that he uses as basis. By playing with colors and contrasts, he gives to his pieces an hypnotic visual effect and astonishing texture. To discover in images.
Under the art direction of Stepan Azaryan, the Backbone Studio created the Gawatt Emotions Cup : cups with little characters whose moods can change by turning the sleeve. Commissioned by Armenian coffee shop Gawatt, illustrations of this project were made by Narine Manvelyan and the design was elaborated by Karen Gevorgyan.
Le réalisateur et photographe Camille Marotte, armé de son Canon EOS-1D C, nous livre dans une vidéo intitulée “If Tomorrow Starts Without Me” des images de l’Inde, du Vietnam, du Sénégal et du Maroc d’une incroyable beauté. Une création à couper le souffle qui se dévoile dans la suite de l’article.
Jesse Leeworthy and Jonathan Byrt are the two Australian creators of the Memo Bottle : it’s a bottle with the shape of a notebook that we can put easily in a bag or a briefcase. It exists in 3 formats : A4, A5 and “letter”. Only one month remains to support their project on Kickstarter.
In this series of rather unexpected photos, Istanbul-based photographer and architect Can Dagarslani features two identical and inseparable young women. Dressed and positioned in the same way, both models seem almost static, raised and articulated like dolls. Find out more in the gallery.
Helsinki-based artist Caroline Slotte creates amazing artworks from ceramic simple or antique plates. In the middle of the plate that she carves and sands, she adds little life scenes and landscapes in relief. Her series called “Landscape Multiple” is to discover at the Kunstnerforbundet gallery, in Oslo, and in images in the article.