Focus on the work of Dalton Portella, musician, painter and photographer with a passion for nature and the sky. In his series devoted to storms, it reveals the aesthetics, fascinating, but also terrifying natural phenomena.
Tim Rotermund achieved these beautiful packaging for the brand T. A modern and harmonious design in each of the packaging: boxes of tea, paper cups and bags are in the same harmony with pastel colors such as pink, blue and white. Each product is marked with a T, embossed or simply printed.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of visuals that represent iconic costumes worn by characters from famous films, and also various equipment used for special jobs as mountain climber. The goal is to recognize movies like “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” through different outfits shown.
The identity of the Zador brand, manufacturer of natural soaps handmade by combining the traditions and methods of the most modern manufacturing. Zador family soap contains only natural ingredients and comes in 7 different flavors (cocoa, lavender, cherry blossoms, red wine …). A nice discovery photographed by Balázs Glodi.
Chinook Arc is an interactive illuminated sculpture by Creative Machines. The shape is inspired by the historic tramway loop of the city of Calgary. Visitors Chinook Arc have complete control over lighting by an optical sensor which projects the movements and colors on the installation.
Here are original illustrations by Michał Bednarski for his book “The subjective guide of the city”. The different graphics represented various places of the city, accompanied by a text giving differents informations about it. Colors and shapes gives the impression of an imaginary world.
Based in Barcelona, the American artist and sculptor Frank Plant provides us with his latest work made of painted steel called Oh The Humanity! . He offers us a lovely beach scene, occupied only by people with red hair, playing with our perception to make this representation both banal but tinged with a strange feeling.
The french photographer Nicolas Bouvier makes us discover mysterious places he captures in black and white. People are dwarfed by the towering silhouettes of trees, mountains, or the mysterious mist. Although these landscapes are real, the artist makes us discover a magical world with each photography.