Driven by his imagination, German artist Tobias Wüstefeld composes digital illustrations representing incredible three-dimensional cities. The artist presents these mysterious islands through photos showing the architectural details, variations and subtleties of his models. To discover in images.
For the second year running, is proposed on the websiteCircular Calendar as the name indicate it, a circular calendar enabling a better visualization of calendar weeks, daily sun, moon cycles, summer and winter solstices, spring and autumn equinox. Really closed to the fried egg graphism, this calendar is a beautiful allegory of years running repeatedly, perpetual cycle of going in circles time.
Partnership between Sweetgrass Productions, Philips TV and the Sweden agency Ahlstrand & Wallgren, the short-movie Afterglow is a night off-piste descent featuring iconic figures of extreme sliding with custom-made LED suits. A beautiful wink to LED Surfer of Jacob Sutton published 2 years ago.
Who hasn’t, at least once in his life, bring back, from the city’s flagship vacation, an iconic souvenir to stick on the fridge ? “Impossible magnets” is a series of animated GIFs that refers to imaginary cities from mythical works. From Hill Valley to Gotham City through Jurassic Park, no fan will be left behind.
The “Tricycle House” is a little home in polypropylene plastic which has been built smartly on a tricycle by Chinese architects and designers from People’s Architecture and People’s Industrial Design Office. Exhibited at the Get it Louder Exhibition in Beijing, this project is a response to housing issues in China. A mobile home to discover.
Focus on the latest creation of French artist Tyrsa : the “tyrsamisu” between the typography and the pastry-making. Letters are in chocolate, raised on layers of creams, coffee and cacao powders. A collaboration with the pastry-chief Benoît Castel who has shared three different tiramisu’s recipes for the Parisian bakery LIBERTÉ. To discover through an Axel & Julien’s video.
In the style of Fan Ho that transcribed the poetry of Hong Kong in the 50s, the photographer Fred Lyon presents a touching portrait of San Francisco city from the 40′s to the 60′s by a series of black and white photographs. From the fisherman to the passerby, from the flourishing buildings to neon signs, the artist illustrates with sensitivity the vintage aspect of the Californian city.
This is the third time Breeder has been invited to create the opening titles for Analogue/Digital Creative Conferences in Australia. With a music making by Alabaster, the motion-design taking inspiration from mathematical parabolas is an exploration of real and digital worlds. A desire to show how they blur and collide.
For this best-of of October, we have thought about gathering for you the best of the LEGO inspiration : a universe made of bricks and little yellow characters that have certainly taken your time during your youth afternoons. Since, they didn’t stop influencing creation, even for the most adult : staged scenes made up by photographers, tables and bridges built by designers and architects, and also amazing sculptures created by artists.
Located in Saitama in Japan, the “S-House” was thought by Japanese architecture’s studio Yuusuke Karasawa Architects. The structure looks like a house that we can fold, like an accordion. The transparency reveals 5 floors linked by white staircases and beams, crossing each other. This transparent house was commissioned by a client who wanted to show the lack of privacy on the Internet era.
It was at MU Eindhoven in the Netherlands that the collective WE MAKE CARPETS celebrated its 5th anniversary by exhibiting its amazing creations : unusual carpets composed by items such as recycled glass bottles, pasta or figurines. A collection with various textures and colors to discover in the following.
Angélica Porfirio is a Brazilian student designer who handles brilliantly the art of 3D. She made an alphabet featuring a wooden structure upholstered by psychedelic patterned coatings. The technical and aesthetic treatment of her typography gives a very realistic work. To discover in the gallery.
Here is the first HomePod of the world : a house robot, or rather an independent mobile computer featuring a video projection system and a high-definition audio and video 360 system. This enable inhabitants to turn any room into an entertainment place depending on the activity they do. A project made by Keecker to discover in images and video.