Kalle Ljung traveled in Antarctica during twenty days between December 2014 and January 2015. Armed of a GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition camera and a DJI Phantom 2 drone, he offers a sublime flight above the icebergs of the ice continent. Blue-toned colors pass before our eyes, with a soundtrack that invites to travel.
Brian Woo, aka Dr Woo, is a genius tattoo artist already known in Hollywood for having inked celebrities like Drake and Cara Delevingne. He draws stuff like palm trees, wolves and constellations, the all made with a very pure and delicate graphic style. It’s not surprising that this artist is full for the six next months.
Here are the winners of the 2015 Underwater Photography Contest hosted by the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Each year since 2005, the school invites amateur photographers from around the world to submit their best underwater photographs. The first prize have been awarded to Andrey Shpatak for his incredible capture of a Japanese War Bonnet in Rudnaya Bay.
Barcelona-based illustrator Cinta Vidal Agulló plays with gravity laws and architectural conventions to create paintings of reversed perspectives and scenes. His artworks are painted on wood panels, with acrylic paint, and is inspired by the work of M.C. Escher where each construction and mental structure is slotted inside out.
Dávid Velenczei had fun making a supercut from Wes Anderson’s movies, on the theme of violence. On a music by Mark Mothersbaugh – “Bookstore Robbery”, we can see that the violence is often light and childish although it can become sometimes tragic. A beautiful panorama of attaching characters in “The Royal Tenenbaums”, “Rushmore”, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and many more.
Based in Seattle, photographer Brittany Wright, passionated by the kitchen and food-art, makes culinary still lives, of fruits and vegetables that play with harmonious colors’ graduations, rainbows of food that comes from the most mature to the most green, the smallest to the biggest.
On “The Times” and “The Sunday Times” Youtube channel we can discover a short documentary about the historic font “Times New Roman” that appeared in 1931 for the first time in “The Times” newspaper and that’s the default font of the word processing software “Words” developed by Microsoft.