App CloudMagic has created a set of visual graphics depicting with humor the two kinds of email users in the world : Between those who directly read and clean e-mail and those who let their mailbox crowded out, or between those who use few messaging services and others who use only one.
The project “Pneumàtic” was thought by Spanish artists OOSS, Iago Buceta and Mateu Targa for the street-art Festival Ús Barcelona. To defy the traditional use of architecture, they have set installations of cut tires and fixed them on the walls in a linear and circular way, in order to give the impression that the tire disappears in the concrete.
Quentin Tarantino is one of those movie makers with many inspirations, that he integrates perfectly to his movies. Put in parallel by Jacob T. Swinney, these references are eloquent. We note that the some scenes of “Psycho” directed by de Hitchcock inspired “Pulp Fiction” or that “Kill Bill” make a reference to “Citizen Kane”. Tarantino is a man from the cinema world and this comparison is a new confirmation.
Inspired by the book Paris vs New-York, Stylight magazine has compared the magic of the Oscars and the glamor of Cannes film festival. We discover the subtle differences between la Croisette and Hollywood, even similarities between celebrities. Everything is illustrated with a lot of humor as diptychs.
Hoang Tien Quyet, member of the Vietnam Origami Group, makes origamis since his childhood. Thanks to his encounters in the the Group, he learned the “wet folding” : a technique of folding with wet paper that adds a majestic dimension to the foxes, birds, lions, sheep and fish he imagines.
Zaha Hadid Architects office imagined the project of a large housing complex in Monterrey in Mexco focusing on interconnected pieces. Apartments will be luminous through large bay windows. There will be many community spaces with a 30 000 square meter park. First stage will be finalized in 2018.
For its 250th anniversary, famous cognac brand Hennessy pass the torch on to the artists and encourage them to create today for the next generations. The short movie is directed by Louis De Caunes, starring Adrianne Ho, André and Josef Cannon. The staging is in the forme of a countdown to the creation of the world of tomorrow.
Kirigami paper artist Marc Hagan-Guirey, recreated, in his “Cut Scenes” collection, some famous Star Wars movies scenes in the forme of mini and 3D paper sculptures. Colored and monochromatic lighting of his work reflects its meticulousness and complexity. Through a successful crowdfunding campaign, an exhibition is scheduled this summer. An original way to rediscover these classics.
Focus on the most insolite and original buildings and homes from around the world : from Guangzhou to Lebanon, through England, France and Serbie. From each corner of the world, clients, architects and creators are full of imagination and design building that are shaped like a jungle on top of a skyscraper, a pyramid, a floating house and spinning-tops and a plane.
Julien Coquentin is the author of the series “The Dead Zone” that stages a floating black cube in the middle of the French countryside’s landscapes. Inspired by the graphic novel « La Fièvre d’Urbicande » by Schuiten & Peeters, he considers the cube as a black box, a black room that encloses his childhood, a dead zone of his memories that levitates in places haunted by his past.
Studio Wolfgang Buttress got busy with an installation in the UK pavilion during the Milan Expo 2015, started since 1st May. “Inside the Hive” is an architectural and monumental sculpture that imitates a beehive with alveolus shapes. At night, the installation lights up thanks to a LED lights dispositive.
Three friends decided to travel across famous movies and TV series shooting places, integrating with a tablet some scenes that was filmed there and posting the result on their blog. “Forest Gump”, “The Avengers”, “Game of Thrones” or “Sherlock” are stage in its scenery. The precision of the work gives a new way to appreciate these movies and series.