Sweetgrass Productions invites us to discover a new extract of Valhalla, a film about skiing that has been awarded many times. This passage invites us to discover a session ski without snow, filmed in the middle of a green forest. A superb extract, to discover in video after the jump.
Franck Bohbot is a French photographer living in New York, and who loves to stroll in the Big Apple to capture its unique atmosphere. With The Game We Play, the artist likes to identify with superb picture basketball and street ball playgrounds in the city. A lovely set to discover in pictures now.
Located in San Francisco, the new offices of the company Dropbox were designed by Boor Bridges Architecture and Geremia Interior Design offers a framework of high quality. Seeking to create a rivalry between teams with collaborative spaces, such spaces are to be discovered in the pictures following a series of photographs not Bruce Damonte.
For the French Fête des Lumières 2013, Tetro presented in Lyon at the Hôtel de Région Rhône-Alpes GRID, a monumental kinetic light installation, designed by Christopher Bauder Berliner, founder of Whitevoid. This light structure made of 150 bars motorized suspended LEDs, offers a dynamic grid of 22m long, to see the video after the jump.
With The World Outside my Window, David Peterson and Random Photon Productions used and edited the videos offered by the ISS made available the public license Creative Commons by NASA. The assembly of these timelapse videos allows to show beautiful images of the Earth, but also to see a comet passing behind the Earth dramatically. More in the article.
After several highly successful series, including some that were released on Fubiz, the Hungarian photographer Akos Major is back with this selection called ‘Spiaggia Photography. Always looking for empty spaces, the artist captures here the beaches , emptied of tourists because of the cold season, and therefore provides an interesting contrast. A series to discover images in the future.
Based in St. Petersburg, the artist Arina Pozdnyak offers us a series of posters and calendar of incredible beauty. Perpetual Calendar is simply a minimalist approach to the subject, proposing to forget the exact day to live the present moment. Images of nature superbly worked to discover in the future.