Joe Caslin is an Irish street artist that shows his involvement for the gay marriage in the streets of Dublin. A few day before the vote for the gay marriage, he made a giant fresco on the Galway Castle, inspired by the classical painting “The Meeting On Turret Stairs” by Irish painter Frederic William Burton. A few months earlier, he was the author of the project “Embrace” : a embrace between two men posted everywhere in the streets, in frescos and stickers.
Annabel Karim Kassar is behind the project “Camera Chiara” that is between architecture and installation. Made of two mobile pavilions : “Liwan”, the mobile cabin, and “Camera Obscura”, an itinerant cinema, this installation has the form of an old camera and can contain 30 people. It was designed for the exhibition “Energy For Creativity” planned by Italian magazine “Interni”.
Lisa Sorgini, whose we already have talked about for her series Flotsam, also makes “accidental” and funny collages on old pictures from National Geographic magazines she finds here and here. “Food Stamps” is a project where she integrates food, fruits or candies but also flowers, like stamps.
Previously presented for her monochromatic and childish sceneries Carolina Mizrahi reveals today her new series “Avatar ” in collaboration with Old Tat Magazine. This pink creative series denounces how internet can shape a virtual identity to people while disconnecting them from reality.
Rick Satava is a famous Californian glass sculptor. In real size, he realizes sculptures of jellyfish working with precision patterns and filaments’ movements. His technique allows him to have translucent colors. He designs almost 300 realistic sculptures per month and we can admire some in the movie “Guardians of the Galaxy”.
Australian director Benjamin Dowie keeps amazing us with his atmospheric videos and his trips around the world. For STA Travel, he went to Philippines to make a movie on this journey. On a music by Oliver Dowie, this video takes us in the middle of palm trees, under the sun, on a motorcycle and underwater.
For his new album entitled “BUSH” and produced by Pharrell Williams, Snoop Dogg allows himself the luxury of an amazing trio with him Steve Wonder for the track “California Roll”. The music video brings us in the imaginary universe of Snoop Dogg, driving a flying car, Pharrell Williams with gold teeth and Steve Wonder with his harmonica.
London-based organization 28 Too Many and UK agency Ogilvy released a campaign to fight against female genital mutilations. Through bloody flags sewn like a female sex, the campaign “It Happens Here” wants to denounce the fact that these kinds of practices also happen in European countries.
Young Austrian graphic designer and art director Maximilian Mauracher imagined what would be a MacBook and the Internet in a magazine version. Through 70 pages of screenshots, we can see the collection “Cutter the Internet” by fashion designer Eva Zar, based in Vienna. This work mixes smartly two areas a priori opposite : the print and the digital.