Canadian artist Wanda Koop just released a series of canvas entitled “VIEW from HERE”, which mixes two different genres : portrait and landscape. With ink and acrylic paint, she composes surreal faces made of landscapes’ elements. She questions what we really are, how we construct ourselves socially and what we understand about our relationship with the natural world.
“Ti.Vedo” (meaning “I see you”, in Italian) is a lamp shaped like a owl, imagined by designer Matteo Ugolini for the brand Karman which is specialized in interior lighting. The structure was made in white ceramic and the two big eyes of the bird enlighten in the dark. Available in table or wall versions, with different sizes.
Discover the stunning pictures took by photographer Paul Zizka, while climbing with alpinist Mike Stuart and Takeshi Tani the Athabasca Glacier in Alberta, Canada. On these images, the beauty of this place is literally enhanced by the northern lights illuminating the glacier. A magical spectacle to discover in the gallery.
Japanese graphic designer Wataru Yoshida, made a mammal’s posters set while studying at Tama Art University. This creation was designed to an imaginary exhibition at the Tokyo National Museum of Nature and Science. The mamma’s bony anatomy is drawn on their skin. The realization of these creations is amazing through the artist’s precision and attention to detail.
Here is a campaign directed by Stefan Wernik and produced by Guy Jamieson, luxury river cruises agency Scenic Tours presents its creativity and identity : gradually, illustrations, quotes and animations created by Arthur Collie and Alexander Watson create links elegantly on a Stephen Frost‘s soundtrack.
Photographer and videomaker Aaron Baltimore, based in Paris, has been to the festival Coachella, located in the middle of the desert, and came back with very beautiful pictures. In pale colors of pink, blue and yellow pastel, he managed to capture the sweet atmosphere of this event and all the beauty of this place.
Besides the installation Light in Water, the exhibition “The Play of Brilliants” presents many more monumental artworks. On the theme of light, artists and designers such as WHITEvoid, Haberdashery, Soo Sunny Park and Flynn Talbot have imagined impressive sculptures. A sensorial and interactive experience composed of 11 installations and available until 31st of May, at the Eléphant Paname (Paris).
Created by student Matt Ritani and Declan Graver, this curious unshaven tower located in the middle of the New-Zealand countryside is composed by old tyre scraps. This 12 meters high structure called “Belly of the Beast” has won the student Brique Bay Folly contest. To discover in images.
3D animation studio Elastic, who did the True Detective‘s main title, is also behind the main title of the new Netflix/Marvel tv show : “Daredevil”. Patrick Clair and his team of 2D/3D designers have imagine a sequence all in red, like the superhero’s costume in comic books, with a melting liquid that recalls blood.