The artist Dillon Marsh offers with this series “For What It’s Worth” impressive metal spheres modeled in 3D, symbolizing by being inserted in old mines of South Africa a visual representation of the entire mass extracted from these places. Rendering impressive to discover in the article.
Fabrice Le Nezet recently made a installation within the Dalston Junction station in London sculptures. Reinterpreting with talent the visual representation of the concept of elasticity, these concrete cubes installed on metal grids give a surreal feeling, playing on the nature of the materials and the viewer’s perception. To discover in images as well as a video in the article.
For Hiltl, a vegetarian restaurant located in Zurich, Tobias Stierli worked with Ruf Lanz agency to design these 3D creations of inflated balloons representing with talent different vegetables. An impressive creatop, called “Inflatable Vegetables”, playing with our perception talent to be discovered in the article.
Summarizing a one-month trip to the land of the Rising Sun, Japan Love this great video made by David Parkinson with a Canon 5D mkIII delivers outstanding images of nature and everyday life, illustrating with talent on the remix of the song Message to Bears Holocene Bon Iver beauty of cities such as Kyoto, Nara or Nagano. More after the jump.
After their excellent initiative in Montreal in 2012, the Canadian design collective Daily Tous Les Jours created a new adaptation of these amazing light and music swings at the Green Box Arts Festival in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado. A nice initiative to discover in images in the future.
Partner of the ASP World Tour, Samsung decided to highlight the beauty of the surf in a beautiful advertising involving several professional surfers like Kelly Slater, Mitch Crews or Gabriel Medina. Beautiful pictures gathered under the name of “Everyday Day is Day One” directed by Mark Molloy with the Dutch agency 72andSunny.