Ozone Bar is among the highest bar in the world. Located at 118th floor (484 meters) of the ICC tower in Hong Kong in China, bar belongs to the Ritz-Carlton. Directed by the firm Wonderwall, development is amazing, the modules are unique and sets of lights are breathtaking.
For The Marlin Network, Brandon Voges (from Bruton Stroube Studios) has made the photos series and the website Donut Doubles in which we answer questions to know the donut that look like us the most. The series of photos associates diptyches of portraits with their doubles under the shape of a donut.
In exclusivity on Fubiz, here is the new videoclip of the Toulousain “space pop” duo Le Common Diamond for their song “After All” mixed by Ash Workman and Adrian Libeyre. A very beautiful video very inspired by Moonrise Kingdom and directed by Elliot Broue which will be released officially on May, 26th 2014.
With the philosophy of Bae Se Hwa is to achieve balance and harmony through the use of form and function. His works follow this philosophy, each representing drawings while minimalist curves : a perfect balance of natural elements and geometric construction that captivates the different human senses.
Paul Trillo and Microsoft have collaborated to direct a video for the mobile phone Nokia Lumia 1020 and its 41 megapixels’ camera. “Living Moments” shows the everyday life in New York with a camera that turns vertically at 360 degrees, changing of places for each round. A real experience produced by AFOG Productions.
Tom Geraedts has directed and designed the music video of Max Cooper for his song “Suppine”. He wanted to represent the complexity of nature and beauty through broken mirrors and celestial projections which reflect on the broken pieces. A beautiful puzzle produced by CakeFilm, to discover in video.
“I tradizionali” is a collection of recipes of tattoos that can be applied to the forearm while cooking the recipe. Created by two Italian designers: Marina Cinciripini and Sarah Richiuso, this project is both aesthetic but more importantly it allows the cook to remember the order in which the recipe must be prepared.