Photographer and motion designer living in Spain, A. L. Crego is the author of street art works to which he gives life through animated GIF. These frescos in movement interact with the environment around them. A selection of his GIF is available in the gallery.
To promote their cars line “Caddy Maxi Life”, Volkswagen asked the artistic director Yann Gressier of the advertising School ESA Saint Luc Tournai, in Belgium, to design prints on the baseline “Live the Road as in the Cinema”. The team has represented roads and cult movie scenes such as Titanic, Lion King, Up, King Kong and E.T.
Photojournalist Kyle Grantham of “The News Journal in Delaware” has recently completed a series of double exposure and black and white portraits of city Wilmington’s council members. Each bust is put in profile with in juxtaposition, on his back, the horizon of a place that the politic likes particularly.
The project “Ekimetrics” in Paris consists in the setting of 1000 square meters of offices with furniture and wooden blocks that allow a pleasant and ludic interactions for the employees. Architect Estelle Vincent is the creator of the installations “Eki.Cube”, “Eki.Truck”, “Eki.Table”, “Eki.Gallery” and “Eki.Cabane” that are between professional meetings and convivial spaces.
Matthew Brush is a talented American photographer who lives and works in Los Angeles. Nomad from a young age thanks to some family’s road trip, he spends his time capturing people and their time living in various areas of natural or more city dwellers. Mountains, deserts, oceans, streets, everything goes and Matthew creates fascinating images.
Italian studio Rota-Lab has imagined the bench “Arboreus”. With its wooden rising and waving branches, this bench has been entirely made by hand with American walnut tree and massive ash. Inspired by natural and organic shapes, this sculpture can be an interesting playground for your pets.
With his collection “Bancs Spaghetti”, designer Pablo Reinoso re-invents the conventions of the public benches’s design basing on the theme of the “spaghetti” pastas. Made in wood, these benches have extremities that climb and curl like spaghettis, with a movement that fits to the architecture of the place they have been thought for.
Kehinde Wiley Kehinde Wiley is a painter based in New York. As the contemporary descendent of a long line of portraitists, he appropriates the signs and visual rhetoric of the heroic that he integrates in black urban youth representations : power, opulence, majestic and sublime associate with the dress codes of hip-hop.
“Brand by Hand” by Sara Marshall, a creative mind living in New-Zealand, is a project of typography that explores the different possibilities of logos for different brands such as FedEx, Burger King, Subway, Flickr, YouTube, Skype, Evian and Coca-Cola. The logos have been made by hand and conserved their initial colors.
For the launching of their new Crossover, Renault and Publicis Conseil have collaborated to imagine a campaign around the thematic of time : “Make your Time Great”. The creative team thought about calling the actor Kevin Spacey in order to make him talk about some of his greatest roles, in the car : American Beauty, Usual Suspects and House of Cards.