Pell Mell is a Paris-based agency representing international 3D artists. Among them, there is Serial Cut, a studio that creates colorful still lives. A beautiful selection of its work is to be found in the gallery.
Graduated from the Ecole des Gobelins, young and talented photographer Marine Billet has collaborated with Hellena Burchard for the series “Night’s Projection” : 5 photos of luminous geometric forms’ projections in anamorphosis in the middle of wild landscapes at night. Without any post-production, she created the different forms she wanted on Photoshop beforehand. A beautiful intervention of articifial shapes in a nature that she models.
From 4th July to 5th October, “Dissection” by Vhils was open at the EDP Fondation – Electricity Museum in Lisbon. It’s a monument of contemporary art which could assisted more than 65,000 visitors. Back to the images of the event with the making-of video viewable at the end of the article.
“Surfaces” is a series of pictures captured by Swiss photographer Matthieu Gafsou. This series gathers a beautiful gallery of images showing the buildings and nature’s architecture of Tunisia. The lines are often pure and saturated, filled by desert views or green’s touches that we can find on grasses and palm trees.
For the “Riverside” penthouse, recently renovated, English architects Foster Lomas imagined this amazing staircase with an elegant movement of spiral. This staircase decorates like a sculpture the living room, while lighting it up thanks to its lights installation, its color and its smooth and shiny texture.
Designed to be hung on a tree branch, this experimental chandelier featured a woven fishnet that collects natural water as the morning dew and the rain to gradually crystallize it, forming stalactites. At night, the light’s rays reflect in the ice and create a sublime brightness. A project made by Arturo Erbsman to discover in the article.
For the National Design Center in Singapore, Japanese studio Nendo has showed again the full extent of his talent with a curation of Japanese objects staged under the name of ‘Hidden – Unveiling Japanese Design’. Simple and inspiring objects placed perfectly directed by Japanese designers with a set of optical illusions, to be discovered in the article.