Ogilvy & Mather Colombia asked Juan Cárdenas and Andrés Astorquiza to imagine the next print campaign for the ink cartridges of the brand Ecofill. On the baseline “Don’t let (ink) run out when you need it the most”, we can see people in funny situations where they lose their clothes, matching with the ink colors cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
For this best-of, we have gathered the most beautiful collages creations of the last years. With threads and needles, with paper and glue, with retouch softwares and also old photographs and surrealistic visuals ; the imagination of these artists is infinite. Our selection is to discover in the gallery.
Artist Michael Anthony Simon creates sculptures of colorful spiderwebs made from real spiders he gets outside and brings into his studio. He lets the spiders do their job and sprays their webs with a protective coat that solidifies their strings and paints them in vivid colors afterwards. He lets the spiders go after their efforts and doesn’t keep them more than 24 hours.
Twenty Thai animators chose to pay tribute to the emblematic Japanese animation studio Ghibli, founded in 1985 by the two famous Japanese directors Hayao Miyazaki et Isao Takahata. In a two minutes video, they selected twenty animation perfectly chose, remembering all different styles produced by the studio.
American artist Tim Doyle pays tribute to emblematic locates of famous movies by interpreting it in beautiful illustrations, by representing the characteristic universe of each movie. From Star Wars to Pulp Fiction, passing by Fight Club, illustrator reminds us places frequented by the main characters of these movies.
Dutch director Menno Fokma and production company Mr. Frank are behind the new clip of the band Klangstof for their title “We Are Your Receiver”. We can see a group of mentally disoriented individuals, victims of their own obsessions. They’re trapped in little rooms, that the camera captures in panoramic, and controlled by an online entertainment company.
Spanish studio Serial Cut has collaborated with German artist Bartholot to imagine these images commissioned by studio Vasava for the OFF Festival Barcelona 2015. For the book of this Festival annual edition, they’ve staged masked and veiled characters in three colors : black, grey and purple.
Swedish watches TRIWA, specialized in watches and sunglasses, imagined a collection of watches in collaboration with artist Erik Bjerkesjö. The two watches are simply named No. 1 and No. 2 and are available for $285, in limited edition of 300 copies. The visuals we see in the dial are inspired by the iconic gold and silver triangles of M.C. Escher.