Lotta Nieminen is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director from Helsinki we had already talked about. She has studied graphic design and illustration at the University of Art and Design Helsinki and the Rhode Island School of Design. Lotta now runs her own New York-based studio. In 2014, she was nominated for Forbes magazine’s annual 30 Under 30 list in the Art & Style category. Here is a selection of her illustration work.
Ukrainian architectural firm 2B.Group recently completed The Cake, French and modern pastry in Kiev, Ukraine. Stands in the middle of this place, a sculpture that looks suspiciously like those of Jeff Koons and bears the following inscription: “Only looks like a Koons dog, but it is not”.
Here is a selection of animated posters by the artist Mr.Whaite. His creations includes the main elements of story or stagged movie heroes such as King Kong or Batman and Robin. Treated with retro neon, these posters are reminiscent of the Las Vegas and Broadway bright signs. To discover in images.
Owen Davey is an English illustrator based in Leicester. The artist already has a very successful career behind him. He has worked with prestigious client like Lego, Wired Magazine, and Microsoft. His style is fairly similar of its namesake Robin Davey, very pronounced colors underline a remarkable flat design.
A lost man in a quest of love and truth where three women gravitate, played by Natalie Portman, Imogen Poots and Cate Blanchett. Here’s the story of the upcoming Terrence Malick’s movie, after To The Wonder and The Tree of Life, where Christian Bale embodies the hero’s skin. No date of release has been revealed, which lets us enough time to replay this speechless and beautiful trailer.
In Nazare, in Portugal, on the last 11th of december, there were amazing waves on the Praia do Norte beach, that photographer Rafael Marchante, from Reuters agency, has immortalized. This surf spot has known its popularity because of the record of Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara who surfed the largest wave in 2011.
Here’s the new ad Apple - “The Song” where we can see a young lady discovering an old vinyl on which her grand mother has recorded her voice for her dead husband, decades ago. Today, it’s the grand daughter’s turn to continue this memory by changing the song, thanks to the technology of Apple products. A beautiful Christmas gift, to watch.
This 2015 calendar is maybe the most poetic one. Imagined and made by Carla Cascales, this calendar celebrate each month of the year with a paper cut of the first month’s letter, carefully interlaced with an illustration. Each month features also a little Haiku which invite to meditation and optimism. To discover.
“Project anywhere” is an augmented reality project created by Studio Any. Through the combination of several technologies, the project brings together people from the most remote places to coexist in the same virtual atmosphere. The boundary between the real and the virtual is becoming increasingly blurred.
The short animated movie Home Sweet Home was directed by Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazevet and Stéphane Paccolat at Supinfocom Arles for the end of their studies in 2013. It tells the story of a living house, in the suburbs, which escapes from its sad environment to live adventures and travel. On a music by Valentin Lafort, a touching animated movie to watch.
Light Motif is conceived as a synaesthetic experience based on a visual transposition of Music for 18 Musicians – Section II, by the American composer Steve Reich. Directed by Frédéric Bonpapa, The ambition of the film is to offer a truly hypnotic experience where music can be “seen”, man as monkey being a spectator of the scene. To discover in video.