Focus on Eric Valli, photographer and French director. A superb job of focusing on the series around the Himalayas, the Middle East and Nepal living within local populations. Meetings, portraits and his pictures for National Geographic are to be discovered later in the article.
The designer and director based in London Fabrice Le Nezet presents this project sought to visually represent the idea of measurement. Its objective to materialize the notion of weight or distance is very successful, playing with talent with the play of light and materials modeled. To discover in the future.
Peter Crawley had the excellent idea to visually represent music known worldwide using the frequencies. Each line sewn with white thread of these posters is one minute of song. Minimalist rendition that pays homage to classic music like A Day in the Life or Whole Lotta Love. More after the jump.
Excellent infography concept with “The Olympic Rings” based on the rings of the Olympic Games, representing the different continents of the planet. Work Gustavo Sousa with statistical data according to this legend: (Oceania: blue, Europe: Black America: Red, Africa : yellow, Asia: green).
The photographer Olaf Mueller has an incredible talent. Whether to compose surrealist photographs or capture of top models for advertising campaigns of luxury, it still manages to bring a touch of strange and unreal. Snapshots from different worlds and its projects to discover later in the article.
Christian Dior unveils its new commercial called “Secret Garden – Versailles”. Directed by Inez & Vinoodh, this video shows us models Daria Strokus, Melissa Stasiuk and Xiao Wen Ju in evolving in the gardens of Versailles and “La Galerie des Glaces”. Punctuated by a video “Enjoy The Silence” Depeche Mode’s music, discover it in this article.
Canadian photographer Sara Cwynar invites us to discover these pictures of together objects she had collected for a decade and arranged by color. This miscellany of objects and give a visual appearance very successful in discovering in photographs in the following article and Cole Cooper Gallery in Toronto until August 18, 2012.
The Russian artist Alexey Bednij provides us with impressive photographic manipulations, playing with shadows on talent. Illustrating real patchwork between black and white silhouettes and shadows, rendering us into a universe simple and very successful, with visuals perfectly executed. More after the jump.
Homage to the Lost Spaces is a very successful installation of Mike Hewson, a New Zealand artist. The latter has taken parties of buildings in the city of Christchurch that were destroyed in an earthquake in 2011. Using a very realistic style, the result looks very realistic and visually very successful. More after the jump.