During a 6 days journey in Berlin in May 2012, B-Zoomi invites us to discover the German capital in its best with a time-lapse perfectly controlled, enhanced by the music of Valentin Boomes.
As part of an artist residency for the Joshua Tree National Park in California on the border with Mexico, Daniel Kukl imagined this series of photographs called “The Edge Effect”. Visually very successful series of American photographer interested in the mirror effect is discovered in the future.
Keita Onishi made this outstanding clip for the song “Dynamics of the Subway” from the first album Haisuinonasa entitled “Animal Bodies”. Each note is represented here by a geometric shape in a vibrant and visually stunning set, to find the image of the underground rhythm. More in the future.
Recently inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, the new library at the University of Aberdeen conducted by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects unfolds in pictures. Covering an area of 15,500 m2, the building located in Scotland offers an impressive glass façade and can accommodate 14,000 students to read nearly 250,000 books and manuscripts. More in the future.
Studio Vollaerszwart conceived this “Tunnel of Love”, luminous experience made within the Festival Glow in Eindhoven. Using thousands of paper hearts, the tunnel offers a warm light and a place to focus on the interaction between architecture and the feeling of joy that the installation can cause. More in the future.
Very close visually from abstract paintings, these images are aerial photos that propose photographer Andre Ermolaev. These beautiful surroundings and rivers are indeed caught in Iceland by this artist who manages to bring back images of wild landscapes mostly inaccessible. His series is to discover in the future
Waldner is the name of this project futuristic table tennis incorporating computer system. Indeed, the table responds to touch players and the ball. Using a processor and voice recognition by Apple, this table sees, feels and hears the party, able to discuss a point to remind the player and their blows. More from this project designed by Robert Lindström in the article.
Photographer and designer David A. Reeves reveals his talent for staging a series of miniature vignettes made from cut paper silhouettes. Each image layers and offers several plans to create a striking depth of field, without omitting to refer to projects like the game Limbo or comic Walking Dead.
Originally dating from 2007, this animated film “Rock in the Road” is the result of five years of work by students from Southern Adventist University animation. And the result is impressive to say the least with this highly successful short film telling the story of a game boy a challenge designed to measure his strength of character. More in the future.
After five years of work a new avant-garde architectural design opened to the public that welcomes the treasures of Islamic art at the heart of the Visconti courtyard of Le Louvre Museum in Paris. This superb Department Arts of Islam is the result of collaboration with architects Rudy Ricciotti and Mario Bellini manufacturer Lafarge offers a beautiful museum