Imaginated by architect Emanuele Boaretto, Y-40 is a pool breaking records with its depth. Dug up to 40 meters, this pool filled with thermal water offers intermediaries level of depth and some caves. An ideal place for divers. To discover in images.
After his moon project, Spanish street-artist SpY has recently written for the Nuit Blanche the phrase “I’m not a real artist” with phosphorescent paint. After absorbing the light of the sun and the spots, the quote lights up itself when the night falls on the Parisian building’s facade.
Designed by Italian artist Piergiorgio Cazzaniga for MDF Italia, this series named Lofty Chair is the result of an ingenious handwork and technology use. The seat has a self-supporting structure : like a spinning-top, it’s attached to its gravity center. The collection is to discover in images.
The Keyboard of Isolation is an installation conceived by Jody Xiong in order to denounce human fictitious relationships and loneliness caused by the pervasiveness of computers in everyday life. The artist has consequently arranged a hundred figurines locked in jars, the whole giving form to a giant computer keyboard. More details in images et vidéo.
Through his series “Intersections”, Swedish photographer Bertil Nilsson wanted to explore dancers’ humans bodies as a multitude of intersections in the city and its architecture, defined by the grace of their movements and the flexibility of their bodies. A series full of finesse and elegance, to discover.
Yo-Ho is a brand of Japanese craft beer paying much attention to its production but also to the design of its cans. According to the taste and the brewing of the beer, cans offer a variety of several graphics models. “Suiyoubi no Neko” is rather light and fruity while “Yona Yona”, more bitter, will be ideal with a ramen. To discover in images.
The Key Art Awards rewards trailers, teasers but also movie posters that we have seen all year long on the Internet, billboards’ ads, magazines and in the subway. Here’s the finalists’ list (announced on 6th October) for the posters and print category : from Fury to Gravity, through Godzilla, Nebraska and Hunger Games. Winners will be revealed during a ceremony on 23rd October in Hollywood.
Stitch Bears is an online shop design items inspired by nature and childhood. For this project, the brand collaborate with Ahhaproject agency to devise these delicious white sticks. Gourmet ice in appearance which actually turn out to be organic goat milk soaps made with avocado, camellia and almond. A fresh and delicious concept to discover in pictures.
German photographer Sven Fennema takes panoramic pictures of abandoned places in Europe, captured with a 360 degrees angle : churches in Poland, cemeteries and deserted casinos in Italy, and also empty villas belonging to mental hospitals. To discover through a beautiful gallery of images and symmetries.
New-York-based artist Tom Fruin (the author of the Water Tower in New York) has decided to spread his colorful plexiglas installations in many parts of Europe with his project “Kolonihavehus” : a little house reflecting the light as church’s windows. We can admire his installations establishing since 2010 in many cities of Denmark, in Czech Republic, in Austria and today in New York.
Mexican architects Cadena+Asociados have thought Hueso Restaurant’s interior, located in the district of Guadalajara, in Mexico. The project was to renovate a building built in the 40′s and to make a place that lets us see the squelette of the structure. An interior which reminds us of curio cabinets, with a dominance of white, wood and ceramic, to discover through Jaime Navarro’s pictures.
On the occasion of the Adobe Max 2014 conference held in Los Angeles last week, the American photographer Ami Vitale was able to share her travels and ties and moments she was able to forge with all those people around the world. Wonderful shots to discover in the rest of the article, whereas her speech on stage is to discover here.