In line with the series In your Fridge by Stephanie de Rouge, this project here and this series “You Are What You Eat” made by photographer Mark Menjivar. Work around the food consumed by Americans and reflect on lifestyle, thanks to shooting different refrigerators.
Discovery of shots of this wedding photographer Sam Hurd capturing landscapes and nature in the country of New Zealand. Spectacular images and a complete set “Shots of New Zealand” to discover later in the article.
Focus on this impressive series “Inside Google Data Center” by architectural photographer Connie Zhou at the heart of Google’s data centers. Servers and pipes representing the millions of data exchanged on the global Internet. Rendering to discover later in the article.
Here is the highly original and offset from the street artist who Mobstr, like Banksy, diverts billboards and public environment. With stencils, he filed the letter after letter sound bites on the walls of London. More images of his actions later in the article.
Here is an exclusive on Fubiz, the new film and advertising campaign of the brand Quechua by the agency Fred & Farid summarizing its products and its universe. A showreel of a soundtrack Hush you listening, with Studio capturing images of Ores, Capsus Film and Simon Favier.
An impressive trailer unveiled for the 2012 edition of the festival “5 Point Film” the theme of nature. Work video directed and edited by Anson Fogel, produced by Forge Motion Pictures on a soundtrack for the M83 group. Discover in images after the jump.
Focus on the exploits of French Pierre Chauffour which reveals in a video his first experience in balancing Sordidon Circus, in Verdon. Beautiful and impressive images above the emptiness.
An initiative of Jorge Gonzalez and his partner decided to go across the U.S. with their Canon 7D hand, to discover the beautiful landscapes. This journey of 5158.3 miles across nearly 17 states is to discover in video.
Sundry Productions unveils a video he could achieve with his Canon 7D in a good program in Japan, discovering the terrible consequences of the tsunami in the village Minamisanriku. A video full of emotions to discover in the sequel.
Focus on the paintings of Michael Peck. Concerned with the feeling of disorientation, the latter reveals works very calm in which the themes of war and children are recurrent. Rendering impressive to see in a picture gallery to discover in the sequel.
By Marc Reisbig at Passion Pictures, here is a video promoting the evolution of the Oslo airport by the year 2017. With a stop-motion animation, the video promotes improvements to the airport with poetry and elegance.
Here’s a student project for Ray-Ban in the form of an iPhone application. Wanting to help their customers in large cities spend more time in the sun, this application proposes to locate places according to the sunny hours and sun exposure.
Andrew Miller has the excellent idea to do this project called Brand Spirit. Every day, he painted a white object and takes photographs, each of these items valued under $ 10. An ongoing project to discover in the sequel.
Baptiste Debombourg is a contemporary artist who considers himself a scientist in his laboratory. He likes to use and cross materials, objects to create impressive facilities. This reveals some of his works in the following section.
Thought by Red Design Group, The Candy Room is a surreal candy store in Melbourne, Australia. A successful idea, with the goal to think a shop to discover a new experience trying to interpellate the customer.