Finnano Fenno started a photo series entitled “Finny Car” that he shares on his Instagram account. He takes car’s pictures and draws digital graffitis on his phone. Very funny and colorful wall drawings that interact smartly with the car, to discover in the gallery.
“Web Popularity Products” is an original series created by London-based photographer Valerio Loi. This series shows different social networks turned into real alimentary products put on supermarkets’ shelves. Facebook becomes a chocolate spread and Instagram turns into a can. The whole with smart tags.
At 27 years old, Mexican student Mal De Mar shares via Instagram all his trips in all around the world, thanks to his iPhone. Temples, insolite and symbolic places, the books he’s reading, traditional shops, he takes photos of all the places he visits and all the beautiful things he sees.
Nastya Ptichek is a Ukrainian artist who has had the excellent idea to use world famous paintings, and to embed with talent elements of our digital culture, namely various notifications Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Different sets collected under the project “Emoji-Nation”. A selection of which can be discovered in the article, including diversion of Edward Hopper works.
The program of the first best-of Fubiz of April, here is a selection inside the offices of major companies representing various well known as Google, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, Nike and other iconic names. We have chosen a selection of the most creative offices, original and aesthetic. Impressive interior and exterior architecture to discover later in this Best-of architectures.
Ecuadorian illustration Javier Pérez brings some joy in Instagram by playing with everyday things to draw and represent a scene. An Oreo turns into a terrestrial globe or a spinning vinyl ; a injection becomes a mosquito ; and Charlie Chaplin’s stick is actually a piece of staw. More scenes full of imagination and subtlety in the article.
Located in San Francisco, offices Instagram social network were designed by Geremia Design, already behind the decoration of Dropbox offices. Offering a collection of retro furniture and multiple references to vintage photography, the offices are to be found in a series of images in the future.