Photographer Vincent Laforet, whose we already have talked about on Fubiz, shows us here an amazing view on the city of New York. From a helicopter, he makes us discover the big apple, at night, through aerial cliches where we can admire the city lights. Find out more in the gallery.
Imagined by Shani Ha, “Table for Two” is a ground-breaking concept of bistro table split between the interior and exterior of a New-York restaurant. This smart interactive installation remind us the art piece of Edward Hopper, “Nighthawks” and leads us to re-examine the question of social interaction in cities. Find out more in the gallery and on Shani’s website.
Artist, architect, dancer and yoga teacher, Anja Humljan thought the Urban Yoga project from an ambition : inviting people to experiment with their bodies what they feel, touch, smell, hear and taste in the city. She started series of photos in Paris, Madrid, New York and Ljubljana to change the way she feels and moves in the city. According to her, the city must not be felt as a disturbing space but more like a vital source of energy.
Young American photographer Johnny Joo, from Caters News agency, released a series of pictures of an abandoned and mysterious hospital, located in Perrysburg, in the West of New York. This ruined clinic received tuberculosis patients. We can see now the walls falling apart, filled by mold, broken windows, and rubble everywhere.
For the clip of Color War and their song “Shapeshifting”, from their latest album “It Could Only Be This Way”, videomaker Crystal Moselle (represented by Sibling Rivalry Studio) has directed a video staging 3 young ballerinas in the heart of New York : they make little steps in Times Square, their stretchings in Manhattan and turn around a man, on tip-toe, in subway passages.
Photographer Swopes shares on her Instagram account surrealistic pictures of the two cities she visits : New York City and Chicago. We see the horizon drowned in the obscurity of the night and the clarity of a giant moon, skyscrapers pouring the ocean or the water flooding the Big Apple. Find out more in our images’ selection.
Studio Spin Ceramics!, founded in 2002, inspires their work with Chinese porcelains’ design by adding their own “spin”. Already owners of stores in Beijing, Changsha and Singapore, they recently have opened one in New York City. A selection of their products is available in the gallery.
In the occasion of an exhibition in Venise focusing on cities and inhabitants identity, digital artist Istvan has created a series of posters illustrating big cities seen from the sky and the influences they have on the surrounding environment. We can find this artwork for New-York, Paris and even Beijing or Tokyo. Find out more in the gallery.
Lotta Nieminen is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director from Helsinki we had already talked about. She has studied graphic design and illustration at the University of Art and Design Helsinki and the Rhode Island School of Design. Lotta now runs her own New York-based studio. In 2014, she was nominated for Forbes magazine’s annual 30 Under 30 list in the Art & Style category. Here is a selection of her illustration work.
New York-based artist Eric Cahan explores lights and forms to create sculptural pieces inspired by sunsets, sunrises, science and nature.The artist, seeking to capture a moment of nature, photographes his works under the sun, facing the sea, surrounded by plants, in sum in natural places. The circle is complete.