Danish architecture studio Bjarke Ingels Group (aka BIG) imagined a new horizon for the NYC skyline and new Twin Towers. The World Trade Center will may by two giant stairways leading to the sky, with 80 storeys in total. We could find stores but also offices.
In his collection “Fair Witness”, New York-based photographer David Lykes Keenan brings out, in black and white, the essence of the 21st century. The arrival of cellphones in our daily life, the consumer society and different generation who live together are in the center of our contemporary time and these picture perfectly highlight these aspects.
Alex Dany, founder of creative services agency Vann Alexandra, and Hamish Smyth, partner associate of Pentagram, imagined to pay tribute to the 468 subways stations of New York City by gather its names on a poster. Creation is available in two sizes and will be printed with eleven PANTONE colors. The project was successful when he was launched on Kickstarter.
Farago Design studio, based in New York and Séoul, was commissioned by the DownTown Alliance of New York to create illustrations of iconic buildings of the Wall Street district, which some of it are the oldest city skyscrapers. Creations are faithful to the architecture, highlighting so particular roofs of the constructions.
French artist Bardula had carte blanche to think a project of 5 installations around the theme of explosion and the Verre Harcourt, exhibited at the Hotel Baccarat in New York. These sculptures are made in brushed aluminium and shape an geometric group of shadows, light and the notion of 5 elements : fire, water, air, earth and quintessence.
At six months of the highly anticipated release of Star Wars VII, The Force Awakens, French artist Nicolas Amiard has just revealed an incredible artwork between fiction and reality. What would look like cityscapes of big cities such as Paris, New York and Rio de Janeiro if massive Star Wars spaceships were aground there ? A beautiful tribute to discover by waiting for december 18th, 2015.
In the framework of New-York Fashion-Week that took place in february 2015, designer and illustrator McAmis has created an exclusive illustrations series for Instyle Magazine depicting biggest fashion designers and musicians. Inspired by the eccentricity of these iconic people, the artist have painted little quirky water-color portraits of them. To discover.
After his fur interactive installation, the artist Daniel Rozin comes back, a week later, with a new kinetic experience to live at the Bitforms gallery, in New York, for the exhibition “Modification”. Still playing on the reflections, “The Penguins Mirror” features 450 motorized penguins that turn according to the movements of the viewer.
Kalel Koven, member of the agency Hans Lucas since 2015, is a self-taught French photographer who has travelled in New York City : a city that has changed a lot concerning his personal and professional life. During his recent trip, he did an ongoing series of pictures entitled “Back In The City” and through he captured the atmosphere and the passer-by of the Big Apple.
The skateboard prodigy Kilian Martin, published a new video directed by Brett Novak. On his board, he drives us on ochre rocks of a rocky desert, across the streets and the subway of New York City, in passing on lunar landcapes of a salt desert, or abandoned greenhouses. Skater make all this places his playgrounds.
Artist Daniel Rozin imagined the interactive installation “PomPom Mirror”, exhibited until 1st July at the Bitforms gallery, located in New York. This circular sculpture, hung to the wall, presents 928 pieces of faux black and beige fur that move thanks to 464 motion captors, in order to give the impression to stand in front of a mirror.
London based-photographer, Paul Murphy, in his collection named “A New York Taxi Ride”, is offering a trip in the streets of New York through the window of the cab he took. His technique gives an original frame to the pictures, which are street scenes caught live, giving the impression to take part to the trip.