Monday, October 31, 2011

Advertising campaigh :"Discover how it really was"

Advertising campaign : Museum of Natural History Stuttgart, "Discover how it really was"

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Oil Paintings by Leonid Afremov

"I tried different techniques during my career, but I especially fell in love with painting with oil and pallette-knife. Every artwork is the result of long painting process; every canvas is born during the creative search; every painting is full of my inner world. Each of my paintings brings different moods, colors and emotions. I love to express the beauty, harmony and spirit of this world in my paintings."

Friday, October 28, 2011

Photography and Installation by Rune Guneriussen

Untitled havoc
On the brink
A natural selection
An upward displacement
Don't leave the lights on
The work on objects such as tables, lamps and chairs started in 2005, and has been photographed on location all over Norway. The objects are implemented mainly in scenes cast in appropriate landscapes, and here they are subject to a certain carachter carefully laying out a story. It is an approach to the balance between nature and culture, but also a multiple reading of stories.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Sugar Free Chupa-Chups

Oil paintings by Jeremy Geddes

Jeremy Geddes is one of 50 artists featured in our upcoming publication entitled Metamorphosis2.
       "Many painters compose their work so the edges of the canvas are as invisible as possible. All the points of interest are contained within the middle portion of the image, the tonal and colour construction is designed to keep the eye within this space, to keep them viewing the painting for as long as possible.        I don't really find that interesting, and I often go the other route of putting the points of interest at the edge of a piece, and creating a design that forces the eye off the edge of the canvas, I'm interested in the tension that that can create."

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Sony PSP

Illustration by Daniel Danger

Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England.Some of his clients include
Universal Pictures, Dreamworks, ABC television, Penguin Books and Paramount Pictures

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Nightclub Built for Tastebuds

Urban Interiorities is a project by Virginia Melnyk and Tiffany Dahlen, regent graduates of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. Working closely with Professor Ali Rahim, the students developed a “new approach to the night club experience” through novel modeling and rendering techniques, whereby generated surfaces—billowing, crenulated, orchid-like—exert intense visualizations of sensations.

Designed for a site situated at the buffer space between the trendy, youth-driven culture of Harajuku and the haute-couture of Omontesando, the night club merges both the youthful and luxurious into slick, mediated spaces. The club’s equally diverse program consists of an entry area, sushi restaurant, a sake bar, music lounge, and VIP rooms.

The volume of the club is a milky white frame with a curious mix of areas on the interior: “sticky” and “sweet,” “pillowy,” and even “fibrous.” Movement through the club yields extremes of achingly synthetic notions of taste.
Aware of the ubiquity of swelling organic forms among students and practices alike, Melnyk and Dahlen did not stop at these heavily modeled zones. Instead, the sequence of programs is specific, provoking varying states of sensation and subsequent emotional responses as one passes through the interior spaces.

Clean up after your dog... for a beautiful city

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Play More

|The design created by "Trapped in Suburbia" won a bronze medal for "printed self promotion" in 2007 European Design Awards.

"We wanted to get our clients moving behind their desk, so we created this notebook with writing space on one side and side ball patterns on the other.Just screw a piece of paper to a ball and you can play soccer, or rugby, or throw a tennis ball in your waste basket."

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Grandma superhero by Sacha Goldberger

A few years ago, French photographer Sacha Goldberger found his 91-year-old Hungarian grandmother Frederika feeling lonely and depressed. To cheer her up, he suggested that they shoot a series of outrageous photographs in unusual costumes, poses, and locations. Grandma reluctantly agreed, but once they got rolling, she couldn't stop smiling.