Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Impressive knitting. Natural gas commercial.

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Unusually impressive natural gas commercial. Makes me feel warm and cozy.



And here how it's made - a month of preparation, 4 days and night shoot, with a professional crew of over 40 men, shot live and in stopmotion with 4 different cameras. A film of TBWA Brussels, directed by Olivier Babinet produced by Lovo Films.

Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Beautifully exotic, a Spanish flair by Chantal van Gogh

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Chantal van Gogh is a Make-Up Artist and Hairstylist. She is a member of Foto Formation, an agency for photography and production based in Amsterdam. Her work for editorial pieces, advertising, including television, has appeared in publications such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Esquire and many others. She finds inspiration in places like India and Berlin and especially dance like Biodanza.

Adorned with flowers, beads and multitudes of hues and fabrics
photographs shot for launch of Dujour Magazine.











And here very interesting and inspiring interview with Chantal. Enjoy it!

Jean-Francois Aloisi - Age is but a number

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Age is but a number - at least that's what we keep telling ourselves.
Photographer Jean-Francois Aloisi sees beauty in age. Amongs the glossy, delectable beauty features and decadent fashion editorials, a fabulous shots – a bunch of elderly ladies and gents amazing high-end grab. More at goodworkparis.com.












Sunday, 28 March 2010

Fruity sticky notes

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An incredibly cute sticky notes arranged like sliced fruitby Japanese company D-Bros.
These note pads come packaged in the foam protective netting often seen at supermarkets to protect fruits.


















Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Schilder & Korintenberg Photography

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Schilder & Korintenberg were born and raised in Germany and both studied Visual Communications at the University of Applied Sciences of Aachen and currently working in Paris & Cologne. They had many years of success collaborating together as a team in the Advertising Industry before they discovered their love for Fashion and Beauty Photography. Their work focuses mostly on Fashion, Beauty, Cosmetic photography. Although their work is quite simple the colours and silhouettes make it visually striking.
























Colorful, high speed photography

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Today -Fashion- Emotions- Photographs by fashion photographer Iain Crawford; London based Crawford's portfolio is made of beautifully composed images with vibrant colors in movement. His photo are full of energy, color and emotion.



























Monday, 22 March 2010

Recycled Upholstery Chair

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Today I looked closely at design of Norway-based furniture designer Camilla Hounsell Halvorsen who made this cozy looking chairs named drops. I am big fun of such design. This delightful Drops pouf is a chair made of an inner tube covered with recycled material. The inner tube isn’t attached to the frame so the chair can be adjusted to the desired position of the sitter, or it can be taken off and placed on the ground to be used as a pouffe.







Sunday, 21 March 2010

Expressive floppy disc art

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London artist Nick Gentry assembles obsolete tech materials, like floppy disks and VHS tape -- as the media for his paintings. As the world moves further away from these kinds of storage devices, Gentry suggests, we lose touch with the terrestrial.
It represents the increasing step of the modern life cycle, where objects are created, used and disposed quicker than ever.
You can see more of his work here.
















Thursday, 18 March 2010

Once again about graffiti

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Here in Dubai, there is no such thing as a graffiti (and it's quite obvious why .. skyscrapers, islamic country and few different reasons). Graffiti represents an art form that is unrestricted, one that rebels against conventional forms of artwork. It's also intertwined into human history, dating back to the Roman Empires where they were plastered onto walls to make political statements and satirize current events.
Hopefully everybody will find some inspiration at least in some of the works showcased below.























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