The trio of musicians Son Lux, Brooklyn-based unveiled the video for his song “Change Is Everything.” The originality of the video is its plants made by Nathan Johnson of The Made Shop. Indeed, the clip is a stop-motion with the unique hardware pins and two hundred fifteen meters of thread rubber to form shapes that...
Kudos for this series of pictures made by Dutch Michel Vanderheijden van Tinteren and Roel Moonen (Atelier Les Deux Garçons) who wanted to represent porcelain sculptures with birds heads of all kinds. A funny and cute project where the birds have human body.
The French designer Frédéric Hamerlak created a staircase to the smart and bold design. With interchangeable LEDs, steps, similar to the transparent plates arranged in zigzag, and the ramp are lit like neon for a result more beautiful effect.
To combat the killings of African animals in the name of fashion and brands, DDB Mozambique has created three posters depicting logos of famous brands taking animals as symbols: the cat Puma or Lacoste crocodile. They showed these animals without any skin to hit consciences during the Mozambique Fashion Week.
For his project “Do not play with your food”, the artist Alex Palazzi in collaboration with Dani Raya, has mixed food art and lettering producing this three pink edible candy sculptures. This gourmet and pink series is the result of a long association of materials and visual searches. For more information on the manufacturing process, the making-of...
The English artist Julie Alice Chappell works with components damaged old computers, DVD players IC and video game systems such as Nintendo. She likes to design bionic insects, butterflies and flies with translucent wings. Her small insects are for sale on its shop Etsy.
On the occasion of Record Store Day, an annual festival of music stores, the artist Natalie Sharp called “Lone Taxidermist” painted on her face images of famous musical album covers: Nevermind Nirvana or the well-known visual Island Life Grace Jones. A beautiful tribute.
The English artist and sneakers-addict Phil Robson, also known as the FILFURY, using editing software to transform Nike Basketball shoes, Adidas, Reebok or spiders, beetles, butterflies, rays, and bat. He keeps the materials and colors of each sneaker model.
The japanese company airline ANA Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner has a totally revamped the colors of the famous R2D2 from the Star Wars saga. The design of the aircraft remains the same but acquires a blue graphics simulating the mechanical robot.
“Brand by Hand” Sarah Marshall, a creative person living in New Zealand, is a typography project that seeks to explore the possibilities of logos for brands such as FedEx, Burger King, Subway, Flickr, YouTube, Skype, Evian and Coca-Cola. The logos were made by hand and kept their original colors.