Los geniales óleos de Jordan Kasey.
Los geniales óleos de Jordan Kasey.
Passive amplifier for iphone made of ceramic. the form is designed to amplify and optimize the best sound output. the amplifier is based on a thin wooden frame that allows the object to float off the table. this in order to increase the vibration of the object and to optimize the emission of sound. designed for the iPhone is perfect for listening music without headphones, for audio conference to hear the person on the phone as live voice.
Paint on glass and digital animated short film created, directed and animated by Carine Khalifé.
Andersson’s drawings, paintings and photographs capture the understated and silent characters in staged situations.
The Art of Ping Pong is a collaboration between Fivefootsix and a number of the UK’s most exciting designers, artists and illustrators.
‘Present’, the modular shelving system for the way we live now; open, inviting, flexible and designed to be looked at.
Los brochazos y geometrizaciones en las pinturas de Sterling Clinton Hundley.
Jacob‘s work introduces organic, linear elements to geometric forms, with an aesthetic influenced by architecture, cartography, scientific illustration and graphic design.
La extraña pero preciosa obsesión de Zoe Hawk con pintar grupos de chicas uniformadas en curiosas situaciones.
Con una canción del grupo Tu Madre, Les Filles Föllen han creado un vídeo increíble, precioso, algo loco, algo muy loco con una genial coreografía de tres bailarinas en medio del bosque y de noche. Todo el pack, consiguen atraparnos por completo des del segundo uno.
Vida líquida es el último proyecto personal de Las Coleccionistas formado por dos vídeos de dos canciones del disco Wanananai de Za!: “Tueste Natural” y “Hottero!!”. Los vídeos, que huyen deliberadamente de la narrativa de videoclip, llevan al extremo el juego de dinámicas de las canciones, planteando un plano estático donde aparentemente no sucede nada, pero de una manera sutil hay cosas que cambian de forma.
Ahora podemos ver el primer vídeo de Vida líquida de la canción “Tueste Natural” y la semana que viene se estrenará la segunda parte con el vídeo de “Hottero!!”.
Magnus Gjoen’s prints examines how to change peoples relationship and preconceived notions of objects. Something which is potentially extremely destructive can be made into beautiful yet fragile objects of art. It’s this misconception of beauty which Magnus Gjoen wants us to see in a different light, being it weapons, animals or the human race itself. The latter which is capable of creating immense beauty but also capable of destroying it all. Taking inspiration from street and pop art and juxtapositioning it with fine art, he creates new and modern takes on old masterpieces or manipulates something powerful and strong into something fragile but beautiful. He often questions the correlation between religion, war, beauty & destruction in his art.
A closer look at the characteristics of materials by Matthias Borowski.
In the incredibly dense yet invisible world of the cytoplasm in biological cells, complex interactions can be thought of as a playful dance between macromolecules, minerals, ions and proteins. These cytoplasmic playgrounds are reimagined using dynamic particle systems that play out and evolve differently each time, mimicking stochastic processes in nature. This video shows recorded snapshots taken from these computational outbursts. Sound was created using granular synthesis techniques.
La pintura geométrica y en blanco y negro de la artista neoyorquina Avery K. Singer.
No es su último proyecto pero entiéndelo Sara Landeta, me he enamorado de tus osos y sus jerséis.
The Big Chop it’s a chopping board, but a very special one. It combines the beauty and hardness of dense wood with a handy iPad rest.
The new Earthquake 5.9 collection recalls the Emilia earthquake of May 2012 that affected many businesses in the area, including ours. It’s a collection of furnishing items and coverings in marble and onyx, created using hundreds of fragments of ‘quake-struck’ slabs to create something beautiful, to inject life back into something that had been totally destroyed in the space of a few seconds.
Lucha libre wrestlers of Mexico were meticulously erased out of printed photographs using an electric eraser in search for their true nature hidden underneath the layers of costume, referencing the history of lucha libre mask design evoking animals, gods, and other spiritual archetypes.
The eraser shavings are sealed inside of glass bottles and sealed as if they are religious relics.