TWILIGHT is a series focusing on space, time and existence, characterized by the texture and colour created from aged film rolls. By using expired analog films, the series is watching the present with the eyes of the past. In this way, it is using photography as a method to raise awareness on the aspect of time.
Fabian Oefner`s new work, “Photographic Paintings”“ moves within the realms of painting and photography. The material, that is used to create the colors and structures, is bismuth, a lead-like element. Several pounds of this metal are molten in a big pan.
Unlike iconic animation studios such as Dreamworks and Pixar, Portland, OR-based Laika practices a new kind of hybrid animation. The recipe includes a strange brew of traditional stop-motion animation techniques, stylized computer generated effects, and ground-breaking 3D prototyping. Continue reading
Armenian fashion illustrator Edgar Artis really goes outside the box when he’s creating new dress designs for his viral Instagram account. Edgar illustrates paper cut outs that he then clothes with anything he can find in his house. Continue reading
Artist Loes Heerink Spends Her Days On Bridges To Photograph Street Vendors In Vietnam. Continue reading
In “Dream,” a beautiful animation video for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, four animals facing extinction tell their stories through the words of “I Dreamed a Dream”—a song you’ll recognize if you’re a Les Misérables fan. Continue reading
C L U T CH R A Z Z is a new project for “Women’s accessories”. They are crimson clutch’s made of silicone. These candy inspired bags are a beautiful merge of art and fashion. Continue reading
When one thinks of something fascinating, Soviet brutalist architecture does not come to mind. However, Frédéric Chaubin’s remarkable photographs, can change that perspective for many. Continue reading
Fusion is the keyword for Chinese graphic design work from 1920s and 1930s. Western influences including Bauhaus infused typography and compositions with splashes of reason and order Continue reading
Digital Illustrator Robert M. Ball has been painting the “Beautiful Deaths” on Games of Thrones for six seasons now. Each poster is released a few days after the title episodes air date. They strive to be the ultimate visual symbol for each of the 10 episodes. Continue reading