"An abstract, two-legged figure explores an exotic digital landscape filled with pixelated glitches and multi-colored globs in electronic music pioneer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith’s new music video for “Riparian.” The video, was animated and directed by Andrew Benson, a.k.a., Pixlpa, a visual artist known for his experimental videos and image distortion technology."
The Rodina was founded in 2011 by Tereza and Vit Ruller. Czech-born, Amsterdam-based independent graphic designers.
The Rodina works on commissioned design projects, while also experimenting autonomously. The Rodina invents the ways how experience, knowledge and relations are preserved and produced. Interested in connections between culture, technology and aesthetic, The Rodina designs events, objects and tools.
Johnson Tsang (previously) is an exceptional artist who skilfully combines figurative sculptural techniques with surreal portrayals. His latest series ‘Lucid Dream’ consists of sculptures of human heads in strangely transformed representations. The sculptures were made of porcelain representing different faces or personalities in a variety of weird situations. The complete series could be seen at Hong Kong’s Sculpture Biennial 2016.
Urbanist and media artist JT Singh has captured the vibrance and massive scale of Shanghai’s skyline, streets, and infrastructure through a series of experimental projects viewed by millions (This is Shanghai, Walk in Shanghai, etc); hence, contributing greatly to the city's growing global status. With this new film, he turns to the Shanghai of its residents, the lives that revolve not around the city’s 4000 skyscrapers, but around the simpler ways of living, the local charm, and the familiar corner.
James Jean was born in Taiwan and graduated from New York City's School of Visual Arts. His critically acclaimed illustration and fine art career has led him to create covers for DC Comics, collaborate with Prada, and to exhibit his work worldwide.
"The Old New World" is a Photo-based animation project created by Russian designer Alexey Zakharov. It's a travel back in time with a little steampunk time machine. The main part of this video was made with Camera projection based on photos.
Moby has joined forces with The Void Pacific Choir to release their debut collaborative album titled ‘These Systems Are Failing’, which came out last week.
Now the American artist has called upon animator Steve Cutts to direct a video for single ‘Are You Lost in the World Like Me?’.
Reine Paradis constructs narrative photographs staging herself as the central figure in a surreal landscape. Paradis is dressed in orange in her images and is shown interacting in colour filled landscapes and as may thought mainly using IKB (International Klein Blue)
Shot in many locations throughout America, the photo series "Jungle" takes us on an introspective journey across a symbolic and chromatic world, projected above the limit of reality and imagination.
ll the scenes are imagined and conceptualised before shooting in real locations. Once the scene is visualised in it’s entirety, Paradis makes sketches and paints the scene to use as a blue print when photographing the final scene. All the costumes, accessories and origamis are meticulously designed and prepared according to the initial vision of the scene.
Talented animator and illustrator James Gilleard creates landscapes that definitely can be a sandbox for modern Lonely Toons characters. They only thing I'd add at the end of each perfectly done set is "That's all folks!" phrase
Understand yourself, in order not to betray yourself. Watch the new showreel submitted by DEPARTÁMENT.
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Dmitri Aske had his first solo show in September — October, 2016 in Vladey Space Gallery, Moscow, Russia. The exhibition called Reality 2.0 included eight new artworks made in the artist's unique technique of a multilayer plywood relief especially for the show. All the works are dedicated to the digital era we are living in, now that the Internet takes up more and more of our time and attention becoming for many people the second reality. The addiction some people have might be even compared to a mother-child relationship. At the same time, as Marshall McLuhan wrote as far back as 1960s, people don't actually notice how new media entering our lives are gradually changing us.
A person born before the 1990s sees video calls, a 'computer-in-your-pocket' phone, and a broadband Internet connection available almost everywhere as materialisation of the future. Meanwhile, the new generation takes all that for granted as a beginning of a new era. In his new body of work, Dmitri Aske reflects our time suggesting that the viewers should contemplate how much all of us are absorbed by Reality 2.0.
Apple’s UK flagship store on London’s Regent Street has re-opened after an extensive overhaul by Foster + Partners. The brand's inaugural European store, it's now the first on the continent to adopt Apple’s new retail format, unveiled in San Francisco in May this year. The new look will now be rolled out across all the brand's European flagships.
Talented artist we discovered few years ago Henrietta Harris has created lots of new artworks since than. Her paintings often involved portraiture with a departure into the surreal with faces skilfully obscured and misplaced by the clean sweep of a brushstroke.
Bill Durgin works with human's body as a metaphoric material. In his photography models become sculptures bending the reality and primitive laws of physics.