The fine folks at 72andSunny came to Munkowitz (GMUNK) late in 2017 with a bold idea – they wanted to explore the relationship between Humans and technology and explore the notion that together, this union is more powerful than ever. They wanted Munko to create a series of films that spotlight the all-new INFINITI QX50 through the relentless cycle of man pushing machine—and machine pushing man.
Zach Lieberman and Molmol Kuo’s AR app Weird Type lets you paint with type in space.
Zach is an American artist and computer programmer whose daily sketches with code have earned him an impressive following on social media. Together with his partner Molmol they have released Weird Type – an iOS AR app that lets you draw with typography in 3D space.
Available here, the application enables users to input type and choose from a variety of scenes that manipulate that type in different ways.
Venezuelan artist Raya (previously) and photographer Leo living and working in their studio in Barcelona. They were commissioned to create a new narrative with by Folch for Doiy Design - a joyful objects store in Barcelona too, with an aim to generate meaningful collaborations with diverse creatives. Inspired by the Mexican architects Luis Barragán and Ricardo Legorreta and Doiy’s recent Scala collection, together Raya and Leo created and filmed an artwork made entirely from paper that plays with textures, colours, clean cuts, light and perspectives.
Alycia Rainaud is a French graphic designer and digital artist. Originally influenced and passioned about publishing and hybrid books, she started working more than one year ago as a digital artist also known by the name of Malavida, mostly experimenting with new technologies, digital painting, programming, and visual effects.
Mercedes Marin - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/mercedes-marin
Naomi Vona - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/naomi-vona
Natasha Monfared - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/natasha-monfared
Nia Hefe Filliogianni - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/nia-hefe-filiogianni
Nina Schulze - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/nina-schulze
Olivia Rose - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/olivia-rose
ONOH - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/o-noh
Onuchukwu Okezie Emmanuel -
Pal Kumar - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/pal-kumar
Patricia Brace - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/patricia-brace
Queenie Djan - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/queenie-djan
Rayvenn Shaleigh D'Clark - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/rayvenn-shaleigha-dclark
Roshani Patel - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/roshani-patel
Ruby Rowan Gleeson - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/ruby-rowan-gleeson
Ryan Oakley - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/ryan-oakley
Sanya Torkmorad-Jozavi - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/sanya-torkmorad-jozavi
Tabitha Carver - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/tabitha-carver
Timothy Martin - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/viagra-vuitton
Zoe Alexandria Paton Burt - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/zoe-burt
Airco Caravan - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/artists/airco-caravan
Ana Rosa Louis - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/ana-rosa-louis
Angharad Pelling -www.creativedebuts.co.uk/angharad-pelling
Ashton Attzs - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/ashton-attzs
Caley Holmboe - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/caley-holmboe
Catherine Howell - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/catherine-howell
Chavaga Lilya - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/lilya-chavaga
Chewon Kim - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/chewon-kim
Diane Watson - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/diane-watson
Eve De Haan - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/eve-de-haan
Flora Weil - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/flora-weil
Floss Given - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/florence-given
Francena Ottley - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/lebleuart
Helena Cardow - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/helena-cardow
Isabel Rock - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/isabel-rock
Jasmine Sehra - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/jasmin-sehra
Jekein Lato-Unah - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/jekein-lato-unah
Jessica Ross - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/jessica-ross
Kei Maye - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/kei-maye
Ken Nwadiogbu - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/ken-nwadiogbu
Lila Ash - www.creativedebuts.co.uk/lila-ash
"The main idea of the project is to esthetize kinesiotherapy and to popularize the possibilities and techniques of applying this method through a series of advertising posters.
The concept of the tape project is to show the relationship between functionality and aesthetics.
Each kinesiology method has its own dynamics, plasticity and graphics. Therefore, visual images divided into directions to represent a certain method of taping, functionally confirmed. In addition to distribution by methods of taping, images are built on the difference of colors and lines contrasts."
Artist Joshua Vides making real-life objects appear as simple, black and white sketches. His ongoing experiments in Op Art went crazy when you see Air Jordan 1s, basketball hoops, street signs embellished in white paint with black sharpie lines drawn by hand. For Joshua’s next illusion, he took over The Seventh Letter Gallery in Los Angeles, California last week to present his new exhibit titled “Reality to Idea.”
We have been following the self-initiated movement "Techism" started by New York based artist Krista Kim since the beginning. She currently exhibits in galleries and at art fairs globally in New York, Paris, Miami, Basel and Brussels, and is writing a book on the "Techism" that she hopes to have published next year. Recently she was approached by Lanvin creative director Olivier Lapidus to produce a collection based on her vivid digital artworks.
"Her digital images of LED lights informed the color palette of the clothes, which ranged from bold block colors to gradient effects on satiny coats and shimmering evening gowns. The latter were made from a specially developed silk Neoprene that conferred both structure and lightness." via WWD
Apart from this fashion debut Krista "works with teams of up to six technicians in the most advanced specialised Pleximuseum labs in New York City and Paris. To reproduce the effect of a LED screen, production is high cost and high risk, as some pieces have to go through three or four runs to achieve the desired level of perfection and quality. It took her two years of experimentation and research into the latest technology to find the labs that could accurately recreate the vibrancy and luminosity of the colors in her artworks from the screen to the large format on Pleximuseum she required, as they had never before used pigments to the same level as she had been using and certain colors cannot be produced. She is the only artist who uses this particular kind of technology in these materials, style and scale. Requiring from six months to a year to complete just one piece, sometimes up to two years, and two months for production, prices of her artworks range from €38,000 to €85,000" via Forbes
As you may know we support a lot of Kickstarter projects even some of them never happen to deliver :D But with our next pledge to the Micro Wallet we believe it take a place in your heart too. Showcasing 7 brand new designs by cutting edge artists worldwide, the Micro Wallet is a slimmest, strongest design yet.
After two successful Kickstarter campaigns, Paperwallet is excited to announce the launch of their next project, the Card Wallet. The Card Wallet is an ultra-slim RFID protected wallet made from Tyvek and is designed with awesome artwork from artists around the world.
Paperwallet was born out a of desire to fuse function with design and comfort in our everyday carry accessories
Artist challenge from Ello x Paperwallet
Submit your work to be featured in Paperwallet's newest product – The Micro Wallet – and be a featured artist on the Kickstarter campaign page.
Traum Inc. was commissioned by ON Running to promote their new shoe Cloud X released in a special all black and all white version.
Shot in Iceland the film creates a world of black and white, brutalist and wild but technical, balancing sublime landscapes with technical closeups and 3D renderings of the shoe. The film pits a runner agains his alter ego, chasing each other until it comes to a final stand off between both.
Thomas Traum (TRAUM INC)
Alex Griffin (On-Running), Thomas Traum
Nikolaj Beltzer (OKAY Studio)
Ludovic Roussaux (OKAY Studio)
TRAUM INC (Safwaan Motara, Hayden Martin, Thomas Traum)
"In a deep-red homage to Anish Kapoor, artist Rikako Nagashima has tangled together HUMAN NATURE, an installation Kapoor’ish in scale, color and intention. HUMAN NATURE has been installed at two locations. Her work has been suspended through multiple levels of Tokyo’s MVRDV-designed eye of Gyre gallery, and has consumed the life of a concrete clinic-turned-art-gallery by schemata architects in japan — the latter of which is pictured here, tied-together."
"Anish Kapoor is believed by many to be an artist devoted to dichotomy. Blood, vortexes, voids — his works certainly convey paradoxes. Life, death, happiness, sorrow. they’re beautiful and ugly and they often tie into life and religions in india. as such, Rikako seeks to create a dichotomy of her own — an homage that draws inspiration from kapoor’s artistic execution, and draws dichotomies from her own culture’s philosophy, Yin and Yang"
Directed by Santi Zoraidez
Art Direction & Design: Santi Zoraidez
Lead Animation: Facu Labo
Additional Animation: Edward Chiu / Diego Diapolo / Javier Bianchi
Client: Nike Global Running
Ricky Korf is an award winning designer and art director, rooted in Leipzig Germany. Starting with graphic design in 2002. Flexibly working over the years from either the sleepy town in the countryside fields or from Hamburg, the gate to the world.