A very short film about the eternal & infinite feeling of being looped directed by Playful
Produced by: Playful
Written, Directed & Editorial by: Pablo Alfieri
3d Design by: Seba Morales
Animated by: Facu Labo
Sound Design by: Delirium deliriumdelirium.tv
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
"Multidisciplinary artist Miguel Rothschild works across a wide variety of mediums from modified photography to glass sculpture and textiles. In several recent works the Argentine artist has captured the slow roll of ocean waves in suspended fabric installations titled Elegy and De Profundis. Both artworks seem to play with the viewer’s perception, appearing both as waves or perhaps a slice of the sky. Even the filament that holds the artwork airborne seems to glisten like rays of sun or rain. You can see more of the Berlin-based artists work on his website."
Artist Anish Kapoor is back with a new exhibition titled Destierro – which translates from Spanish into ‘exile’ The exhibition, taking place at Parque de la Memoria in Buenos Aires, features three installations that see Kapoor veering back towards his signature style of work with pigmented powder. However, unlike his previous work, the three pieces on display in Argentina shine a spotlight on the global migration crisis marking a change in direction for Kapoor who has, up until recently, shied away from making political work.
Kapoor is the first British artist to put on a solo exhibition in Argentina. The space, Parque de la Memoria, is also known as Remembrance Park as it was built in memory of those killed by Argentina’s military regime between 1976 and 1983.“Destierro (exile) can be seen as one of the major global dramas of our time," says the exhibition’s curator Marcello Dantas. “This exhibition was reborn in light of our urgent times.”
Graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Angello Torres, envisioned a series of dreamy, scattered posters. Focusing on neat typography, the works illustrate films, art events or depict loose thoughts and ideas.
Recently spotted at the St James's Market Pavilion in London, studio Guarda Bosques created the Paper Aviary featuring as many paper birds as one can imagine. Originally from Buenos Aires, Guarda Bosques is a duo of Carolina Silvero y Juan Nicolás Elizalde works mainly with paper to create awesome campaigns for various clients.
"Playful" is a moniker of our friend and formal director of Argentinian studio Plenty who decided to spend more time doing things he loves. Pablo Alfieri is all hands into stop motion animation and is open for any art collaborations now
Strong illustrations inspired by the mix of Gorillaz-like personages and Asian culture jump off Mau Lencinas hands. Based in Buenos Aires and working under 199xmau nickname his works are definitely my next favourites to hang on the wall
Buenos Aires based team of PLENTY released an awesome motion design case where merely no 3D design was involved apart from projection mapping tools. Watch the video and making of below
Artist Sofia Bonati (Instagram) creates portraits of enchanting women with a look of mystery in their eyes. She attributes the development of her surrealist style to the likes of Charles Bragg, and takes equal inspiration from the likes of Klimt, Klee and Modigliani.
Read interview with artist on Juniqe
Architect and designer Aldana Ferrer Garcia, has created More Sky, a variety of window concepts that allow people living in apartments to experience more sunlight in a unique way.
"More Sky is a cozy corner for the home that provides visual relief, access to sunlight and fresh air for small apartments. As an attempt to understand the threshold between ID and architecture, this project is conceived as an object and a space at the same time, responding to current needs in densely populated cities."
Nicolina Lorenza Vachetti is a six-years old cousin of quite famous Argentinian graphic artist and our friend Tano Veron. Two years ago he gave her a cover sleeve of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of The Moon" and that's how it started. At her 6, she recreated over one hundred cover arts and won't stop being a proud member of creative scene in Buenos Aires. Please follow her art on Behance and check the several pictures we selected below.