Mike Winkelmann known as Beeple is doing a strong digital artwork a day. Literally every day for the last 11 years (sic!). We believe he has no time to collect them chronologically but sometimes it happens, like this time with November 2017 pack, available for appreciations on Behance. (We were happy to had Beeple involved in our Digital Decade exhibition last year where he recreated 3D worlds in VR Chat based on designs he selected from own competition ran with Kingdeluxe Label)
A Report Of Connected Events is a branded content film directed by Mischa Rozema and produced by PostPanic. Celebrating the power of storytelling, it was commissioned by Nuna9 on behalf of their client, Liberty Global. Filmed in Paris, the piece explores iconic moments in film and television history, blurring the lines between our reality and some of our favourite stories.
While some populists use "There is no Planet B" phrase without real input, guys from Amsterdam went further to prove the actual meaning behind that saying as "Start it from yourself". As we tried to think of "..Planet B" from visual perspective during our Digital Decade 4, in 2016, nearly in the same time GUM-TEC created the backward process to extract actual rubber from chewing gum (yes, it is no more an eco-tree rubber). Later on they were baked by Amsterdam official "I AmSterdam" municipal group and asked designers from EXPLICIT to come back with a pair of recycled sneakers "Gumshoe". Real shoes are ready for pre-order now
Gum Drop Bin was an actual diploma of Gumshoe designer Anna Bullus at Brighton Uni, UK
Dutch architecture firm MVRDV along with the Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute (TUPDI), have designed China’s massive new library in Tianjin as part of the city’s Binhai Cultural Center and part of a larger urban plan to provide a cultural district for the city.
In Amsterdam-based, Milena Naef’s new series, “Fleeting Parts,” sections of her body fill tailored empty spaces in expertly cut-out marble. Creating these pieces was a process as carefully mentally planned to fit her exact measurements, as the designing and stitching of an exquisite couture silk dress might be. But whereas the dress will disintegrate with time, the marble slab, with its custom-designed sections that Milena's body - and hers alone - fill will last “forever.” Even if it is just for one fleeting moment. And it is with that defining moment, she demonstrates, in a tangible way that the relationship between an existing structure and the human form, transform “the mental into physical to find a new relation between the two.” - via Yatzer
It’s been almost four centuries since the world lost the talent of one its most influential classical painters, Rembrandt van Rijn. That's clear world will never see another new piece from him even there were numerous hoax and fakes done during the last century. But what happens when tech minds step in the game? Having Microsoft and ING at their back, researchers, curators and developers from Museum Het Rembrandthuis, TU Delft and Mauritshuis created an AI that has generated a "new" Rembrandt painting by gathering and using data from all of his art legacy.
Visit the website to understand the project
"Amsterdam based illustrator and graphic designer Timo Kuilder creates visual identities, websites, illustrations, as well as animations. His art is characterised by simple, synthetic shapes that enhance the conceptual aspect of his work. Kuilder also combines his personal work with commercial commissions. His clients include Monocle, Adobe, Bloomberg, De Correspondent and WeTransfer. Besides, the artist often creates an animated version as well as GIFS of his illustrations."
Zhuang Hong Yi can best be described as a Chinese, contemporary artist who has impressed audiences in different countries by his unique style in his many pieces of modern art. His works represent beauty, sophistication and a high level of perfection with a clear presence of Chinese influence represented in his use of colours, themes, shapes and materials that touch the heart.
Hong Yi’s concern with environmental issues is reflected in his repetitive use of floral patterns, highlighting the increasing urbanisation of his home country, the ferocious plundering of natural resources and the depopulation of the rural environment.
24 March - 14 April, The Unit London Gallery
Following the success of his first London exhibition in 2015, RAW at the Unit London - Zhuang Hong Yi returns to the gallery with RAW II offering another chance to witness this artist’s captivating and iridescent works.
Residing in Amsterdam, Maria is a young Russia-born illustrator working for advertising and illustrative projects (ex. Russian Post cards). Her personal way of creating artworks takes from the mix of art nouveau and gothic prints. Some of her latest artwork remind me personally the works of French illustrator Vania Zouravliov
Daan Noppen is an international artist mainly working in drawing and photography. He is best known for his realistic larger than life drawings of portraits and bodies. When looking closer at the works one finds mathematic equations in between the pencil strokes that relate to our reality.
His drawings project past, present and future in the now as one image, a parallel reality that we normally cannot see with the naked eye.
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.
Russian Airlines S7 concrete the title of most creative local advertisers. After successful "I want to go where" and "OK GO - Upside Down" award-winning campaigns (several cannes lions of 2015, 2016) they are back with the new masterpiece "The Best Planet" with narration from Russian cosmonaut Andrey Borisenko. Created by Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam
If travelers happen to visit Departure Hall 3 of Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, they may notice an immersive installation of clouds. Titled Beyond, Dutch artistDaan Roosegaard’s latest work is a “cloud wall” that creates the impression of a 3D cloud-laden sky vanishing into a great aerial distance. A beautiful feat of optical illusion, it is 100 meters long and 10 centimeters thick, and comprised of 160 billion pixels.