Renowned award-winning Russian animator Alexandre Petrov ("The Old Man and the Sea" - Oscar 2000 Award, "My Love" - countless awards) in collaboration with his partners at Canadian Pascal Blais Studio were commissioned by Russian Railways Company to create this masterpiece.
As long as I live in Saint P (StPete or just Peter) this city never fails to inspire, mesmerize and captivate with its internal powerful soul that is still waiting for worthy citizens. Definitely Sergey Degtyarev is one of them, just take a look at his panoramic city photography, landscapes or even portraits
One of the best short animation I've ever saw. Luis Paris uses only black and white colour with a smart negative space transitions what makes the movie outstanding and captivating. http://vimeo.com/53032371#
Inspiring video created to mark the launch of Spanish designer Emilio De La Morena's SS13 collection, Abbie Stephens' film plays light against dark to accentuate the textural details and silhouettes across the range. Drawing inspiration from the themes of memory and perception that Emilio used as the basis for his new pieces, Abbie creates and inverts worlds to play with the line between imagination and reality.
Clément Briend lives and works in Paris, teachs photography at the University of Valenciennes. He works with ways of projection in very unusual modalities that propose another interpretation, another perception of pictures in space. In his latest works the custom photography illumination of Cambodian trees creates a unique spiritual atmosphere. And all other works make environment plays a role of a canvas what leads to huge variety of subject interpretation. http://www.clementbriend.com/
"For Christmas, Barney’s New York collaborated with Disney to create this fun and witty video mixing the fashion world with the Disney world. Watch as Minnie embarks on a fantastical fashion adventure in Paris, where she walks the runway in Lanvin and rubs elbows with fashion-world figures like Linda Evangelista, Daphne Guinness, Naomi Campbell, Lady Gaga and many more."
Kiss Miklos is a Hungarian graphic designer that has a huge amount of great branding and graphic design works worth of a dozen of agencies. From the various projects we selected the lates made for local club Trafiq together with interior designers at 81Font but you must visit his site to check all other identities and typography works.
This is not a first concept of analogue digital clocks. This one called "The Clock Clock White" done by Humans Since 1982 and available by request from http://victor-hunt.com/collection/humans-since-1982/clock-clock/
Time magazine named indoor Clouds created by Berndnaut Smilde fascinating idea and its implementation as one of the Best Inventions of the Year 2012. "It requires meticulous planning: the temperature, humidity and lighting all have to be just so. Once everything is ready, Smilde summons the cloud out of the air using a fog machine. It lasts only moments, but the effect is dramatic and strangely moving."
Photography by Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk
The project Alphabetical started in several years ago when Creative Review commissioned Dan Tobin Smith to create "a Letter A" for their Annual. "Each Letter has a different approach but uses Helvetica as the base typography. Most are temporary installations, some use landscape and some were conceived as primarily moving image (such as Letter T).
New Letters will be added as they are finished and supporting material including work in progress will be added from time to time."
Netherlands based designer Rogier Wieland has just completed an impressive stop motion ads for Moleskin that relies almost entirely on notebooks to create nearly every aspect of the animation including the precisely cut typography.
Making of http://vimeo.com/51591015
The moment I am still impressed from what I saw on Mr.Frivolous portfolio. His simple, hence striking, portraits created by using only pencils and felt-tip pens and seems he spends an overnight to create each piece. The speed of drawing, techniques, drafts and later original prints, creates the unique atmosphere while surfing his Flickr account. It is enjoyable.
First, magician and illusionist and only then a Fine Art photographer from LA - Brooke Shaden gained a close attention from audience and media. "I create images that are rooted in reality yet have qualities that are not from our world. I create the worlds I wish we lived in, and I tell the stories that live inside my mind." http://www.flickr.com/photos/brookeshaden/ http://www.shadenproductions.com/