The creative process of Nicolas mainly focus on the patterns and structures found in nature, observing and synthetizing their behavior, adapting their complex set of rules into a digital process, working with the idea of being only half controlling the shapes that he's generating and making abstract mathematical concepts taking shape, substance, and becoming new life forms.
Young artist from Latvia, Anna Ābola, creates warm and mellow scenes of urban life happening somewhere in South Asia during golden hours in the evenings. She also does a lot of fan art for K-Pop music style and gained a lot of attention from the music scene since then
Gavin Worth is a sculptor and artist based in Egypt. As well as painting, he makes these amazing sculptures out of wire. Each sculpture is subtly complex, built out of grouped wire, with the wire only forming a clear image once it’s viewed from the right angle.
I bet I was not the only one floating an idea of a photo series with computer screens removed from photos of people engaged with them on daily basis. Photographer Eric Pickersgil went further and set up “Removed” project where he gently removes mobile phones from social zombies of our days or literally from ourselves. What if if the device suddenly disappeared - we might look lonely, slightly crazy or perhaps next to a person being ignored…
If you put a little of Bosch’s anthropomorphism, a bit of Egyptian wall paintings and shake it with modern street art - you definitely meet Nicola Alessandrini. Italian artist creates intricate murals full of sacral meanings and signs as well as graphic artworks that won’t let you go
Vision Simplex concept pays tribute to technically the first-ever Mercedes...
This is the Vision Mercedes Simplex concept, and it will never be put into production. The Simplex pays homage to the first ever car to wear the Mercedes name – the Mercedes 35 HP (or 35 PS in German) from 1901. The 35 was developed at the request of wealthy businessman and occasional racer Emil Jellinek, and was the first car to move away from the traditional high-riding motorised carriage design.
Mous Lamrabat a self-taught photographer born in the north of Morocco, who moved to Belgium as a child. He creates images where Western and Moroccan aesthetics are mixed, twisted, fused - sometimes even clashed. Together, they exist in a unique universe that he has dubbed ‘#Mousganistan’.
Floral artist Lewis Miller (previously) and his talented team arrange beautiful blooms in the most unexpected places in New York City. For nearly 3 years with his company, Lewis Miller Design, they worked on a very cleaver guerrilla marketing campaign: “flower flashes”, where they transformed trash cans into larger-than-life flower vases and used blooms to embellish the streets of New York, as well as the subways as public art.
“Carlos Neda is a digital artist based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. His CGI pink-tinted, surreal visualizations of imaginary spaces combine the retro charm of plush carpets and modernist rounded shapes with contemporary influences.
Solitary yet utopian – these dreamy landscapes focus on the ambience. The soft light, set design, the combination of colors. Neda creates abstract, far-off realities filtrated through the perspective of modern design.” via @trendland
“Stark grey precast concrete, with an orderly gridded pattern covering every single surface visible to the eye. Large openings, pouring skylights, verdant greeneries embracing the neighbourly views. Monolithically, House in Ashiya by Japanese architecture firm Kazunori Fujimoto Architects stands still like a gentle giant in a residential area of Ashiya city, Hyogo Prefecture.”
Water rather than air carries sound in designer Rocco Giovannoni'sInmergo headphones, which promise rich audio even for people who are hard of hearing.
“A 2019 graduate of the Royal College of Art's MA in Design Products, Giovannoni designed the soft silicone headphones to improve upon current bone-conduction audio technology.”
Like other bone-conduction headphones on the market, his design bypasses the eardrum and conveys sound as vibrations through the bones of the skull, directly to the cochlea — the "hearing" part of the inner ear.
Unlike any other device on the market, it does so via waterproof speakers that are fully immersed in liquid and then sealed in a pliable membrane. This membrane sits against a person's skin, transmitting sound vibrations through touch.
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