David Zinn, street artist search small flaws Street and adapts expressive three dimensions drawings. The artists uses chalks to draws these really expressive drawing. The one above with the little figure cleaning the leaves on the street is quite cool. More pictures after jump.
Japanese photographer Tsuneaki Hiramatsu captured fireflies beauty in a whole new light, using time-lapse photography. The result – lush images that show patterns of light that looks more like celestial figures than arthropods. Fireflies use two chemicals – luciferase and luciferin. The former glows when combined with the latter, which is an enzyme that triggers light emission. Read More…
Photographer Adele Enersen creates these beautiful montages from photos of sleeping babies, imaginative journey through the irresistible dreamscapes of a newborn. A love letter to babies everywhere.
Adele Enersen says;
Mila’s Daydreams my maternity leave hobby. While my baby is taking her nap, I create scene around her and take quick snap photos.
I use only few minutes per picture, including creating idea, implementation and editing, ’cause I don’t want to disturb her sleeping and most of my time is for my family.
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Rain room installation realized by Random International take place at the Barbican in london. The installations covers 100 square metres and lets people control the weather. When the 2,500 litres of water are falling at 1,000 litres per minute, sensors captures your movement and protects you from getting wet while you walking into walking in the rain.
The installationin is running at the Barbican in London from 4 October until 3 March 2013.
The world is rapidly changing. New, developing countries are coming into the limelight of industrial production, bringing along with them a new way of conceiving design jointly with likewise unusual organisational models. In emerging countries a new entrepreneurial orientation is slowly but steadily arising, directing the trend of industrial production towards the idea of innovative and actually recognisable products.
FiloSofia is an exposition that stages exactly this kind of continuous evolution under way, telling the genesis of the projects being born within Russian Sofia, one of Europe’s leading firms in doors and sliding systems manufacturing.
With FiloSofia exhibition, La Triennale di Milano and Material ConneXion, provide, for the first time in their history, with an in-depth analysis of the reality of a company originating from a world far from the settled western design establishment, that represents the paradigm of an ever-changing situation in which new Nations and cultures have been facing the scenario of contemporary design as protagonists. Read More…
Paul Nicklen (Canada)/2012 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year
The winners of the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 have been announced. In total 48,000 images were submitted from 98 different countries to a panel of judges, who then had the strenuous task of whittling these down to a final 100 for the exhibition. The coveted title of Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year was awarded to Paul Nicklen from Canada for his image of emperor penguins on a frozen area of the Ross Sea, Antarctica. An exhibition of winning photos is running at the Natural History Museum in London featuring 100 images.
Jasper Doest / Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 Read More…
Izabela Boloz Studio in collaboration with Kasia Zareba have created ‘Waiting Spot,’ an outdoor installation to mark the waiting area for Mini Design Rides – free taxis cruising around the city of Eindhoven during the Dutch Design Week.
Blue tire tracks emerge out of this field of colour as if a car drove through fresh paint. By using these two elements only, the designers guide visitors towards the spot and intuitively mark the waiting area. Read More…
Markus Reugels, from Schweinfurt, Germany spend weeks snapping these incredible images of little droplet of water. The photographs captures iconic images within a single droplet of water.
This image of the globe from space looks uncannily true to life when pictured through a droplet of water. Photographer Markus Reugels spends hundreds of hours painstakingly composing these shots. This image has been flipped upside down due to the reversing lens-like effects of the water droplet
‘My pictures of the water drops are all taken with my self made setup rig – all handmade out of wood.
‘I fix all my valves and flashes tot he contraption, and can put the image I want to project behind the dripping water. Read More…
Russian artist, Nikita Nomerz travels around Russia to transform abandoned structures or building that come alive by adding eyes and facial features. In his series titled ‘Living Walls’, Nomerz brings derelict buildings to life with his whimsical characters.
Nikita Nomerz says:
I like to play with space and objects. I am inspired by the place itself. I love watching the city and finding an interesting point. Usually I do not spend so much time to create one work, sometimes less than an hour. But it all depends on the size of the object and my ideas.”
Ventura Interieur is a cutting edge exhibition platform with individual designers, design collectives, design councils, academies and universities as well as new brands on multiple locations within the Biennale INTERIEUR 2012. Ventura Interieur will host around 70 different creator in the historical and cultural heart of the city Kortrijk, Belgium. On pictures below, some photos of some exciting projects.
Irving Harper is this week’s featured designer in the Herman Miller Why Design series. The film is a rare opportunity to feature one of the most prolific designers who helped shape American Modernism. As design director for the Nelson Office, Irving Harper was responsible for some of the most compelling and iconic designs of the twentieth century—from the Marshmallow sofa, to the Ball clock, to the Herman Miller logo itself. While working on the Chrysler Pavilion for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, he began making paper sculptures in his off hours to relieve stress. Some 50 years and roughly 500 pieces later, almost every surface of his Rye, New York home is besieged by evidence of his remarkable skill and creativity.
Seen on enpundit, these photographs from photograph David Chambon fan of macro photography. he has captured this amazing image of insects covered in water droplets. These insects seem made of glass and covered with sequins. Just stunning! Read More…
Kingyobu, a group of Japenese students artist in Japan have repurposed an old phone booths into goldfish aquariums. The project called Call Parade have been installed in several phone booths across Osaka, Japan.
The fantastic CLOUD installation conceived by artist Caitlind r.c. Brown is made from 1,000 working lightbulbs on pullchains and an additional 5,000 made from donated burnt out lights donated by the public. The installation is a large scale interactive installation that appeared as part of Nuit Blanche in Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Viewers can turn the bulbs on and off using pull strings that hang from the sculpture, creating a flickering effect.