After several times passing JR’s art next to my atelier and on my way home, it finally time to write again about him. Last time in 2010 I wrote about him: JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who […]
Doris Freigofas and Daniel Dolz are GOLDEN COSMOS. the young Berlin based duo has worked for many famous clients such as New York Times, Die Zeit und Büchegilde Gutenberg. Their couleurful illustrations are often screen printed and even the figures are reduced the wholes stories they tell are a couleurful bunch of beauty. Their work […]
The artist Diane Meyer brings photography and embroidery together. Meyer is offering the photography lovers a new experience since she’s cross-stitching over the flawed spots of -mostly- historical interest’s places’ captures; as happens in her project “Time spent that otherwise be forgotten”. The newly transformed image bears a handmade pixellated effect, stitched together with creative […]
Daniel Ramirez Perez is a young Berlin all around designer talent. One side he works as an art director for M&C Saatchi, which would be sufficient for several people, but not him, because the moment he gets of work his passions start and he spends his evenings and nights working with Celina Böning on the […]
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez is an artist exploring emerging technology and culture. He uses scanning, digital fabrication and computational approaches to making artefacts, both physical and digital, that blur the distinction between the two, referencing the digitization of the everyday. Everyday items such as toys and a watering can are 3D scanned using a digital camera and subjected […]
Morbid charm with a beautiful couleur palette onto huge walls and buildings, that is the art of the young Spanish muralist and fine artist, Aryz. His work flashes me and I think he transforms grey urban walls in the best way possible into art spaces. With his paintings, mainly influenced by the interest of what lays […]
. The Spanish illustrator/photographer Yago Partal imagined many favorite animals to be just like you and I in this ongoing series ‘Zoo Portraits’. Playfully mixing in the element of fashion with these adorable creatures. So adorable!
THE DEVOTION PROJECT is a series of short documentary films celebrating LGBTQ couples of all stripes. Wonderful warming short video, all of them! The two black ladies are so gorgeous. Could watch it over and over!
Abstract couleurful minimalistic art fill the landscape in these beautiful photos by French photographer Normann Szkop who hopped in a small airplane to soar above the tulip fields in Anna Paulowna, a town in North Holland. Collectively, the millions of neatly planted flowers create sprawling patterns and designs that tourists flock to witness with their […]
Somehow not totally new, but I never seen it before and that makes it new to me. When I see innovations like this I am so excited about what the future will look like. Already the world is so interesting! The film presents the Summer 2011 Tomorrow Awards Winner – HypoSurface by dECOi Architects & […]
I am a big fan of couleurful Abract Art and Minimalism and the young American artist based in Berlin Shannon Finley catched my attention yesterday inside German leading art magazine Monopol. In Autumn 2012 he had an exhibition in Munich with my favorite artist Rupprecht Geiger and I also like his abstract non figurative paintings. […]
“Scotch Tape” is an ongoing series of portraits by New Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman in which he uses clear adhesive tape to completely cover and distort people’s faces into hilarious caricatures of themselves. Commercial photographer by day, Naman is always looking for ways to challenge himself creatively. He says, “What I’m ultimately aiming for with […]
Tatzu Nishi is an internationally exhibited installation artist. He is known for transforming historical monuments by surrounding the statue or building with domestic spaces including functioning hotels. In Ghent he built a hotel around a historic clock tower, while in Singapore he built a bedroom around a massive statue of a Merlion. Nishi’s work is […]
LA-based photographer and composer Felix Salazar recently captured some wonderful macro photos of several inhabitants in his salt water aquariums. The shocking variety of couleur makes the coral look like digital renderings, but Salazar assures me each is a unique photo selected from hundreds of attempts to get just the right shot as he experimented […]
The ABC Of Architects is an animated video featuring an alphabetical list of the most important architects of view while offering a major work of each of them. Performed by Federico Gonzalez on a concept by Andrea Stinga, this simple and successful creation can quickly discover the biggest names in architecture video.
Today just pure beauty by Alberto Seveso, an italian photographer and mainly works in graphic arts. Here with his series called ” a due Colori” where he mixes two couleurs in water and “just” photographs it with a high-speed camera. Looks so amazing. Wonderful forms of sculpting and a joyful way of seeing thousand possible […]
Artist and camouflage extraordinaire Liu Bolin just opened a new exhibition at Galerie Paris-Beijing in Paris featuring a number of new works that depict the artist perfectly hidden amongst urban backdrops. Remarkably the effect is achieved without the use of special effects or Photoshop, rather Bolin is painstakingly painted head-to-toe by a group of assistants […]
Today I present you a new label called YARDEN and is also based in Berlin, I visited their showroom at the SEEK presentation. Designers Celina Böning and Daniel Ramirez Perez founded their menswear label in 2012, which is focused on classic menswear with beautiful silk screen patterns such as thousands of ants running around a […]
Its cold and white outside but the couleurs are coming back, because it is fashion week in Berlin and I am going to present you a handful of young german designers the next days. And I first start with the third KIESEL collection. Alexandra Kiesel found her Berlin-based label KIESEL after winning a big fashion […]
After the christmas days in Austria and reading lots of newspapers lying around the house, I catched up on an architectural building which I first liked a lot, second it is in an area, where I have been spending lots of time with A. The new The Festival Hall of The Tiroler Festspiele in Erl is […]
Andrew Thomas Huang brought his experimental film “SOLIPSIST” to the main artistic video platform fresh from a win at Slamdance 2012 and now he is in the 2012 hand-picked vimeo list. Well it was viewed already more than a million time on vimeo, but as you can see on my archive, this year was not […]
The images above are made by Jason Madara for the rug collection, COLOR REFORM SPECTRUM EDITION by ABC Carpet & Home. Even the rugs are beautiful couleured ones, I am definitely mostly amazed about the brightness and couleur arrangements. Couleurs of my future apartment….
Filmmaker, graffiti artist, and photographer Erdal Inci lives and works in Istanbul, Turkey where he has been experimenting with cloned motion in video since 2004. Over the past few months Inci has converted several of these hypnotic videos into gifs and posted them online, above are a couple of my favorites. I love them!
These images are a few of thousands of color photographs that Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii made between 1905 and 1915. With funding from Czar Nicholas II, he set out to document the diverse people and landscapes of the vast Russian Empire. Prokudin-Gorskii planned to produce images that would be used in classrooms, but the widespread exposure […]
When I watch this short movie “Valtari” by Christian Larson, each time I get goosebumps and am amazed about the perfection of dancers, the choreography by the great Belgian Sidi Larbi Chercaoui, the atmosphere created withe the wonderful music by Sigur Ròs and the beauty of the cold, greenish-grey, empty fabric surrounding. But there are […]
EXTRAORDINAIRY BEAUTY of these wall sculpture by the Hollywood-based artist Krisztianna. Here I show you the Seasons Muertita: four sculptures that represent the seasons. Mixed media wall sculpture with styrofoam, paper maché, wire, clay, wood, acrylic, synthetic flowers, twine, pins, glue, sealant, screws, and lots of love. Wonderfully mix of south-american traditions, vanity symbolism […]
These sculptures from the Seattle-based sculptor Dan Webb are incredible. I really like artists who are working with plastic illusions. and Dan is showing us the beauty of woods combined with characteristic of softer materials as fabrics, flesh, faces. He reminds me of Bernini, who played around marble and made his sculptures also look […]
Now that is something I haven’t seen before in such an intensity. Yulia Brodskaya‘s work with the material paper is extraordinaire beautiful. She was born in Russia and moved then to the UK and there explored several fields: Textile Painting, Origami and Collage to more traditional Fine Art practices. But after years of experimenting and doing […]
Today I present you Daniel Bolliger, an amazing visionary Swiss photographer, creative director and retoucher, who is now based in New York and does eccentric great works of art. He is in a lucky position to be able to choose with whom he likes to work – because his general work is still connected to photography […]
The weather in Berlin is cold, nasty, wet and grey. So that I have to show you something happy, warm, beautiful and light. Canada based illustrator Marc Johns creates whimsical drawings filled with dry wit and humor. “I generally aim to say as much as possible with as few elements as possible,” explains Johns. “I […]
For this work, artist Marc Fichou had the intention to create a piece where the image cannot be separated from its referent.This concept naturally led him towards origami because of the reversible character of its folding process: each can be unfolded back to its creases.The images are a visual link to past and present. […]
Next to the thousands of reasons to visit London more than once a year, this it the next one I have. An exhibition of British glamour since 1950 by the The V&A Museum. After seen an amazing fashion exhibition about the Golden Age of Couture several years ago, I am sure to say the presentation […]
Issey Miyake is my personal hero and this animation, which is already from the year 2007, is done by Euphrates. Animated dots and lines draw various movement of model cat walk, which appears as if actual body of a model is moving from such simple elements like dots and lines. Loving it!
but these graphic advertisings are from the year 1950 to 1970 and are made by the amazing german graphic designer and artist Hanns Lohrer. I came across these posters at a germant big weekly news paper and from what I have seen in the last years in illustration and graphic design, Hanns Lohrer made it […]
Kehinde Wiley engages the signs and visual rhetoric of the heroic, powerful, majestic and the sublime in his representation of urban, black and brown men found throughout the world. By applying the visual vocabulary and conventions of glorification, history, wealth and prestige to the subject matter drawn from the urban fabric, the subjects and stylistic […]
Now it is Paris Fashion Week again. But I will not write directly about fashion but more about some significant person, who helps lots of designers and PR people during this time to send personal letters to each other. The flowers, the petit-fours, the letters sent around town at these times of the year show […]
Now it is time to start again. And I did so with my running schedule and now i found the perfect post to combine the revival of my blog and the revival of my “free” time after my graduation. This article is about Nike’s Flyknit technology -never thought I write about such big brands- but their […]
Matthew Rainwaters was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, which is the part of Los Angeles nobody likes to talk about. and made this series called Beardfolio He traveled to Anchorage in May of ’09 and he photographed everyone as they were done competing. Everything was shot in one day but took months to edit […]
Peter Aurisch is a german tattoo artist and I love his stuff! His tattoos are pure illustration art and even I am not planning in having a tattoo, I can understand why someone wants to have his art on their skin. The lines, the way he uses couleurs, the roughness, detail amorousness….BEAUTIFUL. and the couleurs seems […]
This video “Love Is Making Its Way Back Home” for Josh Ritter’s new EP for was created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post, by the director Erez Horovitz. Nice work!
“The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore” is one of five animated short films that will be considered for outstanding film achievements of 2011 in the 84th Academy Awards ®. Even the animation is digital, everything what is said, shown in the animation is more ” analog” because in my eyes the story is […]
From the moment we open our eyes it fuels our existence. We are on a mission to remind everyone to never lose your sense of curiosity or wonder. Long live learning! SO STAY CURIOUS!
After weeks not wanting to write and look up stuff, I got from my dear friend B from Prague a link which totally hits my interest and I think with this input, I am finally again willing to write and share my interests with you guys. The documentary is an unprecedented global journey to explore the […]
PES (born Adam Pesapane) is a director and animator of numerous short films and commercials. I love his storytelling and his use of everyday objects and stop-motion animation to create original material. He won several film prizes after his first short film “Roof Sex” (2002), which you can see below 🙂 more background information can you find here! […]
Today is my second birthday with this blog and I just want to share things and information that happened in this year: 1. I still like to search and explore things and write about them, even it got less frequently. 2. I am proud to have not lost interest, and I will not because I […]
Haroshi makes his art pieces recycling old used skateboards. His creations are born through styles such as wooden mosaic, dots, and pixels; where each element, either cut out in different shapes or kept in their original form, are connected in different styles, and shaven into the form of the final art piece. Haroshi became infatuated with […]
into time .org is a new piece by Rafaël Rozendaal. When you click on his site, you can play around with the screen, which is diving in a 45° direction every time you click. Wonderful couleurful work! (via today and tomorrow)