He’s only 17 and already has great qualities when it comes to put his talent to work. Jeremy Young comes from New Zealand and has his very own style. It’s all about colors, and minimalism, drawing portraits with his own touch.
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The Art of Tailoring is both a great piece of art and a good advertising. Made as a showcase for the Jawdat Ejjeh shop in Beirut, Lebanon, it took exactly 10 people & 3 month of work to create the whole concept. With 9 hours to set up the 1292 spools of thread & their 63 colors, the young lebanese team created a great way of proposing an appealing display with an actual message.
Photographer Ben Franke took parkour art to another level with this serie of photography entitled Parkour in Motion.
Shooting in NYC with a Canon 5D Mark II & a 24-80mm lens, he tried to capture what Parkour looks like when it’s seen in stop motion. The images are quite bluffing, picture an authentic moment of effort in what is considered as an impressive sport and an amazing art.
Fedrigoni are a well established, Italian paper company who have refined the art and science of making fine quality special papers. The challenge was to create a campaign which will ensure the entire UK design industry hears about the paper selection tool, consisting of 262 various paper samples which enables designers to choose the best shade and most suitable surface for their very next project. The final design was focused on quality Italian products and pride in appearance. Italian fashion houses supply the highest quality goods in the market, working with the finest materials, his aim was to capture this very same message for the Fedrigoni paper range.
The designer chose to create dinner jackets because not only do they portray a strong image of quality, but just as importantly, classic, traditional design.He developed four templates, one for each element of the outfit, shirt, waistcoat, jacket and bow tie. Once each element is made they simply slot together, allowing you to make your own, and experiment with the different paper qualities and colour combination until you are happy with the outcome. Fedrigoni claim that their papers are ultra functional yet wonderfully expressive, this inspired him to produce a wide range of styles, from simple, subtle colours and patterns to much more elaborate combinations. The book would be sent to Fedrigoni’s existing customers, of which a large majority are top fashion labels, promoting the new color tool.
El Montero is a restaurant located in the city of Saltillo in the Mexican state of Coahuila, not far from the Texan border. The surrounding area is desert and the visual and culinary style of the restaurant reflect this restaurant. The town itself is nicknamed both the Athens of Mexico for its history and concentration of intellectuals. This restaurant uses the combination of sophistication and aged materials, contemporary and historical, dark and light. One cannot miss the fantastic, custom-created chandelier consisting of more than 4 kilometers of chain. While the restaurant was designed well, we can also see the great branding that they created for this place. The branding and interior design of El Montero were developed by Anagrama, a multi-disciplinary creative agency located in San Pedro Garza García in the state of Nuevo León.
An elevation of natural phenomena and perceptual experience is behind all David DiMichele’s imagined installations. Pushing the envelope of what seems possible, he is creating inspiring art. With his photographs of seemingly impressive, large-scale installations, he gives viewers little chance not to pay attention. His installation photographs are usually shot in low-angle with humans included for scale, and with careful attention to lighting, deep focus, and composition. Unlike most installation photos, however, DiMichele’s documentations are themselves artworks. As their titles reveal, they are ‘Pseudodocumentation’, depicting masterfully made models for works whose full-scale perceptual tricks and awe-inspiring sublimity can only be imagined.
These beautiful art photos of Italy. Teacher from Treviso, known as Giuseppe Desideri will show you his native land by a very unusual angle. Mysteriously, sometimes looks like they are in the middle ages.
Check out this minimalist design and monochromatic surroundings. Francesco Lo Castro from Florida, his work will drawing your attention with his multicolor paintings. He uses oils and acrylics, spray paint and silkscreen as well as layered epoxy resin and gold leaf, usually on a wood base.
The most interesting artworks are artworks combining ordinary items and the art itself. Like the following artworks of Russian photographer Pol Tergejst. He uses flame shapes to create some kind of flame-shape paintings, he composes different images of them. In this post you will see small part of his artworks where he tried to be creative and use the flames, burned matches, and smoke in order to create unique artworks.
Created by talanted art duet from Petersburg, Russia –Aleksey&Marina – that consist of photographer Aleksey Kozlov and designer Marina Khlebnikova. They specialize on art photos and aren’t limited with particular topics. In their portfolio you could find photos of animals, landscapes, and even art nude. Interesting ideas and compositions, sweet girls and talanted processing.
Matthew Shlian works within the increasingly nebulous space between art and engineering. As a paper engineer, Shlian’s work is rooted in print media, book arts, and commercial design, though he frequently finds himself collaborating with a cadre of scientists and researchers who are just now recognizing the practical connections between paper folding and folding at microscopic and nanoscopic scales.
“Botanicus Interacticus” is a Disney research project that uses an electrode in the soil of a plant to turn the entire plant into a multitouch interface that can be used to control computers and other devices.
Botanicus Interacticus is a technology for designing highly expressive interactive plants, both living and artificial. The technology is driven by the rapid fusion of our computing and living spaces. Botanicus Interacticus an interaction platform that takes interaction from computing devices and places it anywhere in the physical environment. In particular we are targeting living plants.
Botanicus Interacticus has a number of unique properties. This instrumentation of plants is simple, non-invasive, and does not damage the plants. It requires only a single wire placed anywhere in the soil. The interaction with plants goes beyond simple touch and allows rich gestural interaction. Examples include: sliding fingers on the stem of the orchid, detecting touch and grasp location, tracking proximity, and estimating the amount of touch contact between user and a plant.
Botanicus Interacticus also deconstructs the electrical properties of plants and replicates them using electrical components. This allows the design of a broad variety of biologically inspired artificial plants that behave nearly the same as their biological counterparts. The same sensing technology is used with both living and artificial plants.
A broad range of applications are possible with Botanicus Interacticus technology: designing interactive responsive environments and new forms of living interaction devices as well as developing organic ambient and pervasive interfaces.
Stephen Chang is a senior concept artist currently working at LucasArts. Stephen attended the Art Center College of Design with a full scholarship in product design. He did his Bachelors of Science with Honors and also majored in Product Design as well expanded education in Transportation Design, Illustration and Entertainment Design. He has worked on projects like Spider-Man 3 the movie videogame and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed I & II. Stephen really knows how to transfer his great ideas into amazing work.
Craig Tracy, a New Orleans native, has been a professional artist since the age of sixteen. Never satisfied with conventional contemporary art, Craig was always searching for a form of expression that would amplify his unique creative perspective eventually leading him to take his expertise in bodypainting into the realm of fine art. I have been a fan of bodypainting since a while and Craig definitely takes it to the next level. Nothing against some skin and color combined.
His work encompasses a bevy of techniques from traditional paintbrush for the majority of the work mixed with airbrush, finger-painting, sponging, splatter and dripping as part of the process as well. Often inspired by a specific body’s shape or perhaps a unique pose, Craig takes inspiration from daily doses of culture, nature and intellectual constructs. We hope you have as much fun as we did in trying to decipher the living from the faux in this visually stunning gallery.
Considered a cornerstone in Bodypaintings progressive movement, today Craig Tracy Bodypaints exclusively as well he owns and operates the very first art gallery in the world dedicated to fine art Bodypainted images. The gallery allows even the most seasoned art collectors and novices alike to see and experience first hand what Bodypainting is ultimately capable of expressing. With a passionate and pioneering spirit Craig personally meets and educates hundreds of people each week in the gallery. The Craig Tracy Gallery is filled with spectacular photographic, paper and canvas prints as well there are numerous videos of the process and books that focus on this art form. Please feel free to visit the gallery if you are ever in or near New Orleans. You will not regret the experience.
Concept cars are basically a creative mind at work with no limitations. You dont need to worry about how street legal it is or how much damage it will do to a person if you hit them doing 20mph… the answer is it does allot no matter how you design it you stupid regulations people. Any how that’s the biggest short coming of a concept car. What you see at the auto show wont ever make it to your drive way. Yet it shows what we car capable of building and that a chevy impala may actually be the most boring car on earth. Now that i offended the one Impala owner who visits this site we can safely move on. Check out this wide range of properly awesome concept cars. Brands include Bugatti, Ferrari, Tesla, Formula one, McLaren, BMW, and Mercedes Benz.
In the 1980s, Mr. T was the toughest dude on television. Homie even got then-First Lady Nancy Reagan to sit on his lap and discuss ways to battle the crack epidemic. And in 1984, he dropped Mr. T’s Commandments, a kid-friendly record that encouraged children to stay in school and away from drugs. But T’s reputation as America’s baddest bearded black man has since faded and a new breed of badass has emerged — the dudes of Maybach Music Group, and particularly its captain, Rick Ross. However, Mr. T’s influence is very much alive as evidenced by Mr. Ross’s newly unveiled God Forgives, I Don’t cover art.
French artist Mademoiselle Maurice creates stunning geometric figures on urban surfaces in Paris. For her recent project Rainbow, she used hundreds of colorful folded origami figures. Each of simple geometric shapes represents ideas such as harmony, spirituality and balance. Rainbow is a temporary installation.