Sunday, October 31, 2010

Seeing the World Differently

Similar to my post on illusions of daily objects.

Sandrine Estrade Boulet turns normal street scenes into amazing artwork. Some people see the world differently then others. She has a marvelous imagination. Some of her illustrations and creations are obvious once they are visualized, but I would not see it just walking down the road.

Check out more of her illustrations in her gallery.

Via BlogLESS

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Motion Timelapse

Amazing motion control with this timelapse video set with a superb quality of movement.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Lighting of Importance

Check out these incredible shadow sculptures. When light filters through them, hidden messages are unveiled through bent wires, cotton clouds, cardboard boxes, and shrubbery.

The artist's play on words and images give rise to a surprising aesthetic effect, while the kinds of materials he chooses is reminiscent of poetry.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Bread Palette

'Bread Palette', a project developed by Japanese designer ryohei yoshiyuki which aims to rekindle people's artistic sense by encouraging the experimentation of colors on slices of bread.

Using condiments as paints and bread baked in the shape of paint palettes with a hole to insert your thumb, users are meant to mix and match colors and find elements of play in one's ordinary, everyday activities.

Via Design You Trust.

Thursday, October 14, 2010


This video is a finalist in the Vimeo Festival + Awards ‘Experimental’ category and it’s brilliant! Directed by Chris Beckman, he splices random videos of individuals dropping their cameras. A great idea and executed perfectly. Gets my vote!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

2,000 Pieces of Paper of Midnight

Can not image how complicated the production running was with those music video. A music video for Midnight Juggernauts‘ song “Lara Vs The Savage Pack,” directed by Lucinda Schreiber and Beatrice Pegard. It was “shot frame by frame, then re-shot using over 2000 printed pieces of paper.”

Via Booooooom

Monday, October 11, 2010

Manipulating Your Environments

When the canvas of the photo becomes the art form that can feel like a dream world. Work by Jan Kriwol.

Via Illusion 360.

Here's a bonus photo I posted from an unknown artist, but could well be from this very artist. Photoshop is a great weapon in a graphic designers arsenal.

Chewing Gum High Heels

Kobi Levi's "Chewing Gum" high heels are a combination of art and fashion. This is one pair of shoes that you won't be taking a stick or a rock to peal off that unwanted piece of gum from.

Via Gizmodo.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Bringing Colors to Life

I'm on a dance video posting frenzy. This one comes more as an abstract art dance.

Using a speaker, a membrane and paint, it is graceful art of paint movements. And this artistic paint glamor is captured in 5,000 frames per second creating a clarified slow motion effects.

Canon Pixma: Bringing colour to life from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

Turf Dance

A ballet with an urban twist.

Via YAKfilms.

Nothing to Worry About

A hair raising music video from Peter Bjorn and John.

The hairy situation are called the Harajuku rockers.

Bike Song

A good friend on Twitter posted a link to this song the other day and I am obligated to post this to my bike nation. From now on, enjoy every bike ride on your way home.

More tunes from Mark Ronson.

Monday, October 4, 2010


Using the structural architecture of the staircase, 'Framed' uses over 600 meters of picture frames which have been cut and colored to create a dramatic landscape on one of the staircases at the entrance of the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A).

The making:

FRAMED Stuart Haygarth/John Jones installation at the V&A from Stuart York on Vimeo.

Via Design Boom