In a nutshell… Open your eyes wide! I can’t, I have a pool… Dubai holds a new world record for the world’s deepest diving pool, reports CNBC. Opened a few days ago, this attraction, which is in addition to all the other huge infrastructures in the city, aims to attract tourists despite the pandemic. The…
Open your eyes wide! Gabriel Soares is an illustrator and concept artist for the film industry. Dive into his fantastic universe…
Everyone knows the Gif, one of the most used formats on the Internet. Yet it is a format often described as has-been. To deregulate it, Jamie Beck, a great photographer, and Kevin Burg, an animation specialist, invented the Cinemagraph, a revisited Gif that is neither a photo nor a video and whose purpose is to illustrate a short story.
The most beautiful ice cubes you will ever see made by the TBWA/Hakuhodo advertising agency. These 3D sculpture works were designed for an advertising campaign for a Japanese whisky.
The term “photographic manipulations” is used to describe dreamlike collages in which seemingly incongruous images are mixed together. It is precisely their combination that tells the story: by using graphic editors to assemble various fragments of realistic photographs, the artist creates illusory worlds.
Planes without windows, with a panoramic view, is the astonishing proposal unveiled by the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI). Within the next ten years, the British group would like to install new generation screens on several aircrafts, offering passengers an unprecedented view of the sky throughout the flight.
Quote to ponder: “The quiet ones often turn out to be the best speakers when given the opportunity.
“Between What I think, What I mean, What I think I say, What I say, What you want to hear, What you hear, What you understand… there are ten possibilities that we may have difficulties in communicating. But let’s try anyway…”
The artist Porky Hefer has created some very original poufs, beds and hammocks in the shape of wild animals. A way to raise awareness about the disappearance of these endangered species.
Make way for poetry with Daniel Agdad, an Australian artist based in Melbourne, director of animated films and monomaniacal creator of these fabulous cardboard sculptures!