Showing posts with label art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label art. Show all posts

Friday, 25 April 2014

Amazing cutout dioramas by Hari & Deepti

Layers of paper are illuminated from the back creating a sensational depth and atmosphere. Originally from India and now based in Denver, Hari and Deepti, believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”

Bordo Bello NYC // Making of Rise and Skate from Harikrishnan on Vimeo.


Friday, 7 March 2014

The Famous Grouse: The Famous Sculpture

Famous Grouse whiskey asked whiskey fans the following question: "What would you like to be famous for?". The most original hopes and dreams where carved with laser in the aluminium strips that where used to built this innovative scuplture. A motion sensitive light project the answers around the gallery. Impressive work.

The Famous Grouse - The Famous Sculpture

The Famous Grouse Sculpture from Marshmallow Laser Feast on Vimeo.

Advertising Agency: AMV BBDO, London
Production Company: PRETTYBIRD
Director: Marshmallow Laser Feast
Producer: Margo Mars
Sculpture Design: Marshmallow Laser Feast & Studio Roso
Kinetic Design: Ruairi Glynn
Final sculpture DOP: Brett Turnbull
Additional footage: Sandra Ciampone
Editor: Sandra Ciampone
Music: Dave Cooke 

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Electrolux UltraCaptic: The world's first vacuum art

Thai artist Chalit Nakpawan created "Power", the world's first work of art from a vacuum cleaner. The editing is very good, giving you the illusion that the vacuum creates the art. The Electrolux UltraCaptic model has an innovative system called Compact & Go feature, which compresses dust and dirt in a unique container to prevent it from diffusing in the air. Great work from Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand.

Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand
Creative Group Head: Papop Chaowanapreecha
Art Directors: Shayne Chomchinda, Kajohnchai Rodklongtan, Patharaporn Khunchon, Weerayut Angkharach
Copywriters: Ranongsak Tanoparat, Chavanon Tantisiriseranee
ECD: Joel Clement
Agency Producer: Aitthipat Boonkumol
Artist: Chalit Nakpawan
Production Company: Wakeup Rabbit
Director: Pagorn Jungrungruang
Assistant Director: Thitipong Pimolwetkul
DOP: Chalongwut Chorruangsak
Production Manager: Nuttheera Payakken
Producer: Athip Vichuchaianan
2nd Camera: Siriwat Seesaeng
Editor: Wisarut Deelorm

Thursday, 26 September 2013

BOX: One-of-a-kind projection mapping onto moving surfaces

A truly magnificent piece of work, exploring the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Bot & Dolly produced this work to serve as both an artistic statement and technical demonstration. It is the culmination of multiple technologies, including large scale robotics, projection mapping, and software engineering.

Next level visual and interactive designer GMUNK has a detailed presentation about the project here.

Production Company: BOT & DOLLY
Executive Producers: Bill Galusha, Nick Read
Executive Creative Director: Jeff Linnell
Creative & Technical Director: Tarik Abdel-Gawad
Design Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
Lead Graphic Designers: Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr
3D Artists: Scott Pagano, Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr, Conor Grebel
2D Artists: Conor Grebel, Ben Hawkins, Pedro Figuera
Director of Photography: Joe Picard
Lighting Designers: Joe Picard, Phil Reyneri
Projection / Touch Designer: Phil Reyneri
Robotics Animation: Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Brandon Kruysman, George Banks, Michael Beardsworth
Robotics Operator: Michael Beardsworth, Brandon Kruysman
Prop Fabrication: Matt Bitterman, Ethan Dale
Script Supervisor: Ian Colon
Sound Engineers: Joe Picard, Michael Beardsworth
PAs: Sean Servis, Dakota Smith, Nico Mizono, Eric Wendel, Patrick Walsh
Editors: Ashley Rodholm, Ian Colon
Music / Sound Design: Keith Ruggiero
Sound Mix: Joel Raabe
Performers: Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Iris, Scout

Monday, 23 September 2013

Dropping: High-speed photographs of ink and oil

Amazing fluid sculpting from Alberto Seveso. As big fan of the chaos theory, he used ink and oil and high-speed photography to make "Dropping".

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Weird Beauty

Women faces as canvases. The artists used only black & white make-up. Very interesting photographic project. 

The "Weird Beauty" project is made from Alexander Khokhlov in collaboration with great make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan.
More here

Monday, 16 July 2012

Christoffer Relander: We are nature

Great photography. All images are done “in-camera” while shooting with a Nikon D700. After processing, the contrast and tones were adjusted. The hand portraits are all triple exposed.

Photographer: Christoffer Relander

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

BMW M5 - "Bullet" high performance art

Awesome video from BMW. An M5 going through a glass apple, water balloons and a shooting target, extremely fast but shown in a super slow bullet motion. Imagine a frame rate as high as a 1000 frames per second.

Advertising Agency: Cundari, Toronto, Canada

Friday, 25 May 2012

Isaac Cordal: Cement Bleak

Urban installation projecting shadows with public lights in Dalston, London. Faces modelled on grid of several colanders projecting their shadows on the pavement. Main idea is to try to make larger projections drawings with public light resources.


Caten: Kinetic sound installation

Truly amazing installation. Caten is a levitating sculpture, created for the Saint Sauveur chapel in Caen.
It is composed by 300 fine wires suspended from two ropes, connected themselves at each end to a slowly rotating arm, form an evanescent surface which interacts with the architecture.
The sound composition is inspired by the medieval solmisation prayers, especially the first verse of "Ut Queant Laxis", also known as the "hymn to St John the Baptist", used in the eleventh century to determine the names of the notes of the scale used in latin countries.
At each turn, the engines emit one of the first 4 notes of the scale (Ut, Re, Mi, Fa), creating a sequence of intervals, constantly reconfigured. Low frequencies resonate in the space and emphazise the transcendental character of a place once dedicated to faith.
The name is derived from the term catenary, which describes the plane curve formed by a rope hanging between two points.


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