Fashion illustration meets the fashion video
One of my favorite songs from Duran Duran and some moody cinematography
More than 110 million songs, albums and radio stations have been played 40 billion times through apps integrated with Facebook’s Open Graph. So what does it look like when millions of sound waves travel through Facebook?
This show from Rick Owen's S/S 2014 Collection comes across not so much as a fashion but more as a performance piece. Also a brilliant piece of word of mouth advertising...not to mention the myriad of social issues it brings up ...
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An infinitely changeable logo is at the heart of a new visual identity created by Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam for Coca Cola.
The agency was asked to reinvigorate the teen-focused Coca Cola Music platform, which incorporates all music-related marketing activity including special events and digital campaigns in different markets.
Eerste Sid Lee met Absolut en nu W + K met Coca Cola. Amsterdam lijkt een beetje creatieve stad zijn deze dagen.
Sid Lee has taken over the mantle of Absolut advertising from TBWA. A new commissioned Art Series that features artist impressions of the products for the iconic Swedish brand. Big push coming from the Canadian network in the past month.
La surconsommation désigne un niveau de consommation situé au-dessus de celui des besoins normaux ou d'une consommation moyenne.
Image provenant du film Samsara : Samsara est un mot tibétain qui signifie la roue de la vie, un concept à la fois intime et vaste, qui définit l'âme de chacun.
Start Up Universe [visual.ly], developed by information design agency Accurat and graphic designerBen Willers for visualization community aggregator Visually, provides a comprehensive view of the relationships between startup companies and their founders and investors (venture capitalists) since the year 1990.
Based on the extensive CrunchBase database, the interactive visualization allows access to more than 12,000 venture capitalists, 29,000 startups and 34,000 founders.
Watch Dogs - We Are Data, developed by the French global video game publisher Ubisoft, is the first website to gather publicly available and real-time data about Paris, London and Berlin in a single interface.
More specifically, all available data originating from the three cities is visualized on an interactive 3D map, allowing users to discover a data-centric view of their city.
When in doubt, turn to Tokyo. And there's half a dozen prominent stylists who will testify to that. TOKYO DANDY's co-founder Dan Bailey, along with Joe Kazuaki have done an inspiring job of encapsulating and re-selling Japanese Street Culture back to global luxury purveyors like Vuitton and Dom Perignon.
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And so it begins. Gaga's taking back of the cultural moment. In Pop, Cultural Moments are so fleeting these day, maybe we should think of them more as Cultural Seconds. Given our cultural blip-sphere, where 1st week sales might be as good as it gets, you kind of have to admire the gifted megalomaniacs of our day who try to hew great moments …mass movements so to speak…out of a pop market atomized into millions of niche markets.
Les auto-portraits d’Alicia Savage sont emprunts de poésie et de délicatesse. Entre poses lascives et envols vaporeux, elle se met en scène et laisse le spectateur entrer dans son monde aux frontières de la réalité. Des clichés superbes dont les couleurs et la lumière incitent à la fois au voyage et à l’introspection.
Phototrails is a joint project between the department of History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh, the Software Studies Initiative at California Institute for Telecommunication and Information, and The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
“Dita’s Gown,” a dress designed for Dita Von Teese using 3-D printing technology — which is most often used to create objects and architectural models — caused a stir when it was first shown at a symposium on 3-D design in New York last March. On June 12, it will be the West Coast’s turn to marvel, when one of its masterminds, the costume and jewelry designer Michael Schmidt, discusses the dress.