I love that instead of throwing any old MJ song over top of this Annette opted for the sound of swishing feet! Watch below!
Various works by Clemens Behr.
Masks by Yaacov Kaufman. Tel Aviv, Israel. These masks aren’t a great representation of Kaufman’s body of work as he is a celebrated industrial designer, but there was a spontaneity to them that I really liked. Later he showed us his circle experiments that were on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the work shared a similar energy to the masks.
Love this series of cordial invitations by Keetra Dean Dixon. Easily some of the best graphic work I’ve posted on this site.
A Way To Go is an impressive online experience that demonstrates the potential of future creativity, combining interactive 3D video, animation, illustration and (if you have a headset), virtual reality, recommended to everyone. Put together by Vincent Morisset, Caroline Robert, douard Lanctt-Benoit and produced by the National Film Board of Canada, this work was included in the interactive section of the most recent Sundance Film Festival. You are an anonymous character who can either walk or run in a woods setting, maybe stop to look around and examine the surroundings. From scene to scene, your mouse clicks perform various effects from the visual to the audio. Here, animation is not a passive experience and you have some sense of agency, all of this put together using current web technology. You have to check this out for yourself – you need to use the Google Chrome web browser, put look around, play around, and have fun here.
This graffiti video wins the award for best filming/editing. Sofles covers an abandoned area with all kinds of work, captured in a series of continuous moving time-lapses. I saw his work everywhere when I was there in April. Watch the video below!
Some recent coloured pencil drawings by Melbourne-based artist Paul White. See more below.
Paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Rebecca Bird. More below.
Photos by Bridget Collins. Brooklyn, New York.
More flawless work from Taiwanese illustrator Hsiao-Ron Cheng. See more of her fashion-inspired portraits below!
My sister’s friend Andrea spotted some amazing yarnbombing (knit graffiti) by Howie Woo, at the Davie Village community garden! It’s literally raining cats and dogs out here! Last four images via:
Stumbled upon some great editorial shoots for on Flickr. They look like frames from a Bjork video!