Lorenzo Quinn’s ‘Vroom Vroom’ sculpture is installed in its new setting on Park Lane in London. The four-metre high sculpture consists of a vintage Fiat 500, the first car that the sculptor ever bought, grasped by an oversized aluminium child’s hand modelled from Quinn’s son.
AIDIA STUDIOS, MILKYWAVE 2012: installation for beijing’s design festival. 1,664 reused yogurt pots.
Korean designer Do Ho Suh – The ‘Floor’ installation consists of thousands of multicolored plastic toy figures holding up a large glass plate that can hold the weight of people across the glass.
Having a product that helps prevent a problem that is often in our face helps create good ads. I do like that this could be read either way. He has bad breath , but so does she. One more thing, it occurred to me that the word ‘Halitosis’ is specially designed to expose those whose have it.
Soviet bootleg records pressed on Xrays.
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Francesco Mugnai’s collection of favourite double exposure portraits, an art form that was put to good use in the credits of the TV series ‘True Detective’. This one below is by Alessio Albi.
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I love a clever business card.
Here is some of the work of Donglu Yu who is Senior Concept Artist at Warner Bros Games.
Print goes digital with this interactive mixing album cover.
Using old WW1 footage and CGi they’ve created quite a haunting little film.
Great martian war from PLAZMA on Vimeo.
Lovely idea simply put, like all good VW ads.
I’m surprised the Tolkien foundation allowed it.
Something from my own camera. I took it while in the forests that surround Sissinghurst Gardens, near to where I live in Kent. I like it because it looks like one of those ink drawings where you used to blow the ink with a pipe. If you zoom in close it’s remarkable how some of the smaller branches look like a street map.
Made entirely out of pressed flowers. Not good with water but who cares. It’s beautiful.
Cherry Tree installation by Tom Price. Made exclusively from polypropylene pipe and nylon cable ties, the work pays homage to Washington DC’s own iconic cherry trees.
Hardly new, but nicely shot by Ivan Zacharias none the less.
The White Russian from Stink on Vimeo.
I like the use of slight movement to help bring the strip to life.
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The imagery stays within politically safe boundaries, but the UV playfulness works well.
Amusing little ditty about Mercedes sponsorship of Berlin Fashion week.
I wonder if all those helicopter pilots who’ve made a living from flying film crews around are starting to get a little bit worried.
The new Mercedes TV from CLM BBDO. Beautiful stuff, but not convinced by the premise.
Close up of Bernini’s ‘Rape of Persephone’.
How JK Rowling planned her Potter novels
Interesting use of light and shade to break down each letter to its most basic form.
Ad warning against texting while driving.
Something that has resurfaced recently during the ‘Je Suis Charlie’ movement.
People have done ram raids for a lot less. Just saying.
It doesn’t matter what it looks like if you’ve got a good insight.
Margaret Island in Budapest hosts a park where there are over 30 statues, all depicting the nation’s finest artists. Two of these bronze statues were stolen in the summer, and there is no money for their replacement.
Gotta love a bit of magic