Month: January 2015
2014 Superbowl TV Ads
The Art of Paper
Hands on Sculpture
Let There be Light
Typographic Do’s and Don’ts
More About Bad Breath
Soviet bootleg records pressed on Xrays.
Tree of Life
Double Exposure Collection
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.
The Business End of Creativity
The Art in Gaming
Here is some of the work of Donglu Yu who is Senior Concept Artist at Warner Bros Games.
Danger For Kids
Nice Use of Yes
DJ QBert’s Album cover
Print goes digital with this interactive mixing album cover.
Great Martian War
Using old WW1 footage and CGi they’ve created quite a haunting little film.
Great martian war from PLAZMA on Vimeo.
The Modernity of Retro
Real Time Weather
Audi Visits Mordor
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.
Stunning Flower Vases
Made entirely out of pressed flowers. Not good with water but who cares. It’s beautiful.
Pipe and Nylon Cable Trees
White Russian with Jeff Bridges
Hardly new, but nicely shot by Ivan Zacharias none the less.
The White Russian from Stink on Vimeo.
Knowledge Beautifully Presented
Pencilsword by Toby Morris
I like the use of slight movement to help bring the strip to life.
Canadian UV Passport
The imagery stays within politically safe boundaries, but the UV playfulness works well.
Berlin Fashion Week
Amusing little ditty about Mercedes sponsorship of Berlin Fashion week.
Drone Film of a Freezing Chicago
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.
Shaped By Sensation
The new Mercedes TV from CLM BBDO. Beautiful stuff, but not convinced by the premise.
Bringing Marble to Life
It’s All In The Planning
One Line – Two Words – Done.
Kill The K Cup
Rarely Spoken Words Illustrated
Use What’s There
Maths And Art Unite
Says it all
A good insight always helps
Lego replaces stolen statues
Spooky Use of a Disused Church
Gotta love a bit of magic