3D artist from Prague. To see more of his work click (here)
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The work reflects on the psychological and emotional experience of the human being facing change: A constant movement towards unexplored places. The void that mediates between islands and silhouettes is the representation of an encounter between the self and the principles of its consciousness; It is a distant and silent space that can only be loaded with memory (experience, experience) as long as it is inhabited. The fractured and discontinuous atmosphere refers to a No Place whose aesthetic proposes distance between the observer and the event.
The work is based on a photographic record made in areas of the Pacific that are relevant for their migratory dynamics. The artist’s experiences are integrated into a language of drawing that refers to cosmological representations. The assembly of the work is done from 9 pieces that make sense when they dialogue with each other. The plans fulfill the function of giving the viewer multiple readings, always subordinated to the drawing of a fluid line that does not stop.
Text: David Cabrera / Web: felipebedoya
Sculptor Alessandro Gallo gives animal heads to people and the result is freakishly real. Check out the whole portfolio on www.alessandrogallo.net
These GIFs are digital collages made mostly from northern and early renaissance paintings. See more here
Through the concept of chromatic eatsploration, this project explores a seven universe series of photography for Ovnew restaurant. A restaurant that explores food through an experiential sensory journey with a unique menu that crosses flavors from around different continents. The key words to follow to create this visual identity are Futurism, Primitive, Neurofood, Arabia, Asia, Amazonia & Europa. Each key word represents one of their food experiences in a conceptual direct personification.
The series encourages the spectator to sense a big bang of flavours through visual taste, human creation a aesthetic food concepts. (via)
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DA: Nouvelle Administration | Set design: Catherine White, Camille Barrantes | Photos: LM Chabot | Production: L’Eloi | Hair + MUA: Janick Sabourin | Retouche: Victoria Lord
Designer Jason Freeny is known for his humorous realizations of popular toys turned into anatomical models. Lego figures, Barbie dolls, gingerbread men, and even gummy bears have all gotten the cross-section treatment. Each toy comes as a kit you can assemble yourself. (via The Awesomer)