English filmmaker/director Philip Bloom brings us quite an inventive way of taking the sights and sounds of Chicago in with this short film he has created aboard a boat. In another one of his eye pleasing time-lapses Philip presents a playful and lighthearted mood as we race through what was origina
Joey Roth, a designer based out of Portland, created this stunning film to compliment one of his newest products, the “Ceramic Speakers”. We’ve seen a few items like this before, specifically “The Natural Speaker” by Studio Joon&Jung. This one’s very differen
Creative couple Elias and Theresa Carlson bring us this collection of stunning landscape photography that they captured together on their recent travels. We seem to have featured a fair few dynamic duos in our format as of late and the Carlsons are more than worthy of a spot with their combined eye
English creative Paul X. Johnson brings us this small collection of illustrated works which have been created in his north east home by the sea. Paul seems to be a great recycler of older styles and scenes, all of his projects have a vintage undertone running throughout.
Good traditional animators are hard to come by, so when Jason Mitcham’s work appeared on the browse earlier I got pretty excited. I get really suckered into the charm and overall handmade feel of these animations that when new projects come along I feel I have to share them.
I felt we should mix it up a little on the photography front so I’ve penciled in a little investigative selection from the documentary style capture of Balarama Heller. His works are quite observational and bring his audience an opportunity to gaze into worlds they perhaps would not get a chan
FIELD, a studio in London for digital art and graphic design, got involved in this interesting project with paper manufacturer GF Smith. Basically they’ve made 10,000 unique digital paintings for the latest Print Test brochure where each sleeve features a different view on a hypercomplex sculp
Jørn Aagaard is a freelance graphic designer based in Oslo, Norway. He’s also part of the collaboration that is Dank, a Norwegian term for ”passing time whilst doing absolutely nothing”, which is based on the idea of a fanzine for skateboarding. The magazine is beautifully designed and ha
For those who don’t already know him, Yoann Lemoine is quite a creative character and today I’m bringing you some of his photography that I’ve hand picked. I could however be bringing you any one of the following that Yoann is currently involved in, or recently has been: animation,
Converted filmmaker Fabian Aguirre brings us this captivating short documentary which introduces Dallas based artist Matthew Kaplinsky. I think we can draw several parallels between filmmaker and subject in this project as both have found themselves in other walks of life before finding their creati
There are few places I’m never disappointed to visit on the internet as of late and Tommy Forbes page has to be one of them. As a frequent traveller Tommy is never short of something original to shoot, I wanted to showcase the depth of cultural diversity that the photographer has lying in his
Tom Sachs is an interesting fellow, this video by The Selby below definitely captured my attention and really shows off innovation and creativity in its wildest sense. Tom is a sculptor based in New York, he is probably best known for his elaborate recreations of various modern icons, for example a