Director Poppy de Villeneuve and her team of talented creatives have produced this stunning short film titled Love Is Like Life But Longer, a compelling short story about two understated city dwellers. Concealing her narrative in a fair measure of mystery Poppy presents these characters in a meeting
I thought Art Director Thong Van had some really nice photographic works on his flickr page. Currently based in Tokyo, but born in Melbourne, Australia, his works seem to be deep set in minimalism, really taking care of the open space around the subject. You may also notice that a lot of his picture
We don’t tend to cover too many feature films on the site, so you know when one appears it’s well worth taking time out to give it a watch. Director Lauri Haukkamaa and his team have produced this short enticer for their latest creation “In The Spirt Of Little Angels”, depict
Meet your Maker is a fantastic new project by Asylum Artists, a production studio that handles lots of different digital work, for example filming, staging, and CG/Motion. This time round they film a piece that follows the journey of a hand built guitar with stringed instrument maker, Joe Yanuziello
Rummaging through the endless supply of imagery over on Flickr late last night I stumbled upon the talents of Portland based visual artist Delaney Allen. His simplistic and subtle approach to photography really drew me in, and across his portfolio I found myself appreciating the set we have here abo
Marija Strajnic is an Architecture school graduate from Belgrade, Serbia. These works above and below are a random selection of photography from her fantastic portfolio site. It features a vast array of work, from illustrations, to architect drawings, and obviously her photography works. She’s
The Belt Project by Matt from Wood & Faulk has been an interesting project to follow, especially for all of the craft enthusiasts. His friend JD Hooge kindly documented the whole process and shows us just how skilled you have to be to make your own leather goods!
I came across this interesting piece by Charlie Inman who caught up with American photojournalist Martha Cooper before her exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Martha is well known for her documentation of the New York graffiti scene during the 1970’s and 80’s, th
Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, now residing in Berlin, Germany, David Meskhi is a photographer that has really captured the imagination of a wide audience. His flickr account is beaming with comments and likes, and now he’s took this in the real world as well with his works being showcased at all s
We continue today’s content now with this compelling short experimental film from Chicago based creative Ivan Villafuerte. This is his second time appearing in our format and it has to be said that his stark view of his surroundings often lead for a captivating and surreal watch. I think when
I came across these stunning pieces by Arian Behzadi and was really inspried by the parallel he draws between his profession and the creative projects he produces. Arian majored in Biological Science and uses the majority of his spare moments to create visual design projects.
I started reading an interesting excerpt this morning on technology site Gizmodo about a new book out by Nicholas de Monchaux titled Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo. It’s a story about the Apollo Spacesuit, one of the most intricate garments ever assembled, a project nearly too difficult for even