Wow. What a great animated piece by Mandy Smith. This is all made out of paper, each part has to be moved into place one step at a time. It must take a ridiculous amount of hours to get this all correct and set up, let alone the editing and capturing process. I have a […]
Youness Benali is certainly a character of mystery, which in turn makes the work of this creative all the more enticing and engaging. The short piece we have here was crafted by Youness with great imagination, a project derived around the concept of human kind losing control. The visuals are defined
I picked out some really nice images by a Norwegian lady that presents her work under the name Astrid. What first attracted me was the landscape photography, especially the ones that involved colourful buildings and clear skies (hence the picture above). As i rooted deeper into her very well organis
There’s been lots of hype around UK based designer Min Kyu Choi after his award winning spree. The awards were for his recreation of the everyday item that we all have to use, the plug. Now this one is specifically directed towards the UK, but I think there are other countries in the pipeline.
Atlanta based photographer and creative mind John Kelso brings us a small collection of his work, I wanted to showcase his eye for natural tones and also the subtle personality in each of his pieces. A lot of Johns work is inspired by people, presenting them on Flickr and his own personal web space.
An exceptional piece of work by 25 year old Ryan Flett who lives in Nelson BC, Canada. His two passions are skiing and photography, and for this video he has fused both of them together. It was originally made for KMC’s Backyard Booty, with the meaning being about the transition that everyone
Today a Web Developer from Russia comes into the spotlight. Named Alexander Ryabov, I found some inspiring imagery on his flickr profile. Shooting with his 6×6 Medium Format Camera, Alex generates some wonderful tones and some extraordinary depth in his in photographs. I was taken a back by his
Nowhere Near Here is a stop animation by Pahnl. He has been stencilling since 2003 and his whole aim is to make his work interact with it’s environment (which he definitely does in the piece below). In this video we see a combination of light with stencils and long exposure photography to tell
Ryan Schude really does create some eye popping scenes with his photographic work at times, with this in mind I felt he was more than deserving of a spot in our format today. Browsing though his more recent portfolio pieces I found this neat set of creative portraits, which contain so much character
Wallpaper did a nice piece with Saabs new head of design, 36-year old New York-based Jason Castriota. They ask him about Saab, what it means to him, and also how he got started. Overall an interesting interview that springs out some good ideas on the concept of car making. I also liked looking throu
You may think this is some sort of offensive piece directed at New York. Not at all. It’s a piece of music by Fescal with a video to along side it. I’m feeling a bit topsy turvy today in the way of thinking, so this suited my mind frame perfectly. It’s pretty simple, the short [&he
Christmas is coming along quickly and what better way to settle in (or to panic about it all) than to watch some snow fall. I highly doubt it will snow here on the special day itself, if not I guess we can all feel fulfilled by watching Bill Newsingers newest piece titled Snow Bells. Bill […]