Nov 9, 2009

Noma Bar Pictograms.//


Pictograms that tell stories without a single word by israelian artist Noma Bar .//

The one depicting Princess Diana's death is absolutely brilliant!

Entire portfolio here .//

Nov 8, 2009

Liu Bolin-The Invisible Man .//


This guy paints himself... no trick photography ... no photoshop ...he just paints himself...

Nov 7, 2009

Felice Varini @ Vercorin .//


Minutes ago I've posted about a project inspired by Felice Varini without knowing that Felice did it again and this time it's big.Really big. We're not talking about an abandoned building or warehouse anymore. The buildings in the town of Vercorin in the Swiss Alps contribute to an impressive piece by Felice Varini, called Cercle et suite d'├ęclats. Using his 3d technique he created this pattern where the correct image can only be seen from a vantage point. Photographs from the same spot in daylight make the town look flat, almost like a postcard.

Check out the amazing Panorama in full view here:

Keep Taking Care! .//


Brilliant Ad Campaign for condoms.
This company is trying to swift the attention from the Swine Flu madness to a real concerning problem existing since ancient times: AIDS.
Keep taking care.//

Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Creative Director: Martin Mercado
Head of Art: Demian Veleda
Art Director: Ivan Zimmermann
Copywriter: Benjamin Tornquist
Photographer: Juan Mathe / Argentinafoto

Arjan Benning .//


Really Loving the Surreal photography of Arjan Benning from Amsterdam.

Suited Case .//


Now here's a brilliant and odd idea. So you and three friends of yours are traveling and you find out that your train has been delayed and there are no free seats near you.. What do you do?! Designer Erik De Nijs has the solution. He has presented a set of suitcases at the Dutch Design Week, which can be combined to form a sofa when you need to have a rest.

‘Anamorphism‘ .//


This is another project inspired by Felice Varini's vantage point technique.
Graphic design studio Truly Design introduces us to the street art of Ninja182 and his latest project called ‘Anamorphism’ made with contemporary art techniques to create a mind-blowing artwork, which can only be seen in its completeness from a specific angle in the room.