Growing up in the 1980s, the photographer Renaud Marion thought that by the year 2000 everyone would be piloting flying cars.
Marion’s dream of one day propelling a floating vehicle has not yet become reality but in this Air Drive series, the 39-year-old has brought to life the ‘hover’ vehicles of his childhood fantasies.
Tectonics of Transparency is a glass structure made by Cristina Parreño Alonso Architecture. Its geometry changes in appearance according to the position of the viewer. The architectural installation aims to generate high compressive strength as a vehicle to produce spatial environments that are specific to the glass medium. The use of glass as the only material touches on issues of perception, privacy, transparency, light and opacity. In turn, the artifact has the potential to exude multiple interpretations.
The residence you’re about to see, captures the meaning of essence and symbolism. Located in Madrid – were the Spanish duo – fashion designer David Delfin and photographer Gorka Postigo reside, is encompassing a strong unique quality in both the design and the aesthetic domain.
Yojiro Kake is a Japanese fashion designer based in Florence, Italy. His Fall/Winter 2014 collection was inspired by the rainy days, the puddles on the street, the blurred sight from the window, the imagination between the sunlight and clouds. Composed with classic items as trench coats, capes, down jackets – all garments were reconstructed subtly from menswear tailoring.
Started as a personal side project, Germany-based designer Lachnit has created The Circular Calendar from scratch, for the first time – back in 2013.
The Circular Calendar that upon first glance looks a lot like a sunny-side up egg, is way much better than a regular wall calendar!
Marking his first work in Paris, japanese architect Sou Fujimoto has created a monumental installation in Paris – Jardins des Tuileries, composed of suspended metal cubes and plants, for the FIAC art fair.
Commissioned by Parisian art gallery Philippe Gravier, the Many Small Cubes installation features stacked boxes – some filled with plants and small trees – attached one to another by only an edge or a corner, seemingly hover in mid-air as they rise above the landscape, forming a visually light and aerial architectural piece.
In this mesmerizing photography series entitled “Poussières d’étoiles” – Stardust, french photographer Ludovic Florent captured dancers gracefully interacting with flour, highlighting the natural beauty of the human body.
‘Behind every carnal envelope hides a soul that is both sensitive and flamboyant as I try to capture in each of my photographs.’ said Ludovic.
For his first foray into making a short film, Kevin Frilet did not plump for the easy road. He shot Under in a pool within the suburbs of Paris, casting friends, family and acquaintances aged seven to 77, most of whom had never dived before.
Kevin wanted to create a liquid universe where time is suspended, space infinite and depth unknown, even if the brief was high-concept and low budget – at the same time.
Ladies & Gentleman Studio is a Seattle based studio with a focus on exploration and play.
They apply their simple, yet unexpectedly fresh aesthetic in various facets of design ranging from small objects, home decor goods, jewelry, furniture, lighting, and beyond.
Their latest collection SHAPE UP is simply amazing!