Viewing these incredible series of insects made out of recycled paper, makes me really happy. IGEPA Benelux made something insane using only garbage, what a great initiative and great result. View the video below and see how they made these little creatures.
IGEPA – making off
Creative director: Jim Van Raemdonck
Graphic Designers: Phoebe De Corte, Dries Caeckebeke
Interns: Claar De Waele, Sil De Boeck
Making off: Ludovica Saccenti
See more work here: www.coming-soon.be
“I believe my work to be unique and representative of the joys and quirks of being a woman obsessed by today’s fashion culture.” Anna said.
A Swedish painter, Anna Halldin Maule, introducing a few of her perfectly detailed oil paintings. In this movie she paints two oil-paintings, Papillon & A Girl can dream. Viewing her process with the models en creating the perfect image before using her incredible painting technique. Behold her brushstroke by brushstroke process en see how she turns a real life image into a detailed painting.
Hussein Jarouche, the owner of Micasa, a furniture and object store located in São Paulo, and his girlfriend, interior decorator Ana Strumpf, visites New York for about 4 times a year. And when he get there he sleeps in his 87 m2 loft in Chelsea. Creating a space full with design, art and new ideas. Making a patchwork of old plates of brass lamps on the ceiling, hanging different kinds of animals on the wall, industrial objects (chairs, stairs and display cabinet) and of course a lot of art by Alex Katz, James Rosenquist and Damien Hirst.
Everywhere you look you see Pharrell Williams. Creating a big blasted by coming with his new album ‘G I R L’. And now showing his creative side by creating a contemporary exhibition at at the Salle de Bal – a former ballroom at the Hôtel du Grand Veneur, a 17th-century Hôtel Particulier in the Marais area of Paris. Featuring 48 artworks with objects by Marina Abramovic and Ulay, Daniel Arsham, JR, Alex Katz, KAWS, Takashi Murakami, Yoko Ono, Terry Richardson, Cindy Sherman and Andy Warhol. And 12 pieces specially made for the exhibition, including art with his wife, Helen Lasichanh. You can visit the exhibition till June 25 2014.
The Paris-based tattoo artist Gaëtan Le Gargasson filmed in super slow-motion while tattooing. Capturing closeup shots of the tattoo of a Switz called Fabrice. See how the needles puncture the skin from all angles. Look at the process on the movie and it will impress you..
Already showcasing some amazing street styles of the Coachella, I just had to show this festival project by artist Phillip K. Smith, called “Reflection Field“. 5 giant cube structures made of mirrors and LEDs. Creating an impressive prisms of light and color. Showing the fun surrounding the blocks and enchanting Coachella.
The reflection makes the event bigger and feels magical when the sun goes down. Turning the blocks into massive colorful objects.