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Morbidus

by Xavier Speeleveld

The idea was to create a 1-minute video to create a character that was cute but some sort of disgusting at the same time, to put the counterpoint to the whole story. The aim of “Morbidus” is to be a colorful drama, an inflatable thought about the weight of creativity on individuals. Th eoutcome is weird but in a sense wonderfull. Enjoy!

Source: IdN

 

Stefano Pugliese

by Xavier Speeleveld

This spring we met the symphatic Italian architect and designer Stefano Pugliese on the Milan's Design week at Ventura Lambrata. Stefano designed a new vases collection, "The Marchigüe"that seeks simplicity and purity of design through a conceptual exercise on the interaction and synthesis between form, shape and decoration. A pair of two-dimensional shapes, a circle and a hexagon, are linked together to form the raw material, concrete, into a finely crafted object. The design process, clearly visible on the surface of the vases, thus becomes the only decorative element of these monochromatic volumes.

Vases are available on : www.stefanopugliese.com

 

 

 

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Tom Beddard

by Xavier Speeleveld

You may not know what fractals are, mathematically speaking, but you know what they look like: tangled forms bending and burbling in on themselves into infinity in a geometric, yet weirdly organic way. Generating fractal images is more like exploration than design. It’s all about heavy maths and programmation that is required to render visually. Sometimes you have to wait form minutes for the image to appear. But the result is out of range !

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Way Out

by Xavier Speeleveld

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Mike Pelletier

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

This was a collaborative project with Geoffrey Lillemon for the window at Random Studio in Amsterdam. The main graphic inspiration for this project was Lotte Reiniger’s 1926’s film “The Adventures of Prince Achmed”. The artist wanted to create a physical, kinetic sculpture inspired by the strong graphic silhouettes found in her films. The sculptures were created from laser-cut plywood and we used custom dc and servo motor controllers to drive the animations. For the window installation they used a LCD projector to rear-project on the window. This gave the psychedelic cats an animated backdrop for the silhouettes, as well the opportunity to add some extra animated effects to the silhouettes such as eye blinks. They coated the windows with lacquer to create the projection surface.

Source: Mike Pelletier

Camera Obscura

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

Titled "camera obscura", cuban-born artist Abelardo Morell has taken a series of long exposure photographs that capture vivid scenes of well known sites from around the world. from times square in new york to the pantheon in rome, morell blackens the windows of site specific rooms by setting up a small pinhole within the different located fenestrations. inverted projected images from the exterior environment floods the inner fabric of the space, wrapping everything with high detail. as a result, accurate compositions emerge from the over-exposed photographs.

Source : designboom

 

 

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Lullaby

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

A movement in the corner of the room! And there is nothing I can do

when I realize with fright that the spiderman is having me for dinner tonight!

The Cure - Lullaby

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Justine Blau

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

Satellite views taken out from Google Earth have been printed out and folded up into origami 'paper hens', to constitute a collection of mountain peaks. The taxonomic selection criteria is based on natural mountains summits that coincide with national borders outlines. Great work!

Source: Justine Blau

 

 

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The real life Models - Flora Borsi

by Xavier Speeleveld

Hungarian artist Flora Borsi has conceptualized what the models of classic paintings would look like by photo-manipulating the compositions. As almost every photographer uses graphics software to complete their work, Borsi swaps roles, re-imagining paintings such as those by Picasso, Kees Van Dongen and Amedeo Modigliani as photo-realistic model figures. 'Some artists use pure imagination to paint their artworks, others may prefer to create art by using a real life model as reference for the anatomy,' says Borsi. 'what if these abstract models were real people?'

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Clemens Behr

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

Clemens Behr's (Berlin) work is based on abstract installations and sculptures built in both public and interior environments. These three-dimensional and volumetric collages which usually are dimensionally huge are made of found recycled ephemera as well as basic building materials such as cardboard, wood, paint, tape and found materials. 

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Picture of the Day

by Xavier Speeleveld

Fun in the streets.....we love it !

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David Zinn

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

David Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor since 1987, serving all manner of clients from small shops to major municipalities. His artistic style and professional approach are grounded in a desire to communicate concepts clearly, and with a sense of humor where appropriate.

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Picture of the Day

by Xavier Speeleveld

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Gravity

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

Gravity is a force pulling together all matter The more matter, the more gravity. Our photographer has his own interpretation of urban gravity.

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Sayaka Maruyama

by Xavier Speeleveld

Sayaka Maruyama's practice traverses the mediums of photography, film, drawings, installation and performance. Drawing on classical Japanese references and Surrealist motifs, her work explores contradictory contemporary understandings of Japanese notions of beauty, from both Western and Eastern perspectives. 

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Danish Design

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

Traditionally Danish design is associated with wooden furniture and natural colour. With this exhibition, they wanted to reinterpret the traditional aesthetics through the use of colour – to create a new experience of the relationship between the classic and the modern products. The work of influential artist Josef Albers inspired the exhibition design. Abers’ paintings explored coloured boxes within boxes – and how colours look when seen one at a time, and how they appear in different combinations.

 

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Sarah Illenberger

by Xavier Speeleveld

Berlin based artist. Fun is on her side.

McForrest.

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