A vacationing ninja finds true love, but it’s much more than he expected. This nice animation short was directed by Daniel Klug, it took about nine months for completion, and was done with Maya 2009, MentalRay, and AfterEffects.
pOrnamental > art from porn
Volumetric shapes generated from xxx rated images represented as physical objects.
Each piece’s title is an anagram of the original xxx filename.
so, guess where does “Soviet Habakkuk Mess” comes from.
The collection of 20 images is divided in three series: Golden / Carnal / Fetish
New impressive design for a 1-kilometer section of Hua Qiang Bei Road in Shenzhen, born by the hard work of Work Architecture Company was awarded first prize. The design responds to the area’s growing commercial character which has unfortunately created traffic problems. For the proposal, the road becomes a series of “strategic interventions” where “five iconic lanterns”, (twisting bands of required program) create unique, visible destinations through a process of “urban acupuncture”.
A cool typographic experimental project.
Artist Stephen Powers is leading a forty-painter team on an ambitious project called “Love Letter”.
It’s that time of the year again! The rumors about the next iPhone are all over the place.
Image Source: Yasuhiko Ito
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One Trip Pass is an ongoing project that includes pop-up shops, design collaborations and a blog. The name comes from a trek across the desert in the winter of 2009 when an economic crisis and a season of political change made old structures collapse and new ideas come to mind. That one trip was a rediscovery of American craft and standards, and humor and kitsch–all seen in flea markets and second-hand shops and even gas stations–wherever folks were putting pices of Made-in-USA menswear back in circulation.
The founders are Jay Carroll, formerly of Rogues Gallery, a Maine-based menswear line, and Ned Martel, once the second-in-command at Men’s Vogue who now runs the Washington Post Style section. With stock they amassed, the ideas they dug up and the people they met along the way, Carroll now keeps the vibe alive–with daily posts and his first collaboration with Levi’s, Stars and Stripes, now in their San Francisco flagship store.
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