Shepard Fairey Paints At Studio No. 2 in Los Angeles.

Future Shorts

Future shorts is a network that exhibits some of the best short films around the globe. Very respected by audiences, press and filmmakers world-wide, their success seems to spring from their great selection. This is one of our faves…
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Check out all the rest, here!
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Infiniti G Convertible Ad: Own the Sky.

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Released: June 2009
Avertiser: INFINITI
Brand name: INFINITI G37 COUPÉ
Agency: TBWA
Country: USA
Category: Cars
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Europe by Designers

The Simpson in Hapers Bazaar !


Don’t know if you ever saw that editorial with the Simpsons and Eva Evangelista but it worth the look – See the whole Spread HERE
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Wicked Campers Australia


Pretty Australian custom design camper vans more shots here

Cool 3D Animation Ads by Disko

Disko is an interactive media company specializing in 3D, animation, compositing and post-production. Here are two outstanding examples of their work. The first video is a 3D animation titled “Big Red” for Black River FC. The second video is a viral 3D animation for Red Bull.

Click here to watch the videos.

CallateyGrita!



CallateyGrita is a visual project where public transport is involved with graphics and comments

Scarlett Hooft Graaftland

Scarlett Hooft Graaftland was born in the Netherlands and currently splits her time in between Amsterdam and NYC. I really dig these photographs which serve to document her interventions in desert-like locations, as they seem to be a contemporary take on the surrealist landscapes of O’Keeffe and Dali.

much much more here!
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Carlo Mollino

Carlo Mollino; avant garde architect, genius furniture designer, obscure photographer, solid race car pilot, aviator, teacher, inventor, eccentric extraordinaire obsessed with perfection, tortured by drugs, sex addiction and focused on creating intense and remarkable pieces of art until the last days of his life. see more

Felix Lobelius

Jaixm. Photo Blog.




Jaixm is a web site about digital works and design inspiration. We collect the best design works from professionals in photography, design, web design, architecture and beauty models and fashion.

Daily, the blog offer a new professional portfolio with hundreds of pictures we find in each corner from the Internet. Every professional portfolio show the best of the best in they work.

Photos in post: Gerard Henninger.

WHAT’S MORE ALIVE THAN YOU. INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE COMPETITION.


THE FIRST CREATIVE DESIGN COMPETITION OF WHAT’S MORE ALIVE THAN YOU® CALLING OUT TO DESIGNERS WORLDWIDE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXCLUSIVE FASHION-ART COLLECTION TO BE MANUFACTURED IN ITALY.

THE LIST OF PARTNERS CONTRIBUTING TO THE FINAL SELECTION OF THE FIRST WHAT’S MORE ALIVE THAN YOU® CREATIVE DESIGN COMPETITION HAS BEEN FINALISED IN THE PAST DAYS. JOIN IN THE PROJECT AS ACTIVE PLAYERS.

This is the first of two WHAT’S MORE ALIVE THAN YOU® creative design competitions taking place twice a year and involving a network of about 2,150 Universities, Associations, Foundations and teams of art, design, fashion and architecture enthusiasts in 82 countries worldwide.

THE COMPETITION WILL CLOSE ON JULY 3, 2009.

Tomokazu Matsuyama

Tomokazu Matsuyama is a Japanese artist that lives and works in NYC. His work is great.


many more pics, with much higher res, right here!
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Students Protest Across Germany Against Education Reforms




In cities across Germany, university and high school students are walking out of their classes to protest changes to the education system.

“We need independent, publicly funded education,” Mo Schmidt, a student leader from the University of Marburg, told Deutsche Welle. “Because that’s essential for democracy.”

Under the motto “money for education instead of for banks” students are planning mock bank robberies, and intend to stage sit-ins and protests at banks. They are protesting recent bank bailouts by the government, at a time when tuition fees, once unheard of in Germany, have become the norm. The government always said there wasn’t any money left for education, Schmidt explained, “now suddenly there are billions of euros coming from somewhere” to give to the banks.

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