A red backdrop Magenta, uncertain hands holding a vinyl, eyes that meet the artist’s eyes and a Nikon lens. My Beautiful Disco is the repetition, or rather the reverberation in space and time, of singular moments of humanity. The project, designed by Luca Saini, collects 777 portraits of people showing off their most favorite vinyl. Probably My Beautiful Disco is meta-photography, or perhaps it is the attempt of revealing an artistic process, or maybe just a lucky itinerant performance that occurs spontaneously in an “open source-like” environment of experience and information exchange. Perhaps all that, or maybe more. The only certainty is that we liked the project, a lot. So we immediately offered our cooperation and creative support.
Design by io
I don’t have any information about who made this image, but it is really simple, effective, and aesthetically good. Just in two stills, you have the beginning, middle, and end of story.
Link via Scene 360 Illusion
Christmas by Colour poster is live. Printed on 135gsm Naturalis Absolute white thanks to those fantastic people at GFSmith. Limited edition of 500 includes a free A2 sheet of CBC wrapping paper!
There is a range of 30 coloured stickers based on CBC submissions. Each tube has one of these stickers applied to the cap.
Extraordinary “Stormbirds” cinematic by Realtime:UK for games publisher THQ.
We’re super excited that the Dirty Edition of Lifelounge magazine arrived today, and the ink’s almost still wet.
Lifelounge Magazine 12 – The Dirty Edition has just dropped featuring interviews with D*Face, Boogie, Parra, Yo! Majesty, TV on the Radio, Pivot, and Diplo; also features on American swingers, dirty skate spots, stag nights in Afghanistan, the Cave Clan, and life and muck in Cambodia and more the Dirty Edition is chockers with filthy delights.
It’s a little sleazy, a little skanky, a bit mouldy, stinky, furry, filthy, rotten, grotty and yucky. It’s the Dirty Edition and it’s the perfect gift for your nonna. Maybe.
“Magic Wave” by Reuben Margolin
Californian Artist Reuben Margolin together with Technorama Staff have created one of the biggest and most complex kinetic artwork in the world. Measuring 25 square meters the “magic carpet” contains more than 50′000 pieces and shows three characteristics of waves: Wavelength, Amplitude and Frequency.
Via: Fabrik Project
by Furkan Sener
The profile of the armchair reminds of the computer game figure Pac-man from the 80s.
For the holidays this year the agency I work for decided to put together a holiday site. We went all out and built an 8×12′ set, photographed it, and turned it 3D. There’s a bunch of classic games (qbert, paperboy) with a holiday twist and of course the whole 3D thing. So go visit Snowdin and let us know what you think. (And if you don’t have 3D glasses we’ll send you a pair too)
Socket Deer is an outlet cover created by Japanese design company Nendo. The covers feature deer antlers that will hold your hand held device as it recharges. It can be also used to cover light switches, as the antlers can hold keys and other accessories. [via-holycool]
Newest piece added to my current Graphic Portfolio….Parc du Bleu
1931, Germany. High-speed train.