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In collaboration with 22 animation studios from all over the world, Universal Everything has created a living mural of hand-drawn animations for the Sydney Opera House. While adapting cutting-edge technologies, Universal Everything’s hand-drawn approach sets it apart from the kind of projections usually commissioned to light up the iconic structure.
Marie Leroux graduated from the National School of Photography in Arles, France. See more images from her series Intranquillités below.
A selection of abstract paintings by San Francisco-based artist Heather Day, who is originally from Hawaii.
Nick Bertke, aka Pogo, aka the guy that creates music using samples from Disney movies, returns with a new creation called Forget.
A selection of paintings by New York-based Albanian artist Lui Shtini. Love these. More images below.
Totally Free is a short documentary by San Francisco based art director Daniel Soares that explores the unique world of contemporary rollerskating culture.
Photographer Jake Michaels has updated his site with some more terrific street photography. I recommend following him on Instagram: @jokemichaels.
My friends at Yours Truly have re-launched their website with a beautiful new design and a focus on letting musicians tell their own stories.
Entertaining video directed by AB/CD/CD for the Franz Ferdinand and Sparks supergroup known as FFS. Watch the video for “Johnny Delusional” below as well as full list of tour dates.
Brandon Bogajewicz, the music blogger behind The Burning Ear, has a great project on Kickstarter called Vinyl Moon.
Photographer Tim Barber has a show called “Blues” up at agnès b. in New York until July 5th. The show features gorgeous traditional cyanotype prints, have a look at a selection of the work below.
22 years later Spitfire has unearthed their first video with the original soundtrack featuring John Cardiel, Jason Dill, Jamie Thomas, Julien Stranger, Ed Templeton, Jeremy Wray, among others.
At Auto Shanghai 2015 MINI apparently revealed prototype driving glasses that will allow users to see through the doors of a vehicle through the use of augmented reality.
I’m not sure what to call these After Effects heavy travel videos but they’ve definitely become a thing. Enjoy Ben Steensels, Rob Antill, and Arno Stols’ trip to New Zealand edited like the main character in a crime show is remembering the murder.
Environmental artist Steve Messam has built a bridge from 22,000 pieces of paper. Nestled in the English countryside, the structure operates like a freestanding arch and is held together solely by compression (i.e. chunks of 1,000 pieces of paper grouped tightly together).
Paintings of bicycles by Chinese artist Pan Xun that transform the rusted and over used objects into something beautiful and alluring.
Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood launched The Panic Office last week in Sydney, Australia. The retrospective exhibit highlights thousands of pieces, spanning over 25 years of work,and includes iconic album covers for OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief, In Rainbows, and The King of Limbs.
Drawings and paintings by Chicago-based artist Ian Thomas Miller. More images below. View the whole post: Chicago-Based Artist Ian Thomas Miller over on BOOOOOOOM!
Kody Nielson, the brother of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Ruban Nielson, is making music under the name Silicon and has released a video for a track called “God Emoji”.
This is so coool! I’ve posted about New York-based artist Daniel Rozin’s mirrors before but this one might be my favourite yet.