“Snailpimp” is a project by artist Stefan Siverud, who is having fun decorating living snails with the most varied designs, from the McDonald’s logo to the miniature lighthouse through Pac-Man, Ikea and Adidas.
After San Francisco and Hong Kong, today I present you the photographs of Alex Teuscher, a Swiss photographer based in Geneva, who on a recent trip captured the lights of New York City in a beautiful series of black and white photographs.
A selection of the creations of talented French street artist Katre, who since 1990 develops his passion for street art and graffiti.
After the beautiful geometric paper masks, here are the 2.5D Mask, which will allow you to take on the appearance of a manga character.
The Mobile Frame Zero is a 3D printed articulated skeleton that will be a great base for your creations of LEGO robots!
An animation by illustrator Aleix Saló, who explores the stereotypes wondering what do Americans think of Europeans, and vice versa, but also how the Western Europe sees Eastern Europe or how the South Europe sees Northern Europe… An excellent video in line with his book EuroNightmare.
Here are the “Evil Vinyl” from the British studio Evil Corp, which designed some beautiful art toys inspired by characters from cult movies and series!
“Neko Land” is a project of French photographer Alexandre Bonnefoy, who documents the life of Japanese alley cats, he meets by chance during his wanderings in the streets… His photographs have been published in his book Nekoland, a cat life in Japan.
The “Impossible Magnets” series from illustrators and graphic designers of Snack Studio, based in Portugal, which transforms the cult places of Pop Culture into impossible holiday memories… From Jurassic Park to Hill Valley through Gotham City or Mordor, a nice collection of animated GIFs and magnets (available here) for your fridge!
“A Tale of Momentum and Inertia” is a funny and cute animation short film that tells us the disastrous adventures of a stone giant… A pretty video directed by Kirk Kelley and Kameron Gates from the studio HouseSpecial.
As part of the FIAC 2014 and (OFF)ICIELLE, the dock of the Cité de la Mode et du Design currently hosts a selection of French and international street artists, among which are some well-known names: Swoon, Katre, Lek and Sowat the duo Monkey Bird, Madame, Kouka, Bault and Gris1.
The “My Day With Leo” project created by Joel Strong, who is having fun inserting stars and famous actors in his daily life, starting with Leonardo DiCaprio, thanks to his Instagram photographs and pictures cut from old magazines from the 90s!
A series of photographs simply entitled “Star Wars” and designed by Thomas Dagg, a Canadian photographer who subtly features, almost hidden, items, characters and spaceships from the famous Star Wars saga into beautiful black and white pictures… Images © Thomas Dagg / via
The Geometric Paper Masks, some beautiful animal masks, imagined by designer Steve Wintercroft. These awesome DIY paper masks can be downloaded from his Etsy shop (€5), and you will just need to print, cut and assemble them by yourself!
This impressive 95 million dollars penthouse has probably one of the best views of New York that exist, as it is located at 425 meters high near Central Park, making it the highest in the entire Western Hemisphere!
After the famous album covers as animated GIFs, the music video Mayokero by beatboxer Roy Kafri goes further by giving life to the characters of cult album covers, from Simon and Garfunkel to David Bowie through ABBA, Serge Gainsbourg or Prince.
“La République du Skateboard” is a skate video directed by Neels Castillon, who leads us to the opposite of the classic noisy and trash videos, through a mesmerizing and contemplative walk in the world of Parisian skateboarding, supported by a great job on the sound…
In line with the creations of makeup artist Elsa Rhae, today here are the horrible Halloween makeup of Nikki Shelley, aka The Painting Lady, an amateur makeup artist who likes to transform her face into horror movie characters !
A selection of underwater sculptures of artist Jason DeCaires Taylor, who installs his creations under the sea, leaving them suffer the actions of water, salt, corals and marine life. Jason DeCaires Taylor has just unveiled his latest creation entitled “Ocean Atlas“, a giant sculpture of a woman, feminine reinterpretation of the myth of Atlas, which was placed in the waters near Nassau in the Bahamas.
To raise awareness of the problem of poverty in the streets of Los Angeles, the American street artist Skidrobot decided to go and meet the homeless, and to materialize their dreams and hopes with a few strokes of paint… A very touching project.