Have been looking at, and falling in love with these great pieces by NY artist. Check out the rest of his work: http://www.charlesscottwilkin.com/
Social media is not a new thing anymore, and I’m very tired of reading/ watching anything about it’s statistics, new trends etc. What I’ve been thinking all the time is the shift in human logic. Communications used to mean talking, sharing in “real time”, as in talking face to face without the option of deleting or changing comments. Right now we are in the game of portraying our online personality. Read More...
“Pablo Valbuena is a visual artist with an architectural background. Born in Spain and currently based in the south of France (Toulouse). He develops artistic projects and research focused on space, time and perception.” Learn more about his projects
Can Football Clubs and Online Bingo Partnerships Be Really Mutual? Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment, the largest publicly traded online gaming firm, has been very busy partnering with top European football clubs. Its new partnership announced this August is with French Ligue 1’s Olympique de Marseille. The French football club will have a three-year partnership deal between the poker, bingo, and casino gaming conglomerate. “Under the terms of the deal, Bwin becomes Read More...
Being in Asia, you see lots of different imageries of this part of the world from all kinds of media. It’s great to see Asia through the eyes from an outsider. French photographer Kares Le Roy went through 56,000 kilometers to explore the “unspoken” parts of Asia, in attempt to give a fresh and unique view through photography and videography. You can buy his photo book here.
Many people believe that great designers get great clients. It’s the other way around.
Great video content these days comes in many forms, experiment and installation style videos definitely gives consumers unique experiences. This new Adidas video uses technology in an innovative way, creating crazy lighting visuals with the actions of famous footballer Leo Messi.
A tribute to Brazilian racing driver Ayrton Senna during the Grand Prix of Japan in 1989, the latest commercial for Honda tries to recreate the sound of the scene with the set up of speakers and lights. You can learn more about this project here.