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Air Surfing in New York City 
domenica, 30 novembre, 2014, 00:44 - Generale


To recreate that feeling of floating and lightness that we can feel after a perfect kiss, Raul Mandru and Mihai Botarel directed a beautiful stop-motion video in which a couple surf in the streets of New York. A sensitive and playful short-movie featuring bright and shimmering lights.



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Skulls Artwork by Jacky Tsai 
sabato, 29 novembre, 2014, 00:40 - Generale


Jacki Tsai is an artist very inspired by floral and colorful graphics. Here, he presents a series of skulls interpreted with a lot of creativity. A singular, folkloric and dark artwork.

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World Biggest Billboard in Times Square 
venerdì, 28 novembre, 2014, 00:21 - Generale


The surface area of a football field. It is the size of the largest billboard in the world. Hosting in the night of Tuesday, November 18 at Times Square, this interactive screen has 8 floors high and contains 24 million leds.

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3D Auto Elasticity by Chris LaBrooy 
giovedì, 27 novembre, 2014, 17:35 - Generale


Here is a series of 3D illustrations created by the British artist Chris LaBrooy which we’ve already spoken about. Entitled “Tales of auto elasticity” and based on on the 2013 auto aerobics project, the context is inspired by Californian road trips through deserted baron lands.



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Conceptual Latex Series 
mercoledì, 26 novembre, 2014, 23:27 - Generale


It is interesting to observe the effect produced by the rubber when it mold the shape of items such as bags, miniature cars or bananas. This is actually the experience that made the photographer Marc Tule, by covering all types of objects with colored latex surfaces, giving a highly detailed, glossy and monochrome finish.

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