Totalitarium. DZHUS Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection

 

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DZHUS l DressLab

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TOTALITARIUM Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection : DZHUS
Photography : Olga Nepravda
Style, makeup & hair : Irina Dzhus
Model : Viera Stankeieva

 


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By |junio 25th, 2015|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Deux Souliers. Spring/Summer 2015

 

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Spring/Summer 2015 Collection : Deux Souliers
Art Direction Campaign : Folch & Deux Souliers
Photography : Teddy Iborra

 


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By |junio 23rd, 2015|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

NATURE BY NUMBERS

Fullscreen and volume up, please! 😉
Short movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature
— 3D animation by Cristóbal Vila · More info about this movie: etereaestudios.com
— Music by Wim Mertens – “Often a bird” from the album “Jardin Clos”, 1996 – © Usura – Published by Usura 2010
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“Tip Jar” donations will go directly to help funding my next personal project, already in development. Thanks!

Cast: Cristóbal Vila

Tags: nature, numbers, fibonacci, golden ratio, voronoi, delaunay, short, animation, 3d, cg, cgi, nautilus, sunflower, dragonfly and spiral

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By |junio 18th, 2015|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments

VS CARRE X

Light and sound installation for the opening ceremony of Croisement Festival in Guangzhou !!
VS Carre X has a side length of 3 meters, with a surface texture that scatters projected light, creating a very special spotlighting experience. In order to maximize the potential of this large outdoor device, Visual System partnered with sound designer Thomas Vaquié, who provided an original composition to their cube’s illuminated visual show.

Big Thx to all the Croisement Team and specially to Françoise Chen and Pascal Vacher
Thx also to Grand to build the giant cube !!

Cast: Visual System

Tags: light, installation, digital art and design

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By |junio 18th, 2015|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments

Cheatin

Cheatin – Trailer from Bill Plympton on Vimeo.

By |junio 5th, 2015|animation, art, Art & Visual Culture, vimeo|0 Comments

The Fallen of World War II

The Fallen of World War II from Neil Halloran on Vimeo.

An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

Visit fallen.io for the interactive version and more information

Written, directed, coded, narrated by twitter.com/neilhalloran
Sound and music by twitter.com/Dolhaz

By |junio 3rd, 2015|animation, Art & Visual Culture, educational, new media, vimeo|0 Comments

NASA | SDO: Year 5

By |junio 1st, 2015|ciencia, educational, video, youTube|0 Comments

The Real Bears

By |junio 1st, 2015|advertising, animation, Art & Visual Culture, youTube|0 Comments

Days of Japanese Cinema (1926)

It’s a sad fact that the vast majority of silent movies in Japan have been lost thanks to human carelessness, earthquakes and the grim efficiency of the United States Air Force. The first films of hugely important figures like Kenji Mizoguchi, Yasujiro Ozu, and Hiroshi Shimizu have simply vanished. So we should consider ourselves fortunate that Teinosuke Kinugasa’s Kuretta Ippei — a 1926 film known in the States as A Page of Madness — has somehow managed to survive the vagaries of fate. Kinugasa sought to make a European-style experimental movie in Japan and, in the process, he made one of the great landmarks of silent cinema. You can watch it above.

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By |junio 1st, 2015|Art & Visual Culture, culture, Movies|0 Comments