Loving this Givenchy show. The pieces are very simple and are made out of great fabrics.. Very inspiring and beautiful!

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Found this very interesting short docu about ‘influencers’.

It’s a short documentary that explores what it means to be an influencer and how trends and creativity become contagious today in music, fashion and entertainment.
The film attempts to understand the essence of influence, what makes a person influential without taking a statistical or metric approach.
Written and Directed by Paul Rojanathara and Davis Johnson, the film is a Polaroid snapshot of New York influential creatives (advertising, design, fashion and entertainment) who are shaping today’s pop culture.

INFLUENCERS TRAILER from R+I creative on Vimeo.


Click here to see the docu >>> INFLUENCERS

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The Fall show by Karl Lagerfeld. Really love his couture! Great fabric combinations, and although they used latex/plastic, it still looks very elegant and chique.

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Canon Pixma Sound Sculptures from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

Blend wrote about this inspiring London-based advertising company before, when they did some interesting experiments on light-writing. This time, the people over at Dentsu London collaborated with biochemist and photographer Linden Gledhill for Canon’s PIXMA color printer range. For this project they created surreal sculptures of sound by letting droplets of bright-colored paint react to waves of sound.

After seeing Linden’s Water Figure series on Flickr, Dentsu asked him to fly in from Philadelphia and shoot these amazing campaign stills. To achieve these eruptions of paint, they put a balloon over a speaker and placed drops of paint in the centre. They then played a sharp note through the speakers and captured the movement of the paint.

The final result is great! Go see it for your self.. loving the colours and movements!

Here the making of!

See here the article from before and the video that comes with it:

Making Future Magic: iPad light painting from Dentsu London onVimeo.

Two London-based communication agencies decided to explore the possibilities of Apple’s latest invention, the iPad. The creative superbrains of BERG and Dentsu invented a technique using long camera exposures to record the iPad moving through space in order to make a stop motion film of 3-d light forms. The iPad or, as they prefer to call it, the ‘glowing rectangle’ extrudes different forms of light that can be captured on camera when filmed in the dark.

The two agency’s wanted to focus on a project they’re both working on called Making Future Magic, which is all about making creative work that contributes to its environment and experiment with materials and media. It’s interesting to see that these guys have a different approach to the value of commercial communication and the outcome is absolutely breathtaking. BERG and Dentsu are definitely Making Future Magic.

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For the people how haven’t seen it before..
Mother New York created for the Stella Artois an unusual art campaign. The campaign “The Ritual Project” was ran over three weeks with a group of New York artists to create Sky High Murals. Every day these three weeks, the artists hand-painted on the wall of a building in SoHo posters measuring 6 by 15 meters in order to create stop-motion-video of the ritual of pouring the Belgian beer in its famous glass. The whole project includes a promotional site with a huge amount of material about the shooting and the process of drawing the actual poster on the wall at the corner of Broome and Crosby in Manhattan, as well as the final movie.

It’s a great short movie.. The shots are beautiful and the music (The Album Leaf) works very good. They show an art discipline that we won’t see in every day life, and won’t think about much especially in The Netherlands where it’s not common at all. It looks like a huge photo, it’s painted That good. Respect for the guys who do this work in the cold, wind and rain.

or -> A short movie made about painters who make huge Stella Artois advertisements on buildings.

By clicking this link you can see some timelapse of the artists painting the wall: timelapse

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