Don't know exactly why a large gathering of people singing in unison touches me...it just does. Here, 13,500 gather in Trafalgar Square for some karaoke fun all put together by T-Mobile. Don't make fun of me but I almost teared up. (Almost.)
Did anyone notice Pink in the crowd? She was in on the act!…
Illustrator Gabriel Moreno often times collaborates with other photographers or artists to create mixed media art that's otherworldly. In March, he exhibited his new works in his “More than Illustration” solo show. For five months he focused on creating art not for his advertising clients but for himself. As he states, "There's nothing more exciting to put your real…
Photographer Sarah Lee is one of those young women who's creativity started peaking at an early age. Currently 18, she's attending Chapman University in Orange, California as a freshman. In this set of photos, she creates an underwater world that's spectacularly colorful and frighteningly bleak. Her way of stirring an emotion in us speaks volumes about her work and has us believing that no…
This video was shot by Greg Williams for Esquire Magazine's upcoming issue. It takes us on a journey with Megan Fox from waking up through her day. He used the RedONE, a video camera that captures images at four times the resolution of high-definition, to make this video and also take the image that will be on Esquire's cover. She is one beautiful lady and it is an impressive…
The guys at Arrested Motion took some awesome shots at the opening of Gary Baseman's “La Noche de la Fusion” at the Corey Helford Gallery this last weekend. These photos really show why LA's art scene is one the best in the world!
Baseman's first solo return to Los Angeles in over two… Continue
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Many billboards in New York are apparently illegal. Jordan Seiler of Public Ad Campaign mapped them out and then a group called the New York Street Advertising Takeover whitewashed them and converted the space to public art. The results remind me of Banksy and are much more appealing than the original billboards.
Diane Kruger and Quentin Tarantino promote their latest flick, Inglorious Bastards, in the latest issue of New York Times Magazine. Credit to photographer Jean-Baptiste Mondino who made Kruger look flawless, while making our boy Quentin look completely awkward. Classic!…
It's almost like someone took a big bite out of the these cube-like structures designed by Rojkind Arquitectos for food conglomerate, Nestlé. The "Nestlé Application Group" was recently completed in Querétaro, Mexico and consists of laboratories, offices, an auditorium and a tasting area.
Because the center of Querétaro was declared a World Heritage by the… Continue
Love this beautiful indoor art installation called the Falling Garden. Located at the San Staë church on the Canale Grande, it was created to celebrate the 50th Biennial of Venice back in 2003. Look up and you'd see a collection of items from all around the world suspended in the air like little pieces of art.
Steven Lippman, born February 8, 1964, is an accomplished American photographer. I really admire how he precisely frames his subjects with eyes as sharp as a hawk. Steven is famous for producing images that exemplify the mood and texture of a lifestyle he has helped create. A former professional skateboarder and surfer, Steven has been at the epicenter of the… Continue
Sortvind is a 22 year old photographer from Norway. He has an uncanny ability to take unbelievable macro shots of water, creating a gorgeous world filled with endless possibilities. We particularly love that he makes us see the beauty in something we often times take for granted. It's nature's art, at its finest.…
There's something incredibly beautiful and romantic about black and white photographs of bridges from around the world. The images capture architectural structures so grand in size and scale, yet magnificently eloquent in balance and… Continue
Could this be the next big Apple product to hit the market? Rumors have swirled around the internet regarding the MacBook Touch, yet no details from Apple have been confirmed at this point. Deciding not to wait around for Apple, designer Tommaso Gecchelin was inspired to create his own version.
"The core of this concept is a technology he calls iSpine,… Continue
Quentin Tarantino is one of America's greatest film directors of all-time. With some brilliant editing, Eclectic Method takes Quentin Tarantino’s movies, puts them into a blender, and creates pure… Continue
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