”Power shows a continuous camera move from extreme close-up of Mr. West revealing an a neoclassical video tableau showing characters and creatures surrounding him in an abstract environment – all moving in extreme slow motion. Inspired by Michelangelo’s frescos in the Sistine Chapel, the piece depicts a faux historical moment – an empire on the brink of collapse from its own excess, decadence and… Continue
Champu Chinito is a mexican design collective that took the task to bring together four Mexican designers for his new project: Designer notebooks.
Our four designers are: Choper Nawers from Sinaloa, Hellosobre from Acapulco, Kaadent and Orlando from Mexico City.
There are four different designs and each notebook has an exclusive style… Continue
Photographer Andrew Smith of Cuba Gallery not only shoots amazing photos, he uses Adobe Lightroom in post-production to make them even more visually stunning. His photos have that retro and slightly cinematic feel to them, as if you're seeing a frozen moment of an old film. By controlling the colors, tones and lighting, Smith creates spellbinding stories that make… Continue
Next time you're down in the dumps, why not look over at this baby raccoon and see if he doesn't make you smile? Sharon Montrose is the photographer behind some of the adorable animal photos you'll ever see. She began selling large, limited edition prints back in 2008 and only recently decided to offer more affordable ones. Her $25 prints come in 8.5" x 11" or if… Continue
Here's a great ad campaign that takes some of our most popular website, like YouTube, Facebook and Skype, and presents them in a fun and retro way. The ads are for MaxiMidia's media seminars and the tagline reads, Everything Ages Fast. Update. Relevant ads with some nice art direction.…
Counted as among the last century’s greatest architects, Frank Lloyd Wright’s work is commemorated in ‘Frank Lloyd Wright – The Buildings’, a celebration of the major buildings in Wright’s career. Major buildings such as the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, have been long lost to the ravages of time, but stunning archival photography lets us experience the building… Continue
Added by Mike Gusto on August 5, 2010 at 7:51am —
Collect3d previously posted about MINDSTYLE’s NBA preview here. Now they’re officially coming out, with real photos. This is Series 1 of the NBA line, and each one will be blind-boxed, which makes for great fun in collecting. In an off-season about the Miami Heat, it’s a nice change to have them involved in this one. The line includes NBA superstars such as Kobe… Continue
Added by Mike Gusto on August 5, 2010 at 7:49am —
"Scanner is an installation specifically conceived for MAMbo, the artist’s hugest to date. Krén has been carrying out this research all over the world since the 90s, taking his cue from an investigation of the impossibility for humans to reach final, definite goals, proposing instead a destabilizing individual… Continue
Added by Visnja V on August 5, 2010 at 2:10am —
Handmade Fair trade backpack Pangolin. Urban backpack made of recycled inner tubes of trucks. The design of this backpack is very inventive and striking by using overlapping sliding parts, it seems like a Pangolin. The parts are alternately covered with recycled inner tubes of trucks attached to each other with a wing nut. Large capacity bag with pockets for small notebooks, pens, MP3 and cell… Continue
"A Dutch artist who likes to scramble the tracks and to play of the scales for his compositions.
While combining elements various, photographs microphone or macroscopic, he manages to scramble the concepts of distance and built a single world."…
Sky's new Advert for this years Soccer season is a cracker!
The advert is a great way to promote the soccer season. It features the presenters, commentators, analysts and other members of the Sky Sports Channel's Soccer coverage all providing coverage of a kids soccer game in the park. One of the most simple and innocent and pure forms of soccer there is. Soccer with Jumpers (sweatshirts) for Goalposts, soccer played by people who dream of being the… Continue
Added by James Lynch on August 4, 2010 at 5:05pm —
There are things in life that we really want, and there are things in life that we really need. Maryam Toson just sent us this creative which explores this very idea. She titles the refreshingly honest series, "Wants/Needs Project."
"The main purpose of it, was to question people, and yourself, as to what is it that you really WANT and that you really… Continue
Audio speakers handmade from PVC pipes, each houses a 3 inch magnesium/aluminum alloy full range driver. Frequency response is 80-20,000. 3 way binding posts on back. The bass port is on the end of the 1-1/2 pipe/stand. Nice sound and a very good sound stage, lots of low end bass for a small speaker. Hand painted with a high gloss lacquer.
Great for PC or ipod speakers! These are non-powered speakers!! You need to have a separate… Continue
Tran Nguyen is a Vietnamese artist who's beautiful imagery captures our complicated emotions. Her art will ease your melancholy soul because, somehow, she makes you feel connected to her characters and the hardships they may face. Her use of patterns or ornamental forms also serve to " convey the duality of the complex emotions — the strenuous as well as triumphal…
As a symbol of a nation's wealth and power, opera houses are an amazing way to experience a country's rich culture. Photographer David Leventi takes us inside some of the most ornate ones and even asks us to stand center stage. Taking some photos from the vantage point of the performer, we get to experience an… Continue
This is sexy enough to make me want a handset. Phone On Board originated by observing how space is used around a phone. People make calls but also keep pens, notes, keys – any number of things. The design itself is minimal enough to live in Muji stores and I love how the no-frills design of the handset brings all the attention to the base plate.… Continue
Astonishing sculptures of pounds carried out by the artist originating in Northern Ireland, Jacqueline Lee Rush, on her portfolio. An interesting work on textures and the forms, since now several years. To discover in images in the continuation of the article.…