What an interesting and unique process! Clement Meriguet (aka Le Môme Kéké) is a French artist who initially created this Mad Hatter piece with black and white clay. He photographed it and then digitally modified the photo, infusing color and life into this piece. I love how you can see the progression with the making-of photos.…
I'd usually just upload this pic in the Photos section but I was afraid most of you would miss it. This is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, a 35 year old actress, wearing a white Roberto Cavalli gown at the Up movie premiere on the opening day of the Cannes Film Festival. The former Miss World and brand ambassador of L'Oreal stunned everyone with her beauty.
If you've ever thought about what goes on behind the design of an object, this movie is for you. When you have some time today, head on over to The Architect's Journal to read about the director's idea behind this project. It's a long read but one that's both enlightening and interesting.
J. Tyler Helms created this great video by using edited footage from Albert Lamorisse's "La Ballon Rouge" (The Red Balloon), and music from Grizzly Bear's "Veckatimest". Why he called it Grizzly Bear "Two Weeks" I have no idea but I really like… Continue
Whenever I go out, Grey Goose seems to be one of the most popular drinks, especially by the ladies. In this post, we travel to Grey Goose's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium to check out their new, fully operating bar recently competed by Antwerp designers, Puresang.
Grey Goose asked Puresang to create a high-roller drinking environment that could also be used…
My, my, my! Is it that time already? The Standard's starting off the Summer a little bit early with their rooftop day parties this weekend.
On every third Saturday this summer, join The Honey Collective, a Los Angeles-based all-female DJ and Production team, for "Honey on the Rooftop" from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The first one starts tomorrow and then it'll be… Continue
Added by alice on May 15, 2009 at 10:30am —
Today, Banana Republic opens a new accessories store in the Westfield San Francisco Shopping Centre. The boutique, Edition, is a test store and an opportunity to explore merchandising and design ideas for the accessories sold in Banana Republic stores. Offering limited edition luxury accessories, all jewelry and handbags will carry an affordable price of less than $400… Continue
Inspired by a lone picture, Sandra Juto bought some soft alpaca yarn and started crocheting away. For sixty hours she toiled, determined to get the blanket just right. After a few setbacks, the poor unfinished blanket that was laying around for months finally got…
This is a beautiful film made by using 35,000 still photographs. Think about it, this was made entirely of still photographs not video. This allowed him to carefully choreograph every single frame and every transition with complete precision. I have not been able to find out much about Xavier and his work but I certainly hope he makes more beautiful videos like this one. A small amount of info is available… Continue
These photos are from flickr user powerpig's backyard of a squirrel named Billy. These photos are real and I have no idea how he got Chewbaca to feed Billy. I mean, isn't he supposed to be fighting The Empire or something? Lazy bastard...now we're all doomed.
Hop on over to Sacredart Murals to see some amazing 360 degree art that covers all of your walls! Then, lay on the floor and cry out to your mom and dad and ask them why you couldn't have had THAT room when you were a kid. (Don't blame me if you get a beat down.)
El Mac (or The Mac) is a Los Angeles born artist who's been studying art since childhood. He draws inspiration from LA's Mexican and Chicano culture as well as from pin-up and religious art. We love his photorealistic depiction of women and how uses color. Creating unique and one-of-a-kind murals and graffiti, he's been commissioned to paint all across the US as well…
All of us have at least one family photo that we can't help but laugh at. Whether it's a funny facial expression or an awkward pose, there's something priceless about capturing these moments with those closest to you. Here are some of my favorites from the website, awkwardfamilyphotos.com.
Russian artist Dmitry Maximov creates sad mini monsters that are trying to tell us something. Living amongst us, they live a simple life, all they want to do is help us through this crazy and chaotic world..if only we would listen.…