Mark your calendars! On October 22, 2011, Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City will present a solo exhibition by digital artist Ray Caesar. Featuring 30 exquisite pieces, it will showcase Caesar's elegant and haunting works, giving us a rare, sneak peek inside his creative process. “I look inside myself and see very difficult and wonderful memories I have forgotten; things I… Continue
How sweet are these animated illustrations? This set of 13 was recently made by illustrator Malika Favre and creative agency Airside for Varoom magazine. The series explains "How to" create films but it could apply to anyone in a creative field - especially when storytelling is involved.
"In the past few years, companies such as Intel and Nokia, that needed to inform business… Continue
If effective advertising captures your attention and then holds it, then Grey Indonesia has done a fine job for Bubbles Pet Cologne. With a tagline that says "Stop the Spread," we're pretty sure the message is that this spray will take away that lingering pet smell in your house (though it could also mean it helps pets' hair from sticking on furniture). Either way, the images of an elongated… Continue
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Are you as excited about this show as us? Soon, the Museum of Contemporary Art will present Art in the Streets and in doing so will be the FIRST major U.S. museum to examine the history of street art and graffiti. Running from April 17 through August 8, we'll learn how an underground form of expression that begin in the 1970s became what it is today...a major art movement!
You know we have a thing for sculptures, especially when they turn our reality slightly upside down. The New Image Sculpture exhibition at McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas, then, is right up our alley. They've assembled works by emerging and mid-career artists who "transform widely available materials, many found on the shelves of hardware stores and building… Continue
The problem with shopping online is that you don't know how clothes are going to look/fit on you. That's why this ad by Robbin Ingvarsson & Waldemar Wegelin is so effective. “Fashion Show with Google” shows that you can do "more with Google" than you imagined. The 30 second TV commercial was played in Japan.
We were recently invited to attend Ralph Lauren's secret New York City event. (There was one going on in London, too.) Though we weren't able to attend, we felt like we were standing right in front of their flagship store, where the event was held, as we watched this incredible video. In order to tell their brand's story, celebrate their 10th anniversary of RalphLauren.com and the launch of their UK e-commerce site, Ralph Lauren pulled out all the stops, showing an… Continue
If you're looking for one art show to attend this year, I'd like to suggest Thinkspace's upcoming 5 Year Anniversary blow out. Established in 2005, Thinkspace is one of the few galleries who doesn't follow trends, they start them. They've been a part of the contemporary art movement for years now, showcasing groundbreaking… Continue
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Travis Britton, Creative Director at Cutwater, a San Francisco-based ad company, just sent over this hilarious video of the Static Wizard. He's basically a guy who's body is charged with enough static electricity to power a light show. Ridiculous? Sure. But the song is catchy and the concept, creative. The video was recently released via Never Hide Films.
Designer Park Sul-Nyeo threw the world's first underwater hanbok fashion show in Seoul last week. A hanbok is a traditional Korean dress that flows with bright, beautiful colors. The attraction was held as a part of promotional event for the opening of a new department store.…
If you're a fan of street artists like Banksy, Shepard Fairey, and Space Invader, you're not going to want to miss this! San Diego is pulling out all the stops with their new exhibit called Viva la Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape. It's a show that's not just inside a museum but on the streets of downtown San Diego! The Museum of…
What's a clever way to show that a television channel now has shorter commercial breaks? Well, if you're TVN, you hire a creative agency like Lowe Porta in Santiago, Chile to come up with a cool print campaign like this. Taking stills from some of our favorite movies and inserting just slivers of photos from recognizable brands, they've quickly and creatively… Continue
I'm really impressed by the artistry behind these show cards for David Choe's upcoming exhibit in Beverly Hills. Choe, a superstar in the pop-art circuit, hasn't had a solo show in Los Angeles for six long years.
"this summer In april 2010 I will have my first solo art show in…
A while back, Kevin posted about a painting by Alex Pardee that was part of the LOST Underground Art Show at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. In this follow-up post, we take a look at more pieces from the show. Collected here are photos that were taken at the opening reception of the… Continue
Nathan Ota For this weekend's art+culture pick of the week, we head over to one of our favorite galleries located in Culver City, California.
Corey Helford Gallery presents “The Multi-Plane Show”, the gallery’s largest group show of 2009. Paying tribute to the early days of animation, each artist created an original painting using the multi-plane, which was made famous by…
Light projections are so advanced these days. Designed by The Popcorn Makers, "'Disturb Me' is an interactive installation that changes its pattern when in contact with different surfaces of a room. Sound emitted by spectators also alters the effects and changes the environment. Be sure to check out the video below to see it in action.…