Oh, this looks amazing, I wish I could experience it! Hakanaï is a project by Claire Bardainne & Adrien Mondot. It is live animations performed inside a digital moving cube, based on physical movement modeling, on an original music score played live. Looks like a combination of dance choreography and performance, something between dream and reality.
“An R, a B, a G, a mouse and some sound. Six million plus unique visitors shared the hell out of this!” A fun experimental website by Amsterdam-based Pregnant Studios, that only takes a minute to waste…
This looks amazing! The super talented calligrapher Seb Lester, shows us how he creates a doodle on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. This is actually an app called Amaziograph: it applies symmetry to everything you draw. Like this doily-looking doodle in the video.
Haha! This dad takes the drawings of his son and recreates them to make them look real. The result is that some are cute, some are very funny and some are quite terrifying! You can see his Instagram account here.
Conceptual marketing at its best. This is a humorous ad for Verizon’ new campaign “A Better Network” by advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy with the help of digital artist Albert Omoss. Omoss uses code to create software, and software to create visual art, that is, 4D surreal and psychedelic images and films, either for client projects or self-initiated experiments.
Another notable project by the same artist is the award-winning typographic title sequence for FITC Tokyo 2015.
Branden Harvey has made the idea of seeking the good in the world his mission. He started a project where each week he shares five of the most hopeful news stories he has come across from around the world in the form of a newsletter, he calls, the Goodnewsletter. The reaction of people has been incredible. Hundreds of people sent in articles, videos, and stories of hopeful things, happening in the world. I have also subscribed to the newsletter. In a world of bad news and negativity all around, there was obviously a need for a hopeful voice to share only good news. As Harvey says: “There’s no shortage of good news in the world. You just have to know where to look.” Love the idea!