I love this. We must try to support all forms of art during these difficult times.
It looks like Christmas is coming because this ad for Amazon Premier has already made a start. I can relate to this, having three girls at home with their gymnastics training suspended indefinitely …
This is the largest outdoor billboard in Korea. The LED interactive walls appear like a giant aquarium with a wave pool but in fact an anamorphic film by District Holdings.
This is the entrance lobby at Nexen University in Seoul. It is called “The Infinity Wall”.
Campus Univers Cascades, a french school that specializes in training stunt workers for film and television combined together dozens of stuntmen and stuntwomen to show off their best work for a video that is seamlessly edited as one single fight scene, that went already viral during the quarantine time.
To all graphic designers: Remember when you had to take a photo of an object, import into Photoshop, make a clipping path around it and finally place it in its final position?
Paris-based designer and artist Cyril Diagne recently launched the prototype for an amazing new image editing program where you can directly cut and paste your surroundings into Photoshop. The way it works is, when you take a photograph with AR Cut & Paste, the software finds the objects and automatically removes their backgrounds.
It is not final product yet, but apparently you can download it from GitHub.
“Of Course a Horse” is the name of the new campaign from Gucci, photographed and directed by Yiorgos Lanthimos in Los Angeles and Chateau Marmont. Great soundtrack, outrageous styling and of course, horses!
One Breath Around the World is the latest ethereal underwater film from the freediving champion Guillaume Néry, and his partner, also free diver and underwater filmmaker Julie Gautier. The two have filmed different clips while holding their breath, seamlessly edited together, thus giving the impression that the diver’s journey is taken in a single breath.