Huge London decided to create a set of brand guidelines for Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson (aka BoJo), taking a poke at this polarising politician.
Since its debut in 1990, the internet has seen over a billion web pages—but it wasn’t always sleek interfaces. In this visual tour through history, trace the very earliest examples of what we today take for granted, from the first website to use surround sound to the first ‘upload-your-face’ function and YouTube-like page.
Onformative’s true/false is a kinetic sculpture composed of arrays of circular black metal segments set in mechanical columns. Interlocking and rotating around fluorescent light tubes. On or off, true or false. Some entities have the property of being committed to adopt either one of the two states and switch between them. This sculpture explores what lies in between these fundamental states in order to make change tangible.
Hype Cycle is a series of futurist films exploring human-machine collaboration, combining performance and emerging technologies.
These human-machine interactions from Universal Everything are inspired by the Hype Cycle trend graphs produced by Gartner Research, a valiant attempt to predict future expectations and disillusionments as new technologies come to market. The first film in this series is Smart Matter. It builds on the studio’s past experiments with motion studies, imagining a new form of collaborative interface for improvised modelling. More Hype Cycle films coming soon. Credits: Creative Director: Matt Pyke, Mike Hughes Animation: Joe Street Sound Designer: Simon Pyke, Freefarm Senior Producer: Greg Povey Motion Capture: Nick Dulake, Ursula Ankeny (Sheffield Hallam University) Dancer: Tamar Draper Choreographer: TC Howard
A great graphic and 3D designer from Rio who amongst many of his projects, created one specific one that stood out for me for being both a beautiful and innovative approach to the popular 36 Days of Type event. You can find more of his work here.
FutureDelux created “The Game within the Game”. A campaign that visualises the ever changing sports data and statistics in a powerful and compelling way – For fans who follow numbers as well as the sports.
Colorscope is a series (created by Buck) on CNN that explores our perception of color and its use across cultures, one shade at a time. Inspired by our love for The Purple One we chose the last color on the spectrum, a marriage of opposites, a mixture between the hottest color and the coldest.
The Expression Wall is a playful surface that allows you to express yourself in many different ways. You can engage from a distance as your body movement triggers colorful animations. In expression mode, you can move abstract color around with your hands. In drawing mode, you are prompted with a question that you can answer in written or drawn form.
This unique touch surface was created with 100 procedurally generated slats of plexiglas which are backlit by LED light. The natural flex of the plexiglas provides a surprising and delightful surface for drawing.
The Expression Wall is an ongoing installation at Deloitte University gives attendees a way to express themselves. Each expression is stored in an ever growing gallery that reflects the moods, opinions and interests of D.U. attendees.
Freelance illustrator based in Paris
Vincent is a talented 3D designer from Hamburg with an amazing eye for detail in his work.
Meandering River is an audiovisual art installation comprised of real-time generated visuals and music composed by an A.I. The digital artwork makes change perceivable by creating a unique awareness of time. Spanning over multiple screens, the piece reinterprets the shifting movements of rivers by visualizing and sonifying their impact on the surface of the earth.
The stunning illustrations from Jack Daly whose work I’ve watched Jack’s grow over the years and evolve into something very distinctive and captivating.
The passage of time affects everybody but rarely do we reflect on what this means. Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi created a collection of images taken over a period of time on subjects ranging from the natural world to mundane everyday events. These images are printed onto transparent film which are then arranged next to each other on their sides so that viewers can see through them. This creates a poetic effect of events unfolding in front of your eyes, albeit with spaces in between, inviting viewers to fill in the gaps with their imagination. An inspiringly beautiful and contemplative work of art.
The stunning works of Mikael Takacs. A marbler based in Sweden who uses pipettes to distribute acrylic paint across the canvas to create his subjects, which he then distorts by dragging the paint around using various tools, such as sticks and combs.
He combines the classic abstract expression of marbling with concrete figures. This results in intricate patterns that forms his subjects. Variations of this technique has been around for hundreds of years, but in spite of that, his pieces are often mistaken for digital art.
Made in Hong Kong, during a 10-week residency at the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University.
Random Studio create the the Infinity Room, where one could discover the shoe’s features by actually wearing them in action. Amid a pulsing light- and soundscape, and fully surrounded by mirrors, the athlete-for-the-moment ran on a real treadmill into what seemed to be infinity. Automatically triggering cameras, runners are shot from three different angles: front, feet and back. As a bonus, one left with a personalized kaleidoscopic video – created in real time and delivered within seconds afterwards to their mailbox.
The Light Barrier series by studio Kimchi and Chips create volumetric drawings in the air using hundreds of calibrated video projections. These light projections merge in a field of fog to create graphic objects that animate through physical space as they do in time.