The Six & Five Studio — SOMA for Catalogue Fubiz Media is one of the largest online magazines in France that delivers a vision and perspective on the latest news about Creativity, Inspiration and Pop Culture. For the launch of the new website, we decide to propose a real "Fubiz Creativity Room". Making Fubiz, a physical place where the art hosts. We divide the references and projects in the colour sections : Green is for Graphic, Pink is Photography, Yellow is Design, Red is Pop Culture, Blue is Video, Violet is Technology.
federico babina - Project - Archizoo - An architectural Pareidolia When I was a child I wanted to be an architect and now that I'm an architect I would like sometimes go back to my childhood. Our mind is capable of collecting, record and store millions of images. One thing that always interests me is the association that we can do between these images. The information we collect with the experience increase knowledge but sometimes appear to inhibit fantasy and limit the freedom of imagination. In reality I think that the experience is able to enhance the capacity of imagination and create visual relationships and affinities. As in an architectural “Pareidolia” I enjoyed looking and recognize the profile of animals in architectural forms: it is an exercise of creativity and imagination simple and effective that develop an "elastic thought ": thought thinks and imagination sees.
Peter Madden's Scultography Auckland-based artist Peter Madden creates these beautiful works of art by combining magazine cut-outs, paper and various found objects. Describing his own working method, Peter says: "I consider myself a ‘Sculptographer’; a ‘post-conceptual photographer’. A mediator between genres & dimensions, between you, the other and I. I suppose I am an altogether different collagist, maybe a collagist of difference." Senior Account Manager, design and branding agency, London job with Gabriele Skelton This 70 strong strategic design agency needs a Senior Account Manager to join their fun, creative and award-winning team. With an enviable array of clients- from small luxury, through to some of Britain's best-loved brands and global FMCG clients- they cover all areas of brand design, including new brand creation, brand extension, NPD, 2D and 3D packaging design, brand activation and point of sale design. The work is outstanding so they are looking for an equally good Senior Account Manager with solid experience in FMCG and consumer branding and packaging. You will have worked for a similar agency and thrive in a fast-paced environment where tenacity, curiosity and passion are paramount. Working alongside strategists, you will oversee the day to day management of key branding and packaging projects, as well as grow the client relationship. A proactive and forward thinking approach is the way to work in this agency.
50 Best Blogs for Industrial Design Students From fabulous furniture to amazing tech products, the work of industrial designers is all around you. If you’re currently pursuing a college degree in the subject or plan to in the future, you can get your fix of all thing industrial design on the web. Here are 50 blogs that anyone interested in learning more about great product design should check out, with news, stunning photos and tips that can help you improve your skills in the field. Must-Read These blogs contain some excellent reading for anyone considering a career in industrial design or who already works in the field. French By Design In the busy Mitte neighborhood, Berlin’s creative district, Emmanuel, a 1950s design aficionado, lives in this cocoon. The flat is filled with a mix of modern art and fifties French collected finds. I love how sophisticated the space is, and exhibits a true unique character. Special, big, huge crush on the cosy library corner and the gorgeous…
Непрерывное карандашом U Юнг Хо, молодые Gag Хан и Sa Yoeng Ким и Янко Дизайн Never Ending Pencil To cut a long story short, what we have here is a simple writing tool called the Continuous Pencil, which can be used till the very end. We usually end up discarding pencil stubs…I know my children waste too many saying that short pencils are uncomfortable to hold. Pop-Open Little Purse! Today, I have a very cute little low sew project to show off! A friend of mine showed this to me and now I'm totally mad about it! It's so fun, cheap and easy to do and the result is cute and useful !!! Loooooooooooove it! Мечта миров Выявленные на холсте Along with some magnificent dreams, Jacek Yerka finds inspiration for his masterful paintings from his childhood memories: the places, remembered feelings and smells of 1950′s Poland. He studied fine art and graphic design before becoming a full time artist in 1980… and we’re glad he did. His paintings will take you through incredible worlds of imagination, bending reality in captivating and clever ways fit to inspire a novel or film. See many more examples of his find paintings at yerkaland.com. See Also ENDEARING MONSTER DRAWINGS POP FROM THE SCREEN Via: hypeness.com.br
archivekarlablack Karla Black, What Others Ask, 2008, Brown paper, paint, glue, eyeshadow, lipstick, nail varnish, wood, 222 x 370 x 58 cm, Installationview West London Projects, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Mary, Glasgow and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln. Karla Black, Wish List, 2008, Sugar paper, chalk, ribbon, hair gel, nail varnish, plaster powder, paint, petroleum jelly, polythene, rubber glove, Dimensions Variable, Photo: Thierry Bal, Installation view Tate Britain, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Mary, Glasgow and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln. migros museum für gegenwartskunst Limmatstrasse 270 41 1 277 20 50 Zürich Karla Black May 16-August 16, 2009 The migros museum für gegenwartskunst is presenting the work of Scottish artist Karla Black (born 1972 in Alexandria, lives and works in Glasgow) in her first solo exhibition in Switzerland. Plaster, chalk dust and Vaseline, or substances such as face powder, lipstick and nail varnish make up Black’s raw materials. Exhibition curator is Heike Munder.
Make your own fabric prints using the sun The folks who make Inkodye sent over a sample the other day. Inkodye is light-sensitive dye for textiles or any natural fibers, including wood and raw leather. It acts like the Sunprint paper you might have used as a kid, only you can brush this dye on anything you want and it comes in lots of colors. Like orange, of course. At Home With... – One Kings Lane At Home With... Tour the Global-Chic Brownstone of the Inspiring Julia Chaplin The woman who coined the term gypset walks us through her home. Tour the Pint-Size Bungalow of Whitney Leigh Morris Step inside this L.A. designer’s 362-square-foot beach bungalow.