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Okimi I’ve blogged about Okimi (Kimiaki Yaegashi) before, but check out his site now for updates. Very, very nice. Graphic Design « Tang Yau Hoong Architectural Lighting Architectural Lighting Magazine Editorial Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Publishing Engineering & Science California Institute of Technology Better Homes and Gardens Better Homes and Gardens Magazine unisabusiness University of South Australia Multifamily Executive Hanley Wood Business Media Finance & Management Progressive Customer Publishing CSU Engage Cleveland State University Print FS Focus FoodService Consultant MIT Admissions Kit Massachusetts Institute of Technology Undergraduate Admissions FIMM Today

Collective Series of illustration for a KixBox sample sale. SS/14Art Direction, Digital Art, Illustration2014 The project is inspired by retro-futuristic dream of space traveling. Furniture Design, Interior Design, Product Design2013 Every half year KixBox totally change the design of seasonal decorations and marketing material. As the main topic for seasonal decoration spring-summer 2013, I've chosen graphic symbols of urban textures. It is a kind of camouflage for the urban environment.Branding, Illustration, Sculpting2013 Interior design. St-Petersburg, Russia, 2011Furniture Design, Interior Design, Product Design2013 All kinds of complements Vool needed to become an actual product.Branding, Product Design, Web Design2012 Identity and print collateral i designed for the opening of St. Folky series of DO PLU DO tees, 100% cotton, silk screen printed, limited edition.Design, Product Design, Fashion2009

Steingrim Veum | Norwegian artist WESTERN EDITION SKATEBOARDING Daniel Egnéus, illustrator 5 Pieces Gallery - Contemporary Fine Arts & Photography Salon Alpin » MUCH BETTER NOW In “Much Better Now”, the main character is a bookmark, stuck in a forgotten book, caught in a life marked by standstill in a deserted room. One day wind knocks over the book and blows the bookmark onto the table, separating them. Unfolding hands and feet, the bookmark is swept back into the pages that turn into ocean waves and the two are reunited for a journey. With a surfboard it experiences its environment in a new way – wipe-outs, washouts and nosedives connect the hero to the ocean. Official Selection: ECU Paris 2012, Vilnius Shorts 2012, Taafi 2012, RIFF Awards 2012, Leeds International Short film Festival, Cockatoo Island Film Festival 2012, Nord Nordwest Hamburg, British Animation Film Festival, Brazilian Kids Film Festival, Supertoon Zagreb, Leuven Short film Festival, Tyrolean indeoendant film festival, Amplitude Film Festival, Anchorage Film Festival 2012, Whitney Film Festival, San Diego Short Film Festival, Surf at Lisbon, Mo & Friese, Athens Film Festival,…

TAKAHIRO KIMURA m jealous of geoff mcfetridge i’m jealous of geoff mcfetridge Oh boy. I love these simple illustrations by LA based artist/illustrator Geoff McFetridge. All of these drawings were part of a project he did for Nike, called Nike Dunks. CAN Special: Quadrotors at the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors Showcase 2012 by MLF / @marshmallowlf @saatchilondon Now in its 22nd year, the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase hit Cannes again, unveiling another presentation of the new directorial talent. Marshmallow Laser Feast (Robin McNicholas, Memo Akten and Barnaby Steel) were the creative and technical directors of the production which included a theatrical performance by 16 flying robots reflecting light beams on the stage. CAN got the all the details on how this mesmerising performance came into being. Memo describes the goal as to create something simple, beautiful and mysterious: “to push the experience to that of watching an abstract virtuoso being made of light, playing a bizarre, imaginary musical instrument.” The most fascinating / educational / unexpected aspect of the project for me (probably due to my naivety and inexperience in working with robotics) – is how the outcome ended up being a definite collaboration between the team (us humans), and the hardware (the vehicles themselves and the moving head lights).

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