ULDUS BAKHTIOZINA // Take A Deep Breath In And Try To Enjoy Some Irony!

Photography

RICHARD LINKLATER // From Slacker To Boyhood, A Career of (Almost) 30 Years!

Film

MIKEY PLEASE // Stop-Motion Animation Made With Styrofoam Puppets And Long-Exposure Light Effects

Animation

GOPRO // Yesterday In The Space, Today Into A (Goddamn) Volcano!

Entertainment
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THE BIGGER PICTURE // A stop motion film using painting, paper modeling and real objects!
Animation
The Bigger Picture is an intriguing animated short using full scale characters and props rendered in a mix of painting (2D), paper modeling (using papier maché) and real objects bringing the 3 dimensions to the film.
By Alexia Fernandes | October 9, 2014
KEVIN WEIR // Vintage photos come to life as ghostly animated GIFs
Photography
Just check some of his eerie but amazing black and white GIFs, made entirely from footage found in the Library of Congress online archive.
By Diana Cardoso | October 8, 2014
ON LOOP // Surprising experimental documentary and animated film about Insomnia
Short film
Director Christine Hooper describes her short film "On Loop" as “the journey of a person waking in the middle of the night and their ensuing irrational thought process brought on from being unable to sleep”.
By Alexia Fernandes | September 30, 2014
ADVANCED STYLE // The blog-inspired film exploring the lives of NYC fashion doyennes
Documentary
Who said fashion was a lifestyle reserved only for the youth? Advanced Style is a documentary reflecting a way of living, an affirmation and also a bit of a rebellion statement in a society that is not used to "stylish grandmas” proclaiming a provo
By Alexia Fernandes | September 30, 2014
OPHIR KUTIEL // Creating New Music From Existing YouTube Videos
Music
In fact, if you listen to the song without watching the video, it's hard to tell it's all a big "milkshake" of some amazing performers who posted the video just for the passion or tutorial's purposes.
By Alexia Fernandes | September 20, 2014
MIRANDA JULY'S NEW APP // Please Please Please, For A Better And Funnier World Start Downloading It Now!
Entertainment
In a digital era where everything is changing, from the way we communicate to the way we are perceived, is hard not to get lost in ourselves and forget how it feels like to share a real experience with someone in real life.
By Alexia Fernandes | September 20, 2014
ULDUS BAKHTIOZINA // Take A Deep Breath In And Try To Enjoy Some Irony!
Photography
Uldus Bakhtiozina was born in 1986 at the city of Saint-Petersburg. She is a photographer and visual artist who has been revealing through her work the big impact of her own Russian heritage. She studied at Central Saint Martins in London, where she
By Alexia Fernandes | September 12, 2014
GOPRO // Yesterday In The Space, Today Into A (Goddamn) Volcano!
Entertainment
From space to the ocean floor, passing by the 99 sharp curves on the road up to Tianmen Cave, a little journey among the tenderness of a group of lions or enjoying the fast and highness of a F-18, we couldn't resist to show you the last goddamn-GoPro
By Alexia Fernandes | September 11, 2014
RICHARD LINKLATER // From Slacker To Boyhood, A Career of (Almost) 30 Years!
Film
Since its world's premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on last January, "Boyhood" has grabbed all the globe's media attention for being an indie film whose shooting took over a decade, precisely 12 years.
By Alexia Fernandes | September 8, 2014
MIKEY PLEASE // Stop-Motion Animation Made With Styrofoam Puppets And Long-Exposure Light Effects
Animation
"In the beginning there was literally nothing, and then there wasn't… nothing."
By Diana Cardoso | September 8, 2014
JAKE SCOTT'S NEW COMMERCIAL // Watch Jude Law dancing like in a Godard´s movie!
Advertising
Jake Scott's Short Film for Johnnie Walker Blue Label
By Diana Cardoso | August 2, 2014
NACHO GUZMAN // See how lightning can dramatically change a face
Cinematography
Caught entirely on camera and without assistance of any visual effects, director and producer Nacho Guzman shows us how color lightning and its direction can dramatically change a face´s emotion.
By Alexia Fernandes | August 2, 2014
DEATH MASKS // A Fashion Editorial
Photography
Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead and the Roman Catholic All Souls Day, Epigraph asked British photographer Rankin and beauty editor Andrew Gallimore to team up and create an editorial that celebrates this traditions and their meaning.
By Diana Cardoso | June 3, 2014
EARTH PAINTING; THE FOREST OF VOWS // Amazing Mud Mural Brings Art Into Indian Schools
Painting
If there is a white wall, the desire or urge to draw on it is in the nature of everyone who sees it…
By Diana Cardoso | June 2, 2014
KYLLI SPARRE // Surreal Creations From a Ballerina Turned Photographer
Photography
It's never too late to follow what your heart most desires... Even if you've spent most of your life doing something else.
By Diana Cardoso | May 30, 2014
AINSLIE HENDERSON // Moving On
Film
Since ancient times, life has been represented in different cultures as a fragile golden string or thread that could be cut by the mystical designs of three eerie sisters, also known as Fates...
By Diana Cardoso | May 29, 2014
ZILDA // One Of The Greatest Modern Street Artists Of The Moment
Street Art
Some stories are meant to be told over and over again, even if time insists on washing them away...
By Diana Cardoso | May 22, 2014
SANDL // Tokyo Reverse A 9 Hour Film
Film
The famous saying has changed... The revolution will be televised!
By Diana Cardoso | May 21, 2014
WILLIAM FORSYTHE // Nowhere And Everywhere At The Same Time No. 2
Installation art
If you tell people where to go, but not how to get there, you'll be amazed at the results" - U.S. General George S. Patton
By Diana Cardoso | May 20, 2014
JULE WAIBEL // What If You Could Wear An Origami Piece?
Design
"Collapsible structures reflect how our world is constantly changing. My response is to use folding as part of my design process."
By Diana Cardoso | May 19, 2014
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL // Celebrating 67 Years With The Worst And The Best Memories
Film
Ladies and gentlemen, cross the date on the calendar for the moment has come!
By Diana Cardoso | May 14, 2014
FESTIVAL DE CANNES 2014 // Cannes Classics Selection
Film
Film festivals have the amazing power of changing careers. After all, usually they carry within themselves the feeling that something new is just around the corner, waiting to be revealed and spread into the world...
By Diana Cardoso | May 13, 2014
FESTIVAL DE CANNES 2014 // Our Film Selection!
Film
As you can imagine, when a festival as big as this one occurs, and only during twelve frenzic days, each day is schedule and programmed to the minute.
By Diana Cardoso | May 11, 2014
FESTIVAL DE CANNES 2014 // Let's Meet The Jury Of The 67th Edition!
Film
Tick-tock, tick-tock! The clock is ticking and here, at Look Ouch, we're anxietly counting the days for the 14th of May...
By Diana Cardoso | May 8, 2014
VINCENT BROQUAIRE // From The Physical To The Virtual World Each Page Is In Fact A Single Short Story That Follows Itself
Illustration
Not all books are filled with stories to be shared through written words. Some are told with drawings and illustrations, but that doesn't mean they're all comic books or graphic novels.
By Diana Cardoso | May 7, 2014
GEMMA GREEN-HOPE // This Is The Most Touching And Heartfelt Tribute You Will See Today
Film
“I inherited some of her clothes to wear, books to read, a bicycle to ride. But how do you make sense of all the other things that someone leaves behind, the things nobody sees, boxes full of photographs, and bits of string?..."
By Diana Cardoso | May 6, 2014
MARIA STROMVIK // Black & White Underwater Portraits
Photography
For Maria Stromvik, a swedish amateur photographer, who only began photographing back in 2009, the idea of using color in her work never seemed to attract her in the first place.
By Diana Cardoso | May 4, 2014
LAURENT LAVENDER // Playing With The Moon
Photography
From the iconic Sinatra's song "Fly Me to the Moon" to the classic Jules Verne's novel "De la Terre à la Lune", among so many other different examples, not to mention mythological legends or other stories and rituals associated with it...
By Diana Cardoso | May 2, 2014
REBECCA LOUISE LAW // The Flower Garden Display's
Installation art
Though the long lost Hanging Gardens of Babylon may never be found again, other gardens still arise by the hands and mind of an english installation artist named Rebecca Louise Law.
By Diana Cardoso | April 30, 2014
DAILY OVERVIEW // Captivating Satellite Images of Earth
Photography
"Unless you spend most of your time in an airplane, your everyday perspective is limited to the surface of the earth, and specifically to your line of sight.
By Diana Cardoso | April 29, 2014
MIKOLAJ GACKOWSKI // Music Videos Without Music
Film
This may be a strange question, but did you ever asked yourself how would your favorite music videos sound without music?
By Diana Cardoso | April 28, 2014
JUAN FONTANIVE // New Bird & Butterfly Flip Book Machines
Animation
Within a book there are thousands of worlds awaiting to be explore or discover. So when you add, literally, a visual impact to them, you get more than a story, you get a wonderful surprise.
By Diana Cardoso | April 28, 2014
OLEG OPRISCO // New Surreal Portraits
Photography
In modern day times its hard to avoid completely the newest digital advances made and sold to the world, thanks to the powerful machine that's advertising (and the hunger to try something new).
By Diana Cardoso | April 24, 2014
FROM ABOVE // Epic Supercut Reveals The Perfect Symmetry of Wes Anderson
Film
Audrey Hepburn once said that everything she learned she learned it from the movies. I'm guessing Kogonada, a Korean born filmmaker and visual essayist, known for making touching and clever film montages...
By Diana Cardoso | April 22, 2014
STILL LIFE // An Inspirational Short Film About Creativity In Everyday Moments
Film
"How do we hold a moment?"
By Diana Cardoso | April 21, 2014
THOMAS LAMADIEU // New Illustrations in the Sky Between Buildings
Illustration
French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu took this idea and applied it to his most recent "sky art" experiences, while travelling through Germany, Canada, Belgium, France and other countries.
By Diana Cardoso | April 21, 2014
HALLEY DOCHERTY // Classic album covers in Google Street View
Photography
The Gardian's resident Street View specialist Halley Docherty created a new series that places famous album covers in their original location.
By Diana Cardoso | April 18, 2014
LIMITLESS // An Electric and Dynamic Stop Motion Video For Graffiti Lovers
Street Art
Music and graffiti are often associated with each other, or as some may prefer to say "they go hand in hand", specially when both are still consider underground and share the same attitudes and thoughts.
By Diana Cardoso | April 17, 2014
HUNGRY PLANET // What The World Eats
Photography
Husband and wife duo, composed by photographer Peter Menzel and writer Faith D'Aluisio , have spent three years travelling while documenting the different eating habits and diets of several distinct people, from more than 30 countries around the worl
By Diana Cardoso | April 16, 2014
KATERINA PLOTNIKOVA // She Takes Stunningly Beautiful Photos With "Real" Animals
Photography
From the Little Mermaid to the Red Riding Hood, humans and wild beasts were not part of two completely different worlds that long ago.
By Diana Cardoso | April 14, 2014
JESS RIVA COOPER // Amazing Ceramic Busts That Portray Life and Death
Sculpture
Originaly from Toronto, Canada, Jess Riva Cooper is an artist and educator whose artwork and studies have been focused in sculpture, mainly in ceramics.
By Diana Cardoso | April 14, 2014
WITCHORIA // Artist Digitally Overlays An Existential Computerized Error Message Over A Scanned Polaroid
Photography
One time or another we've all thought about this before…
By Diana Cardoso | April 10, 2014
17 Famous Film Set Designs Turned Into Film Posters
Illustration
A film does not only lives of it's plot and characters, it also owes a lot to the wonderful sets that allows us to dream and live in that same world...
By Diana Cardoso | April 9, 2014
FACES OF N // An Audiovisual EP Experience And Performance
Film
We are not made of the clothes we wear... But they can say a lot about how we feel and who we are, in that moment.
By Diana Cardoso | April 8, 2014
PARIS 1914 VS PARIS 2014 // The Past Meets the Present Once More
Photography
Similar to a previous post done last month, we can now see the past meeting the present once more, but this time in the city of love, Paris.
By Diana Cardoso | April 8, 2014
JONAS GINTER // 360° Video Using 6 GoPro Cameras
Film
It may not come as a surprise to you that GoPro cameras are the latest trend for filming...
By Diana Cardoso | April 6, 2014
ERNEST GOH´S // Glamour Portraits Of Chicken Beauty Pageant Contestants
Photography
Every year, beauty pageants or contests take place all over the world, and every single one of them has a different number of standards and values to define what the word "beauty" truly means to them.
By Diana Cardoso | April 4, 2014
3D GIFs // New Technique Is Doing More Than Simply Looping Some Of Your Favourite Movies
Photography
Hold on to your seat... What you're about to see it's just an optical illusion!
By Diana Cardoso | April 3, 2014
A FROZEN TALE // Magical Photo Series Shot In A 17th Century Winter Wonderland
Photography
"A Frozen Tale" it's the name of this Australian photographer's latest project and consists so far in a series of nine photographs, all taken in the Royal Palace in Stockholm, a 17th century palace, after negotiations with the Swedish government.
By Diana Cardoso | April 2, 2014
TOILETS // The Absurd Never Ending Task Of Trying To Find Love
Film
"It’s very personal and I wanted to tell a story that’s less “right place, right person” and more “right time, right state of mind”.
By Diana Cardoso | March 31, 2014
MICHAEL PAUL SMITH // What Is Real And What Is Fake In This Model Town?
Photography
See the photographs to understand why this photographer spent so many hours photographing it, and be amazed!
By Diana Cardoso | March 30, 2014
SAMMY SALBBINCK // Vintage Photographs Creating Surreal Collages On Paper And Prints
Collage
Self-confessed vintage lover, Sammy Salbbinck is a Belgian artist that combines different backgrounds and figures within his collage creations.
By Diana Cardoso | March 28, 2014
A´SHOP // Graffiti Artists Create Five Story Art Nouveau Mural
Street Art
All the way from Montreal, Canada, graffiti artists from the A'shop crew are turning heads at a new and modern way to look at what street art is really all about.
By Diana Cardoso | March 27, 2014
BERLIN, BERLIN // We all long for a sense of belonging, but what bind us to where we are?
Film
By Diana Cardoso | March 25, 2014
THE PORTRAIT SHOW // 26 Tribute Illustrations
Illustration
Once in a while some characters just stick with us after one night at the movies, or at least for a while...
By Diana Cardoso | March 25, 2014
KAPSTAND // Breakdancer Balances on One Hand at Famous Paris Landmarks
Photography
Whenever we travel, we realize there's always a superimpose statement that tells you must smile in every photo you take, showing how happy you were then, even when that's not the case.
By DIiana Cardoso | March 21, 2014
ADLY SYAIRI RAMLY // See Your Favorite Bands as Tiny Lego People
Photography
Have you ever wonder what would be like to see your favorite singer or band as a LEGO minifigure?
By Diana Cardoso | March 21, 2014
PLUMB // Free hand animation installation
Film
Traditional animation has always been there since the beginning of filmmaking.
By Diana Cardoso | March 19, 2014
COMING UP FOR AIR // The Encounters Of A Cold Water Surf And The Limits They Push To Surf Some Of The Most Incredible Waves In The Northern Hemisphere
Film
"Just as shadows hide in the winter skyline, at some point we lost the innocent feeling of looking and understood what we were not looking at."
By Diana Cardoso | March 18, 2014
JON JACOBSEN // Mysterious GIFs that capture feelings of emotional turmoil
Photography
Combining reality with haunting shapes and animal figures, this time he present us a collection of cinemagraphs based on some of his self-portraits and dreams...
By Diana Cardoso | March 18, 2014
CHAPEL PERILOUS // Winner of Sundance Film Festival Audience Award
Film
Levi Gold (played by David Henry Gerson) lives his life day by day, numbed or lost, while stuck on a routine, with no purpose or feeling in any of it, until the day he meets Robin (Kris Park), a traveling salesman with a mission on his mind.
By Diana Cardoso | March 17, 2014
SIPHO MABONA // Elephant-Sized Origami Sculpture and Installations
Sculpture
Sipho Mabona is a Switzerland-based sculptor in love with the ancient eastern craft of origami, since the moment he first folded a simple paper airplane as a child.
By Diana Cardoso | March 17, 2014
KESA // The vinyil birds
Street Art
We all know that vinyl is making a strong comeback, getting finally pulled out of dusty top shelves and hidden cardboard boxes back into oldschool music lovers' record players...
By Diana Cardoso | March 17, 2014
A HIDDEN WORLD // Alexander Semenov
Photography
Humans have always been fascinated and obsessed with the idea that there's a world out there to discover and conquer...
By Diana Cardoso | March 13, 2014
FIRST KISS // The Campaign That Caught Everyone's Attention... And Heart
Film
“If you’re not ready for love, how can you be ready for life?”
By Diana Cardoso | March 12, 2014
WHEN THE NIGHT TIME COMES // A Whole New Way To Interact With Music Videos
Film
There's a new, fresh and dynamic wave of interaction and creativity that can't be overlooked. From the 24 hour length video for Pharell Williams' song "Happy" to the "change the channel" format for Bob Dylan's famous...
By Diana Cardoso | March 11, 2014
RUBBER ARMS // Breakdancing to the Extreme
Dance
Ever wonder what it would be like to have no bones in your arms?
By Diana Cardoso | March 10, 2014
THE GAP // An Inspirational Typography Film
Film
"For everyone in doubt, especially for myself"
By Diana Cardoso | March 7, 2014
THE PAST MEETS THE PRESENT // Classic London paintings set in contemporary times
Photography
Old cities are full of history, that's a fact. And that makes me wonder, a lot, to be honest, every time I walk down a road or street in a major big capital with centuries of existence.
By Diana Cardoso | March 6, 2014
GOOD CHEER // Cheerleaders turned into geometrical patterns
Photography
Raise your spirits, raise them high! Go team!
By Diana Cardoso | March 5, 2014
CHEYENNE RANDALL // Celebrities with photoshopped tattoos
Tattoo
Everyone has a story to tell, but some are just too deep, too under the skin, to be told in words.
By Diana Cardoso | March 4, 2014
And the Oscar goes to...
Film
With no big surprises, dear reader, the 86th Academy Awards took again place this Sunday, in Hollywood, to celebrate the film industry and its outstanding achievements of last year.
By Diana Cardoso | March 3, 2014
MUSIC FROM THE UNDERNEATH // Evan Holm’ Submerged Turntables
Music
"Ashes to ashes, dust to dust" - in the end, everything is ephemeral…
By Diana Cardoso | February 28, 2014
RUNNING GAG // Shoes that reflect their wearers
Photography
Everyone it's unique in it's own way. But not everybody matches the inside with the outside... So, in this case, when the right shoe fits, wearing it it's a good idea.
By Diana Cardoso | February 26, 2014
UP IN THE AIR // Miami Beaches Captured Through God
Photography
Since the beginning of times, Man has always looked up to the sky and stars searching for an answer and something more, while getting always mesmerized with its beautifully complex...
By Diana Cardoso | February 26, 2014
CHET FAKER // Four seasons pass by in his new stop motion animated music video for ‘Talk Is Cheap’
Music
Some people say that "life is a cycle", but as the old saying goes so does "time heals all wounds", even though that in this particular case "time" stands for the change of the seasons.
By Diana Cardoso | February 25, 2014
GEORGIA THEOLOGOU // Glittery haunting portraits
Illustration
Black lights, fluorescent paint and drops of glitter... No, this is not about some secret underground party. This is Georgia Theologou's artwork!
By Diana Cardoso | February 23, 2014
The NEW "NEW THING" // Magical 3D stories cut out of books
Sculpture
For most of us, dioramas and paper cut-out sculptures have been in our lives since kindergarten... Who doesn't remember making, at least, a paper chain of little boys or girls holding hands, and the pure joy of making it?
By Diana Cardoso | February 20, 2014
CHRISTOFFER MORRIS // Incredible photos of the New York City subway during the 1980s
Photography
Looking back, we can all recall or think about a particular time, in our lives or even in history, that was characterized by not only a peculiar or odd fashion style but also a, now understood as, strange state of mind and way of acting.
By Diana Cardoso | February 19, 2014
JUCO // Two is stronger than one, a fashion collaboration
Fashion
Good collaborations are not an easy thing to manage, specially when nowadays a sense of competition to make a name of itself is a sad but true hedonist value and presence in every art field...
By Diana Cardoso | February 19, 2014
BERLINALE 2014 // And the winners are...
Film
The weekend is over, and Monday has already came and went as fast as the angry waves and heavy rains that have been hitting hard this bad weather crisis all over the north hemisphere.
By Diana Cardoso | February 17, 2014
TERRY BORDER // Wiry limbs, paper backs: when books come to life
Photography
Maybe you heard or seen before his famous 30 pictures collection called Bent Objects, containing a series of situations where ordinary or everyday normal objects and food elements were turned into cute and funny characters...
By Diana Cardoso | February 17, 2014
LOVE IS MESSY // A perfect selection of films for your non-valentine´s day
Film
It's finally Friday! But don't go texting all your friends for a regular night out...
Sorry to remind you, but it's Valentine's Day.
By Diana Cardoso | February 14, 2014
NATURAL LIFE // A mother's neverending love battle
Film
Modern world' societies rely on a system, we all know that. A system built on laws and rules understood or shared within a society that relates on the same moral principles...
By Diana Cardoso | February 12, 2014
FREYA JOBBINS // Want to get rid of your childhood toys? Think again.
Sculpture
Australian artist Freya Jobbins takes a different approach on what to do with those no longer wanted toys.
By Diana Cardoso | February 12, 2014
Recreating the perfect li(v)es seen in a magazine cover
Drawing
Life is different for everybody, and even though sometimes we'll say "stars are just like us" some tabloid magazines remind us of...
By Diana Cardoso | February 10, 2014
DETROIT // A modern ghost town
Photography
Ten years ago, Kevin Bauman began innocently documenting houses, in his hometown of Detroit, that were located in abandoned or forgotten neighborhoods due to a new economic "rebirth"
By Diana Cardoso | February 9, 2014
Ever thought about making a tribute to your favorite artist?
Photography
Eugenio Recuenco has done just that.
He is considered one of the best fashion photographers of our days, having worked with Nina Ricci, Diesel, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Carolina Herrera and Vogue, among so many other renowned names...
By Diana Cardoso | February 6, 2014
43,000 Feet // What would go through your mind while falling from the sky?
Film
Everyday we are faced with memories that belong to our past, moments that compose our present and ideas of what's still to come in a near or distant future, however we can't escape the unpredictable, even when we think about all the possibilities.
By Diana Cardoso | February 5, 2014
The Perfect Family or How The American Dream Is Not Really That Dreamy
Photography
The famous fantasy of making life complete and perfect by living in a suburban house with a white picket fence, next to the respective spouse and a couple of kids, is still a reality for many who have never cease to dream...
By Diana Cardoso | February 4, 2014
IT IS DARK ... BUT ALSO NOT // A psychedelic conceptual dreamscape
Film
Retro look, grainy film, dark encounters and neon lights... Does it sound like something you would might be interested in? Now add to it slow motion, female silhouettes, smoke and fire breathing goddesses.
By Diana Cardoso | February 3, 2014
KYLE BEAN // Transforming everyday objects into brains
Sculpture
Brains... No, we're not talking about zombies' favorite food, although some of these art pieces may be edible.
By Diana Cardoso | February 2, 2014
WETCANVAS // Stories that come alive through paper sculptures
Sculpture
Someone once told me, a long time ago, that when there's no money to travel, all we need is a good book. I'm guessing someone else shares the same philosophy.
By Diana Cardoso | January 30, 2014
BEAUTY // Ever asked yourself how some iconic paintings would be like if they were "unfrozen"?
Painting
Since the beginning of time, mankind has expressed itself while trying to immortalize its passage on Earth through art, particularly and perhaps firstly through painting...
By Diana Cardoso | January 30, 2014
MONSIEUR QUI // Street artist creates stunning black and white collages and paintings in the streets of the city of love
Street Art
Ever had the feeling, while walking down the street, among concrete gray walls, that something is lacking? Something to brighten your day? Or just to make you think?
Monsieur Qui may have the answer for your prayers, if you're in Paris, Marseilles or
By Diana Cardoso | January 28, 2014
MAGMA MUSIC VIDEO // Surreal music video combining live action and animation
Film
The old forsaken Gods of the North still reside in the cold high mountains.
Can you hear them?
By Diana Cardoso | January 27, 2014
JAMIE BECK & KEVIN BURG // Fashion photography in motion turned into a viral phenomenon
Film
Not so long ago we've talked about a special set of animated GIFs that could take you into a whole new dimension, where time didn't exist and reality was a pure dream, like a frozen memory...
By Diana Cardoso | January 27, 2014
JORDAN SMITH´s project and struggle to never give up
Film
Some say it's all about luck and timing. Others connections. Either way, it begins with you taking the step to make it happen.
Jordan Smith lives in Denton, Texas, and works as a freelancer...
By Diana Cardoso | January 23, 2014
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL // January 16- 26, 2014
Film
Since 1981, an institute in the mountains of Utah, originally founded by actor and director Robert Redford, has evolved through the years with a special mission on mind : to provide a space for independent artists to show...
By Diana Cardoso | January 23, 2014
BOGGIE // Real time digitally retouched music video
Music
Perfection... It's always a controversial subject, but within a consumer society, where everyday we are subjected to images of "the perfect new thing" by the media, whether it's in a cover of a magazine or an advertising ad, there's virtually...
By Diana Cardoso | January 22, 2014
BERLIN FASHION WEEK // January 14-19, 2014
Fashion
Held twice a year in Berlin, since 2007, one of the youngest and fresher fashion showcases in the world is back! It's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin!
By Diana Cardoso | January 20, 2014
STAINLESS // Hypnotizing slow motion in train stations
Film
Its said in cinematography that trains and their stations have a symbolic charge that just lights up any narrative.
They're the meeting point, the end of a journey or the beginning of a new one, the waiting period...
By Diana Cardoso | January 19, 2014
WE MAKE THEM WONDER // German media agency point out the beautiful, magical and surreal details of our daily life moments
Film
"We make film. We make ideas. We make photography. We make things happen. We make them wonder." - that's how this German media agency and production company introduces themselves to the world...
By Diana Cardoso | January 17, 2014
THE ART OF VICTO NGAI // A "world within a world" type of narrative
Illustration
Based in New York city, this Chinese artist is known for producing illustrations for highly famous magazines, newspapers and other clients, such as The New Yorker, McDonalds, Sundance Film Festival or even ADIDAS Hong Kong, but instead of using...
By Diana Cardoso | January 16, 2014
DEAD PARROT // Comedy channel produced a dramatic reconstruction of a youtube comments argument
Film
Have you ever facepalmed yourself after reading a comment? Then this is for you!
It's said that everyday over 4 billion videos are watched on Youtube, and every week at least 100 million people take a social action on it, which translates in an...
By Diana Cardoso | January 15, 2014
HENRIQUE LIMA // Mestre fungo surreal GIFs
Illustration
Shakespeare famous quote surely fits like a glove the work of Henrique Lima, a Brazilian designer and illustrator from São Paulo, that's also known as Gringo or Terri Vellman (and probably even other names), while also being part of the...
By Diana Cardoso | January 12, 2014
VIKRAM KUSHWAH & TRISHA SAKHLECHAM // Memoirs of lost time
Photography
What are dreams made of? British photographer Vikram Kushwah answers that immortal question, alongside fashion designer and writer Trisha Sakhlecham, by recreating long lost memoirs from a distant time and space, where the main...
By Diana Cardoso | January 12, 2014
H-57 // Minimal movie posters
Illustration
From the glamorous illustrations to the contemporary compositions that use photography, film posters have evolved along the past century, and, just like the movies they advertise and represent, some got lost in time and oblivion, while others...
By Diana Cardoso | January 9, 2014
PETER CALLESEN // Surreal 3D space made with papercuts explores meanings and feelings
Decorative Arts
Imagine a white canvas. To be more precise a white A4 paper sheet.
So far, nothing special. But in a world where some companies are trying to implement a paper free policy in their businesses, and a single paper sheet is becoming an old fashion supp
By Diana Cardoso | January 8, 2014
BUTCHER BILLY // The Post Punk/New Wave super friends comic illustration
Illustration
Butcher Billy, as its know, is a graphic designer and illustrator from Brazil, that loves to mash-up well-known comic book heroes and classic TV cartoons with legendary rock and pop icons, particularly from the 80s (but not exclusively as you will...
By Diana Cardoso | January 8, 2014
ARIE VAN // X-ray photography
Photography
As a child, we usually ask ourselves and others the reason why everything is the way it is. It's undeniably an uncontrollable thing, like an insatiable desire or endless thirst that just keeps growing and growing... But even as a grown up, and...
By Diana Cardoso | January 6, 2014
DIGITAL GROTESQUE // The first solid human-scale space built with a 3D printer sandstone
Sculpture
Swiss architects and programmers Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger may have found the answer, when a few months back they created the first solid human-scale space entirely built with a 3D printer sandstone. Aiming to create...
By Diana Cardoso | January 2, 2014
DANIEL BROKSTAD // Medic type typography
Typography
hey say the pen is mightier than the sword, and that a picture is worth a thousand words. But what happens when words are illustrated?
By Diana Cardoso | January 2, 2014
MARTIN WOUTISSETH // Twin Peaks illustrated video
Illustration
"Who killed Laura Palmer?"
This immortal question from David Lynch's hit series Twin Peaks still lives on... specially on French artist Martin Woutisseth's memory, who spent three-and-a-half months reinventing the homonymous masterpiece' opening...
By Diana Cardoso | January 2, 2014
SEAN E. AVERY // Amazing animals sculptures made from broken CDs
Sculpture
Ever wonder how to give a new purpose to a no longer wanted object? Sean Edward Avery has a "pretty shiny" solution for your old compact disks.
Although vinyl fever is back, its almost a fact that nowadays most CDs are getting dust covered on a...
By Diana Cardoso | January 2, 2014
JEEYOUNG LEE // Non digital dreamscapes
Photography
For weeks and weeks, she worked hard on each different scene, with amounts of patience, hand crafting most of its items and props, only with the purpose to capture the dreamscapes she brought to life with some photos. Each creation contemplates the..
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
IRINA WERNING // Back to the future photography
Photography
Well, what if I told you, you could relive that one precious moment, now and in a single frame?
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
NATALIYA PLATONOVA aka Pedalia // The last supper
Drawing
Are you a Moleskine' addict? Then you'll may like this…
Like a good secret, not much is known about Nataliya Platonova, a russian freelance illustrator and designer, whose work began to be discovered when some...
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
YONI LEFÉVRE // Grey power
Drawing
The idea was simple. Just by analyzing some drawings made by several children to their grandpas and grandmas, we can realize how they see their family members in the world, usually, full blown with...
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
ED WHEELER // Santa Claus in classic paintings
Painting
To this moment, Wheeler has changed the "face" of more than 40 classical paintings, from Botticelli's Venus de Milo to Claude Monet's lilies collection, just to name a few, by including himself as the merry character...
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
Father and daughter´s photo tribute to mom´s memory
Photography
Life can take an unexpected turn but still carries on…
When in 2009, Ali and Ben Nunery got married, they decided to take their wedding photos in the house they had just bought, filling the empty home with their happy smiles and...
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
THE SIMPSONS // White Christmas Blues Couch Gag
Animation
Bells are ringing! Children singing! All is merry and bright! Hang your stockings and say a prayer, 'cause the Simpsons are back in town!
By Diana Cardoso | December 23, 2013
THE BURNING HOUSE // Have you ever thought about the things you truly care about?
Photography
"If your house was burning, what would you take with you?"
Long time blogger Foster Huntington made that same question to himself a few years ago, when he gathered some belongings and photographed them. A few days later, he asked his friends to do th
By Diana Cardoso | December 20, 2013
SEAN LYNCH // Infrared Photography
Photography
When New York-based photographer Sean Lynch visited Nepal a few months ago, he carried in his backpack his beloved camera and some 35 mm Kodak EIR Color Infrared films. When he returned back home and developed them...
By Diana Cardoso | December 19, 2013
WITHINGS // Over 100 naked people in a stop-motion advert
Film
In a world where almost every campaign ad is centered on what to buy to achieve that perfect celebrity body type, hottest trend or, to keep it simple, "wonderful life", it's hard to truly feel comfortable or happy with your own body image and inner s
By Diana Cardoso | December 19, 2013
JANA ROMANOVA // Russian photographer takes series featuring 40 images to represent the 40 weeks of pregnancy
Photography
Every now and then, we realize life is about changes and the meaning of growing up. That's what happened to russian photographer Jana Romanova when most of her friends started a new chapter in their lifes, pregnancy...

By Diana Cardoso | December 18, 2013
SPEEDRUN // Or, how to summarize in 60 seconds the story of our favourite cult movies
Film
In a world where the need for fast information is more than never a must-have, we introduce you a very special project, delightfully, called Speedrun...


By Diana Cardoso | December 18, 2013
ANTHONY GEOFFROY : BREAKING BAD // Funny caricatures of Breaking Bad
Illustration
Are you still living the aftermath or sinking feeling of missing Mr. Heisenberg and Pinkman, every week? Well, know you're not alone, and that "I know a guy who knows a guy who knows a guy" called Anthony Geoffroy, that might have something to ease y
By Diana Cardoso | December 17, 2013
THUMBS & AMMO // Movie heroes replacing firearms for thumbs-ups!
Film
"Real tough guys don't need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude"
That's the motto for Thumbs & Ammo, a funny photo blog that in March of 2013 was created for a photoshop competition...
By Diana Cardoso | December 17, 2013
Experimental Animated GIFs by RRRRRRROLL
Photography
Let's be honest, lately there's a frenzy new sensation that you may have already crossed paths on your favourite social network or blogging platform website... Yes, animated GIFs!
By Diana Cardoso | December 16, 2013
SCRIPTURA VITAE a film by Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic
Film
Searching for something different? Then, this might be it...
As part of the Random Acts arts platform, UK's Channel 4 and Protein London commissioned an unexpected but mind-blowing short film called Scriptura Vitae...
By Diana Cardoso | December 16, 2013
13 "BAD DAY" MOVIES
Film
Had a bad day? Hope not, but get ready and grab your rabbit foot, for it's Friday the 13th!
There's only one rule: the plot takes place within 24 hours and it has to be worthy to be called a really bad or unlucky day for our protagonists.
By Diana Cardoso | December 13, 2013