David Walker, british graphic designer and street artist, has been spotted for his clothes brand Subsurface. Now member of the SCRAWL collective, with whom he shares lots of group projects, David Walker came back to his pencils and cut-pastes to stimulate his inspiration. However, he distinguishes himself with cans. Portraitist on each kind of media, [...]
Australian Animated series broadcasted on ABC3, “Figaro Pho” ensures hilariousness and laughs. Created by Luke Jurevicius, the series stages a young boy really phobic… Discover some episodes of the 1st season here after.
Sweet mixture of irony and cruelty, the work of the French draugthsman Fabien Mérelle feeds thoughts about memory and its impairment. Graduated from Paris Fine Arts School, he pursues the movements of his representations with a work of animations, videos or installations. Among others, Fabien Mérelle has directed Rocé’s clip “Ma Saleté d’Espérance”…
La carotte (2010)
Pure lines, in Portugal, Guimarães country, an incredible 650 m² dwelling, designed by Sequeira Architects.
Photography by Nelson Garrido.
Signed for Dunham Records, micro-label of Daptones, the rough, but passionate, Charles Bradley will offer to us, this 24 of January, “No Time For Dreaming”. Tremendous voice, worthy of a blaxploitation movie, the singer distanced himself, on the double vinyl Daptones Gold, with the song “The World”.
Under Thomas Brenneck’s direction, founder of the label an guitarist of the Dap-Kings, [...]
Directed in 2009 by the students of Supinfocom Arles (France), “Muzorama” is an animated short-film which draws inspiration from the French illustrator Muzo (Jean Philippe Masson). A surrealist world for 3 minutes of daydreams.
Réalisateurs: Elsa Brehin, Raphaël Calamote, Mauro Carraro, Emilien Davaux, Laurent Monneron et Axel Tillement.
Young 19 years old british dropout, Phil Daintith shoots his escapes sets, carcasses, industrial plates, ruins or ports. Digitally, he corrects the colors of his pictures to get an effect and an interesting result. To follow…
Trained at California’s Univeristy of Santa Cruz, and at London’s St-Martin College, Dena Schuckit begins her journey with printing to turn later to oainting. Because they capture the drama, the energy and the surprise of the disasters (human or natural), the artist accumulates and files press photographs. Isolated from their context, these pictures offer a great medium to express [...]
Release this 12/22 of a new Guillermo del Toro’s production, Julia’s Eyes, directed by the Spanish Guillem Morales. This thriller tells us the story of Julia, played by Belen Rueda, who, while she’s losing her eyes, decides to carry out an investigation into her sister’s suicide. But, how flushing out a killer hidden in the darkness when you are [...]