Category Archives: Art & Culture
Typophile is a community of type enthusiasts that covers everything on the topic. Handcrafted by BYU design students and faculty, for the 5th Typophile Film Festival, a fun video that appeals to all senses. A visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity. Everything in the film is real—no CG effects!
Rolling in the deep played by a Chinese traditional instrument called GuZheng(Chinese Zither).For comparison listen to the song sung by Adele.
James Hoisel is an artist from São Paulo, Brazil who has a great sense of humor. He uses a variety of different mediums to create fantastic caricatures that range from the famous to the obscure. Most of his work is created just by using Photoshop, where he spends countless hours perfecting every last detail.
France based artist Hina Aoyama masterfully cuts details into sheets of paper to create these super fine, lacy, and fragile artworks. Her work conveys such things as the delicacy of small butterfly wings, the fine script of a handwritten letter, and the details of a lotus flower. Using just a simple pair of scissors, Aoyama says her passion is “to create a finest cutoff beyond the level of the very time-consuming needle lace making.”
At the Design Weekend in Vilnius, Lithuanian photographer Tadas ?erniauskas held a funniest photo shoots.Visitors to the TADAO CERN studio were invited to participate in an unprecedented photo session called “Blow Job” where a strong current of air was blown into their faces creating some incredibly funny facial expressions.
New York-based photographer Jamie Beck and her counterpart Kevin Burg gaining a lot of recognition for their cinematic images with subtle movement. The motion in each image exhibits just the right amount of movement. Each gif takes a moment in time and eternalizes it in a series of repetitive loops of motion.
As the world’s first carbon neutral bank, HSBC pursues environmental initiatives throughout its organization. To increase awareness of their website, www.globalwarmingsolutions.co.& educating people on minimizing climate change in a less theoretical manner,they glued an arial view of a city to the base of a swimming pool.
The spa world is always waiting for the next innovative treatment to bring the industry into the limelight, whether it’s anti-ageing potions and machines to suck away cellulite in an instant, or the use of the natural world around us for the removal of hard skin from our feet – like the latest marvel, the fish pedicure.