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BATMAN EVOLUTION // 16th March 2015

The video editor Jacob T.Swinney takes us on a cinematic journey trough 75 years of the caped crusader. Indeed, he put together a fantastic supercut featuring 12 different versions of Batman from the 1943 serial starring Lewis Wilson to 2014’s The Lego Movie. The filmmaker demonstrates that no matter the plot, the actor, or the … Continue reading

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CLOUD LIGHTS // 9th March 2015

Canadian design brand Bocci, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, unveiled a collection delicately expressed with poetry. The studio has presented at Paris trade fair MAISON&OBJET glass pendant lights made by forcing molten glass into a loose heat-resistant fabric pillow, creating a fluid shape. Named 73, this aerial collection of suspended light directly refers … Continue reading

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STEAMPUNK GAMEBOY // 2nd March 2015

What would a Gameboy look like if it had been created during the Industrial Revolution? French artist, Elise Siegwald, has given us a creative glimpse by adding a Steampunk look to the most popular handheld video game device. By replacing the case and using acrylic paint, thread and some clock machinery, the Gameboy has become … Continue reading

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OCEAN GRAVITY // 23rd February 2015

The famous free diver Guillaume Néry and his partner Julie Gautier recently unveiled “Ocean Gravity”, a short film showing the power of the ocean’s currents. During the three minute clip, the freediving World Champion rides the deep underwater currents along Tiputa pass (French Polynesia), as if he’s flying weightless through space. “Ocean Gravity turns underwater … Continue reading

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FLY ME TO THE MOON // 16th February 2015

Get ready to step into Neil Armstrong’s shoes and to experience one of Mankind’s greatest achievements, to go on the Moon. By creating an app based on the Apollo 11 Moon landing, an Irish start-up Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) Education is hopint to make this experience come true thanks to a crowdfunding campaign. Using the … Continue reading

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DIGITAL ART // 9th February 2015

Early January 2015, INSA came up with a unique and ambitious art project to make the world’s largest animated GIF in Brazil visible from space. The UK street artist is known for creating large-scale murals named ‘GIF-ITI’: animated graffiti designs which are meant to come to life through a looping GIF. This technique requires a long work process … Continue reading

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BACK TO THE FUTURE // 2nd February 2015

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Back to the Future franchise, the English digital artist Andy Fairhurst realized 3 posters prints, specially designed for the Bottleneck Gallery in New York. Renowned for its pop culture based artworks, Andy Fairhurst offers his own take on this 80’s icon from a bird-eye perspective. Taken from the above … Continue reading

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LIGHT SCULPTURE // 26th January 2015

Summer solstice 2013, the artist James Turrell had his work, which explored his ongoing fascination with the perception of light, colour and space, showcased at the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum in New-York. Visitors discovered Turrell’s major project especially designed for the Guggenheim called “Aten Reign“. It reimagines the rotunda of Franck Lloyd Wright’s iconic building … Continue reading

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PAC-MAN BARCADE // 19th January 2015

End of January near Chicago (Illinois, USA) Namco Entertainment Inc will open Level 257, the new restaurant and entertainment experience totally dedicated to the generational icon Pac-Man. Named after the famous kill screen level in the arcade game, Level 257 is much more than a restaurant. Indeed, the project is designed to create “a seriously … Continue reading

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RIVERBED // 12th January 2015

Transforming an entire wing of the Louisiana MoMA (Humlebæk, Denmark) into a rocky landscape, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson focused on inhabiting space in a new way by inserting new patterns of movement into the museum. Indeed, the artist brought 180 tons of stones from Iceland and created a stream of water to represent a natural and … Continue reading

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