THE PLAY OF BRILLIANTS // 27th April 2015

“Light In Water” by DGT. Photo by Fubiz. In this International Year of Light supported by UNESCO, the new Éléphant Paname Gallery’s exhibition (Paris, France) explores one of the key concepts of lighting design, “The Play of Brilliants” imagined by Richard Kelly, the pioneering architectural lighting specialist. This exhibition at the Parisian center of art … Continue reading


DOWN OF JUSTICE // 20th April 2015

This weekend, Batman’s fans got their first glimpse of Ben Affleck as the Caped Crusader. Indeed, Director Zack Snyder released the official teaser himself for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice on his Twitter’s account. The movie is due in cinemas in March 2016 but if you want a first taste of what to expect … Continue reading


LAS MUERTAS // 13th April 2015

The Los Angeles-based photographer Tim Tadder has unveiled its last work that pays tribute to the traditions of Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The result, “Last Muertas”, is a beautiful series of colorful pictures realized in collaboration with the make-up artist Krisztianna who hand-painted the models and the stylist Julia Reeser. Each … Continue reading


APRIL FOOL’S DAY // 6th April 2015

This year, to celebrate April Fool’s Day, Google has shown us its creativity and has taken us back to the 80’s with a new PAC-MAN feature for Google Maps. The company has given players the ability to play PAC-MAN on any map anywhere in the world at the click of the Pac-Man button resting in … Continue reading



Last week, Hong Kong hosted Art Basel, an international art show. On the occasion, the Chinese multi-media artist Cao Fei, who is known for her video installations and photography, unveiled her project titled “Same Old, Brand New”. The lightshow has been projected on the highly-visible International Commerce Centre building, the city’s tallest structure at a … Continue reading


SOUND WAVE // 23th March 2015

Each new wave of technology washes away what came before… that’s the concept of the Korean artist Jean Shin explores with her sculpture “Sound Wave”. Measuring 5.2 feet high by 12 feet wide by 12 feet deep, Shin, who is know for her usage of common items to construct her installations, has melted 78 rpm … Continue reading

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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


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


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


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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