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

EXBIOTA // August 11th 2014


Japanese artist Azuma Makoto collaborated with JP Aerospace to send into the stratosphere a 50 years old Bonzai as well as a sculptural floral bouquet composed from several dozen types of flowers from around the globe. The plant and flowers were sent from the black rock desert in Nevada using an helium balloon and a … Continue reading

GRAVITY // 17th March 2014


In order to celebrate the success of the movie Gravity, the NASA has released incredible pictures of space and astronauts’ daily life at 418 km away from Earth.

SHINNING SEA // 26th August 2013


The movie by Japanese artist Niiyama, specialized in creating independent movies using computer graphics, depicts saltation and growth of life in the sea using jewelry as the motif for illustrating the theme “Jewels of Sea”. It creates mystifying and attractive scenery by the ores resembling creatures of sea and its transforming refraction and reflection of … Continue reading

BODY, THE NEW MEASURE // 13th May 2011


Back in 1999, Willi Dorner founded in Vienna (Austria) Cie. Willi Dorner, a company connecting the body with sciences, architecture and design. Bodies in urban spaces is a temporarily intervention taking place in diversified urban architectonical environment and where the dancers use their own body to point out the urban functional structure, the restrictions implied … Continue reading

OUT OF SPACE// March 10th 2011


“I only ever wanted to marry the girl next door”, handpulled screenprint on smooth white archival paper, 19″ x 24″, edition of 50 Working for clients such as Vodafone, Coca Cola, Playstation, Business Week, or Pearsons Publishing to name a few, Sydney-based illustrator and artist Kate Banazi introduces herself in a few words: “I do … Continue reading