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Swedish Art Director Creates Epic Homemade Ad To Sell His Junky Car

Swedish Art Director Creates Epic Homemade Ad To Sell His Junky Car

Art directors are a different species. They have panache. They can make the most mundane of things look desirable. So when Malmo-based Christoffer Castor decided to sell his 1993 Volvo, he didn’t opt for the conventional classifieds (heaven forbid – that would be too copywriter-ish). He wanted something different, something portfolio-worthy. Which is why he...
Klaus Leidorf - Aerial Photography

Klaus Leidorf – Aerial Photography

Klaus Leidorf: A german aerial archaeologist that likes to observe the human artifacts from a bird’s eye view. Impressive scenary taken from the top of the world, Klaus has made some really astonishing photography. Klaus Leidorf Photoset
Pawel Kuczynski

Pawel Kuczynski

The illustrator Polish Pawel Kuczynski uses the good old irony to portray the reality of current fields social, political and cultural. At first glance, his illustrations may seem funny, but when you allow yourself to take a second look more closely , they really show serious problems in the world today.
Hövding – Airbag for cyclists

Hövding – Airbag for cyclists

Hövding is a revolutionary bicycle helmet, a new innovation designed for the modern cyclist. Not only one of the safest helmets on the market, but also a discrete chameleon that easily becomes part of your outfit using the changeable shell. Unlike other cycle helmets, Hövding is worn as a collar around your neck. The collar...
Minsu Kim - Living Food

Minsu Kim – Living Food

This project explores new culinary experiences through developments in synthetic biology, and finds its lineage in haute cuisine and molecular gastronomy. He designs future dining experience where food behaves like a living creature entertaining us through an empathetic connection – what if food became alive like a fictional character? What if food was able to...
Jeff Uitto - Driftwood

Jeff Uitto – Driftwood

Artist Jeff Uitto creates intricate sculptures from driftwood he finds along the coast of Washington. More about Jeff Uitto here.
William Lamson - Automatic

William Lamson – Automatic

Automatic is a video and drawing project in which I used the forces of the wind and ocean to power three rudimentary drawing machines. The three contraptions employ a windmill, a kite and plastic bottles to form deistic systems that, once in motion, continue to operate without my involvement. In addition to each series of...
Tim Tadder - Water Wigs

Tim Tadder – Water Wigs

Tim was born in Baltimore, schooled in Virginia (BS Mathematics, he’s a geek) and Ohio (MA in Visual Communications, also an artist). Tim worked for newspapers in Baltimore, Colorado, and San Diego as a photojournalist, before turning his sights on commercial and editorial photography in 2005. Since then he has been commissioned to make heroic...
Jill Greenberg - End Times

Jill Greenberg – End Times

Greenberg’s End Times, a series of photographs featuring toddlers, was the subject of controversy in 2006. The work featured stylized hyper real closeups of children’s faces contorted by various emotional distresses. The pieces were titled to reflect Greenberg’s frustration with both the Bush administration and Christian Fundamentalism in the United States. The method for getting...
Florentijn Hofman - Giant Rubber Duck

Florentijn Hofman – Giant Rubber Duck

The Rubber Duck knows no frontiers, it doesn’t discriminate people and doesn’t have a political connotation. The friendly, floating Rubber Duck has healing properties: it can relieve mondial tensions as well as define them. The rubber duck is soft, friendly and suitable for all ages!
Levi Bunyan - Lego Letterpress

Levi Bunyan – Lego Letterpress

During experimenting with different forms of printing, initially letterpress and wood block, Levi Bunyan began to experiment by introducing new elements into his printing process, and the Lego letterpress was born. More about Levi Bunyan (Aekido)
Martijn Sandberg

Martijn Sandberg

The work of Amsterdam based visual artist Martijn Sandberg (1967) constantly explores border areas, such as the tension between text and image, legibility and illegibility, the private and the public domain. “I make Image Messages, image is message is image.” The image hides the message. In the cut paintings ‘Sorry No Image Yet’ and ‘Too...