BBDO Brazil and director Cisma created this clever stop motion video that tells the story of life “from love to bingo” for client Getty Images. Patient research work involving more than 5 thousand photographs from the Getty Images library of 38 million images resulted in this 1 minute film. Six months were spent in the process and creation of this clever video.
Artist, dancer, and choreographer William Forsythe has traveled with his audio/visual installation Scattered Crowd, created with thousands of suspended balloons in galleries, museums, banks and other architecturally significant spaces. Forsythe refers to the work as being “an air-borne landscape of relationship, of distance, of humans and emptiness, of coalescence and decision”. His next installation will next appear at Bockenheimer Depot in Frankfurt, Germany in 2013.
South Korean artist Do Ho Suh has created an astonishing series of large-scale fabric models of homes he has lived in. The models are on display at his solo exhibition, “Home Within Home,” which runs through June 3 at the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul. These fabric models are simply amazing and awe-inspiring.
Check out Travis Pitts’ spot-on analysis/rant of modern movie poster design. View more of his work in his Flickr photostream.
During Milan Design Week next month (April 11-17, 2011), Disney will partner with Corian to recreate the glassy, futuristic set from Disney’s Tron Legacy that captured better reviews from design writers—who were naturally enchanted with production team’s use of midcentury furniture—than the movie itself did from critics. Check out renderings here.
- Welcome to the creepily awesome Tron home (news.cnet.com)