Collaborative Family Artwork

Posted on | November 28, 2013

Just learnt about a Dad of two children who has to spend a few hours on a plane to commute to work each month. He passes this time by coloring the drawings that his children give him when he leaves the house. They already look forward to seeing the results when he returns home. After 2 days of uploading the collaborative work (Nov 26), over 216,000 people have seen the online album.

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Artwork by Tatsputin on reddit – http://imgur.com/a/WD4uy

 

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David LaChapelle shoots campaign for Swedish Sock Manufacturer

Posted on | November 7, 2013

A joyfully colorful campaign was recently shot by one of my favorite photographers. David LaChapelle was invited by Swedish Sock Manufacturer Happy Socks to create the following campaign – and displayed in one of the dozens of pop-up stores currently opening worldwide:

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For more campaign visuals, go to: http://www.davidlachapelle.com/series/happy/

 

 

 

 

Christo in Germany

Posted on | November 3, 2013

Christo and his late life-partner Jeanne-Claude are the artists of fantastical large-scale installations. The pair draped a 400-meter curtain across a valley in the Rocky Mountains, surrounded 11 Miami islands in bright pink tutus, and dotted Central Park with over 7,500 shimmering orange gates. With “Big Air Package”, a massive inflated air balloon, Christo is once again pushing limits of space and environment. It is Christo’s first project since Jeanne-Claude passed away in 2009.

Christo’s website claims that the installation is the “largest ever inflated envelope without a skeleton” at 90 meters high and 50 meters in diameter. The structure stands inside a former …

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Homage to contemporary forms of cinema

Posted on | November 2, 2013

Passionate film lovers are invited to leave the indoor sphere of megaplex cinemas these days and enjoy their movie experience with others in quite unusual settings. This summer, for example, Londoners could combine watching a movie with taking a hot bath in the so-called ‘Hot Tub Cinemas‘. Normally people sit in rows watching a movie, all looking in the same direction without any invitation to interrelate with each other. The Hot Tub setting is intimate, social and stimulates conversation.

 

How about some fitness training while watching a film?

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