‘Rocks and Light’ is a 3D project by Anders Brasch-Willumsen inspired from his fascination with the Japanese art movement Mono-ha, combined with an interest in the Light and Space as well as Minimalism movements.
Auto Nom offers an upbeat alternative on unexpected consequences of autonomous mobility. It is the latest work by German creative agency f°am Studio, and part of a series of character animation narratives based on the personality of Autonomous Rolf (watch Full Interview).
Skilled in graphic design and 3D, Pakistan-based digital artist Omar Aqil has randomly chosen a selection of paintings from Pablo Picasso, one of the pioneers of cubism and emblematic of surrealism art.
Google bombs? McDonalds missile? German design studio Foreal created this series entitled Corporate Warfare which represents the power and impact of known international brands.
Elise is an artist engaged with the shape and form of objects in space. Her sculptures are a giddying mix of surface, mass and volume, situated precariously on the verge of physical impossibility.
Blossoming digital sculptures by Jean-Michel Bihorel combine artist’s fascination with flowers and the female form. He designs figures made of cracked marble, where the gaps are filled with dried hydrangea flowers and leaves.
Turkish photographer Aydin Büyüktas uses a drone and 3D software to build those astounding cityscapes.