Amazing and scary!
I really enjoy this video, a sort of “perspective” game well mixed with the playful song.
Want to win a large art print of one of my collages? Just Post a comment here to participate! Giveaway ends on Sunday 31 of January 2016.
I have been able to have an email exchange with Ceferino López, the man behind Chucherías de Arte Ediciones. This is a Spanish publisher specialized in the creation of affordable mini art books (the costs are around € 8,00-12,00 per book) about selected illustrators, photographers and artists. I was lucky to be selected for the “Fotoselecciones” mini book selection, and this is totally amazing!
The idea is to have a pocket portfolio to bring easily with you, but also to show an artistic project in a cool and elegant way. On the website you can purchase online the books, I recommend you to have a look around, it will worth your time!
Below you can see a video of “The time travelers” mini book about my collages. I hope you enjoy!
Colors in motion!
Not so long ago I posted a similar video, I deeply love these kind o f experiments, especially when they are so well executed. So here we go again with another awesome work about colors.
In this case the project was realized by Thomas Blanchard, where he played with paint, oil, milk, honey and cinnamon to realize this stunning “colors splash” video.
Studio Inty, in collaboration with Studio OpArts and the sound designer Tim Aminov, realized this stunning interactive lights installation for LifeZone exhibition in Moscow. The viewers of this installation were able to interact with it, where a “haunted forest” came to life in a suggestive mixture of lights, shadows and music.
Below more details about this awesome work.
Installation offers the viewer to feel the atmosphere of the mystical forest and meet its inhabitants, by moving the light beam through the panoramic visual surface. The installation was placed in the center of contemporary art M’Ars, within interactive exhibition LifeZone (Moscow, May-June 2015).
To implement the idea of “magic light bulb” we have used IR LEDs in combination with a system of four high-fps cameras. To work with high-resolution (8K), we had to assemble a cluster of 4 computers.
A special area for photographing, where people could take a photo with one of the inhabitants of the forest, was organized next to the installation. Within two months over thousand photos have been shared.