“Comme des Organismes”, Spring 14 collection by Comme des Garçons reimagined as autonomous lifeforms
[WATCH&LISTEN] Zeitguised gives us its own interpretation of Comme des Garçons' Spring Summer 2014 collection. The runway clothes created by the Japanese brand no longer exist but are instead replaces by autonomous forms of life.
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[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Duzan Cezek first created Pixelwood, a series of animated GIFs featuring characters from his favorites movies. The Life Aquatic, Fight Club, The Big Lebowski make for as many cute scenes where humor always prevails.
New app by Radiohead and Universal Everything invites you to a dreamy journey into your subconscious
[WEIRD APP] Based from the album "The King of Limbs", PolyFauna uses the sounds and imagery of the track Bloom. You can immerse in this abstract world and explore its different corners by tilting and turning your device. Numerous digital creatures are floating around and you can even create your own by drawing on the screen.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Andrew Benson with video feedbacks, Adam Ferriss set out to make his own experiments. Built with openFrameworks, the videos start with a single image or webcam stream to which he applies filters and such
[CONCEPT] The pavilion built for the Sochi Winter Olympics by Russian telecom operator Megafon is one of a kind. Its facade acts as a gigantic pin screen which displays three-dimensional portraits of the visitors of the Olympic Park.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] The paths of birds flying in the sky are made visible by Dennis Hlynsky. He edits his videos with After Effects so that the trail left by each bird appears in the sky for a short moment. Dennis has been capturing these videos for two years now but each one reveals different patterns.
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[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This panorama of Seattle was made by stitching together 2368 twenty-two-megapixel images using Microsoft's software Image Composite Editor. The 20-gigapixel image is actually more than a technical feat. Michael Cohen and Matt Uyttendaele turned the project into a gigantic Where's Waldo.
Code is all you need: Learn this exciting language at Le Wagon, France’s first Dev Bootcamp program
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] These "paintings in motion" are based on real photographs which were modified using video editing and compositing tools. If they retain a somewhat human form, they also gain a more abstract and grotesque aspect.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Mark Rothko's color fields are one-of-a-kind masterpieces every museum wants to get its hands on. The abstract expressionist art works are now available to everybody thanks to Derek Brahney. He took it upon himself to digitally recreate the famous paintings using only an iPhone painting app