Advertising Agency: Y&R Dubai, UAE
Director: Dimitri Daniloff
Executive Creative Director: kalpesh patankar
Agency Executive Producer: Amin Soltani
Agency Producer: Jolianne Ray
Photographer: Dimitri Daniloff
Designers for the paper silhouette: Le Creative Sweatshop
Published: April 2012
“Just like us” popculture icon illustration series by Mike Mitchell.
More “Just like us” popculture icon illustrations here.
Ash Bolland’s one of those incredibly creative guys who sees the world just a little bit differently than the rest of us, we bet. How else could he create such otherworldly yet believable universes in his commercials, bumpers, short films and videos.
We enjoy his vids a lot, that you can totally check out on Ash Bolland’s website. We also really dig the stills that come from the videos. Kind of art in themselves…which we think says a lot about the artist, his eye, his vision and his body of work.
Since his website doesn’t give a lot of info, check out a bio of him on the website Curious Film.
If you’ve ever used a Dyson vacuum, you know they transmit a strong sensation of product power as soon as you flip them on. (And if you haven’t ever used one, stay tuned, we’ve got some reviews coming up.) The sensation of torque you get from a Dyson is similar to what you feel when wielding a good power tool—a lot of juice in a relatively compact package. Could that power generation be applied to transportation?
As an exercise in fun, Dyson’s 650 UK-based engineers were asked to create the fastest model cars they could using old Dyson motors and spare parts. Here’s what they came up with (and props to the guy who actually rode his design):
www is a new series by Viktormatic that comments on the digital communication, networking and web that have become so precious in out society. An interpretation of the shelf archetype, sets of movable strings become the shelving.
Viktormatic explains this as being “Between form and function, between space and dimension, between a not-yet and a not-anymore it creates concrete opportunities and specific associations. Through its parts it is not only a modular system, but also a type of installation in an ever changing space.”
You can see www on display in Milan at Ventura Lambrate.
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Rather than an actual speaker system, this 12 inch reshaped record created by British product designer Paul Cocksedge actually amplifies the sound put out by your iPhone. Check out more photos of the Change The Record iPhone Speaker here!
Check out more photos of the Change The Record iPhone Speaker here!
Artist and designer Jeroen Verhoeven has created a polished steel desk using the profiles of two of his studio colleagues and computer aided design/manufacturing.
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The Chinese designer Zhang Zhoujie presented at the show in London, a final version of the complex project TRIANGULATION SERIES , with the new table and a low stool in addition to the chair.
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