Posted on March 28th, 2013 at 17:03 in Random Creativity, Video.
Cambodian Trees is a digital projection work by French artist Clement Briend who traveled to Cambodia to photograph these sculptural representations of deities and spirits from Cambodian culture overlaid on trees in several urban areas. Of the series Briend says:
It’s a beautiful surprise when the projected spirits awaken and reveal themselves at night as though they are made of the towering trees themselves. The photographic light installations echo the spirituality of the few sprouts of nature in the predominantly urban landscapes. It is a visual imagining of the divine figures that inhabit the world, as seen through an environmentally aware spiritual eye.
We’ve just moved into our new office. Things are still shaping up but we’re happy to start settling in. Fancy pictures coming soon.
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All the posters & art work can be found here – but unfortunatly, the Barcelona based clothing brand ‘Santa Monica’ no longer appears to be in business.
Check out the portfolio of designer Mark Brooks.
Welcome to the 2012 Creativity 50–our eighth installment of the year’s 50(+) most influential and groundbreaking creative thinkers and doers, representing a broad spectrum of disciplines. Over the last year, their contributions have shifted the creative landscape in advertising, art, business, technology, pop culture and more, making the world a much more invigorating, entertaining, caring, innovative–and overall, better place.
From Creativity Online
Nike‘s global creative director Andy Walker gives us a tour of the new NikeFuel Station at Boxpark in east London in the first of two interviews that Dezeen filmed for the sports brand.
The store combines digital technology with physical retail, including a wall that changes colour in order to chart the presence of a human body, digital avatars in place of mannequins and augmented-reality display systems to showcase product features.
See more pictures and information about the NikeFuel Station in our story on Dezeen and watch Walker explaining the new FuelBand product in our later movie.
The United States produces 390 billion pounds of garbage every year, and finding places to dispose of it is a serious environmental and economic challenge. But what if we could change the way we think about garbage, from something to be disposed of to something to be harvested? THE LANDFILL profiles a small county landfill in Upstate New York which is using a system of composting, recycling, and methane capture technology to operate sustainably while producing electricity for 5,000 homes in their area. By focusing on the people and ideas behind this innovative waste-to-energy initiative, THE LANDFILL shows the beauty and potential of the stuff we throw away.
Join the conversation and tweet #TheLandfill to have your tweet featured on the Focus Forward website. Go to http://www.focusforwardfilms.com/films/11/the-landfill to see the discussion
Film First Co.
DIRECTED BY – Jessica Edwards, Gary Huswit
PRODUCED BY – David Scott
EDITED BY – Amir Husak
CINEMATOGRAPHY BY- Ben Wolf
MUSIC BY – Do Make Say Think “A Tender History in Rust” Courtesy of Constellation Records/Rough Trade Publishing