Catch a glimpse of augmented reality meets fashion for a taste of the future…
American artist, Michael Murphy is doing some hard hitting work that resonates.
See the evolving genius of futurist Iris van Herpen and her poetic, futurist designs – The collection is entitled, “Seijaku” or finding calm amidst chaos.
Artists fuse sculpture and painting to transform the artform into new boundaries with surreal effects. Hyperrealistic Sculptures Blur the Line Between Clay and Flesh | The Creators Project http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/hyperrealistic-body-sculptures
Nobumichi Asai is known for his CGI work in various industries like cars and architecture but lends his hand here to the human face: OMOTE / REAL-TIME FACE TRACKING & PROJECTION MAPPING. from something wonderful on Vimeo. NOBUMICHI ASAI (PLANNER / PRODUCER / TECHNICAL PRODUCER – P.I.C.S.) HIROTO KUWAHARA (ART DIRECTOR & MAKEUP) PAUL LACROIXContinue reading “Digital Makeup Projection Mapping: Nobumichi Asai”
Working in a particularly unusual void between sculpture and millinery, Maiko Takeda explores new volumes and innovative, spontaneous spins on everyday inspirations. With a BA honours in jewellry from St. Martins and a masters in millinery from the Royal College of Art, she has also worked with the phenomenal Stephen Jones, Phillip Treacy, Erickson BeamonContinue reading “Logic + Geometry + Space = Maiko Takeda”
Great stilllife film for Hermes…
Business innovator, designer and visionary shares his 1 minute of very wise advice.
Amidst tensions with PPQ, the CEO and others, Nicolas Ghesquière has parted ways with BALENCIAGA after 15 (yes, 15) years. I wish him the very best and am sure we will see a new chapter soon enough.
Fall makes a splash, literally, at Lanvin this coming season with the striking window displays at the Paris flagship this past July. It reminds me somewhat of seventies style: Racy Halston windows crossed with Antonio Lopez illustration.
The mother of all forecasting discusses her latest insights which reveal some very interesting ideas such as: *Everyday Spirituality: Not in a Buddhist mode, but to something that celebrates life on a small, day to day level. *The loss of individual behavior: Collaborative efforts and groupings. Terrace style organization. *The young father: The nurturer whichContinue reading “Mama Li: Lidewij Edelkoort Unplugged”
Wise Ideas. 29 WAYS TO STAY CREATIVE from TO-FU on Vimeo.