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Yulia Brodskaya is a Russian artist living in England. This talented designer invites us to discover doing typesetting with paper. Very detailed, his works have made her a popular artist today by many advertisers around the world. More in the future.
Nexus director Johnny Kelly has directed a new film to promote YouTube Play – a collaborative project between YouTube and the Guggenheim Foundation that seeks to showcase the very best creative videos from around the world…
The idea behind YouTube Play is that any non-commercial films posted on YouTube in the last two years can be considered – and new submissions can be posted on YouTube and then submitted to youtube.com/play. A jury of film buffs will decide which works will be presented at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York in a special exhibition in October this year. Simultaneous presentations of the work will also take place at the Guggenheim museums in Berlin, Bilbao and Venice. Submissions close July 31.
YouTube Play Intro video: behind the scenes
I love this smart campaign from UNIQLO. via Vimeo.
A vertical history of Japan
Dentsu and directors Mark Zibert and Gary Thomas bring eons of Japanese culture to life for this Sapporo spot. via Vimeo.
Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has created a limited edition teddy bear version of himself, for German stuffed animal manufacturer Steiff. The Lagerfeld teddy bear wears the designer’s trademark style, sporting black sunglasses, a white shirt and black tie, with jeans and a jacket from the designer’s Paris collection to complete its look.
About Gatsby ミスト君, I have always been curious about the mysterious creatures sitting on Kimura’s lap. What is it? Although ミスト君’s height is 46cm, his age and body weight are the secret. It should be introduced Mandom endorsement by the pet. It’s from a distant land, but not a dog.
The Piss-Screen – a pressure-sensitive inlay set within urinals, enabling users to play while they pee. We installed this newfangled creation in male restrooms across Frankfurt, teaming up with a variety of bars, clubs and cafés. The game itself was displayed on a screen above each urinal, and would automatically start as soon as someone began to pee. The player could then control the car whilst relieving himself – if they wanted the car to go right, they simply peed to the right (and visa versa).
Love to read digital magazine… awesome. Via Vimeo.