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think like a publisher

  Think like a publisher theLAB-berlin is a cross-disciplinary, creative platform and artist collective, focusing on creative, digital solutions and storytelling for clients in the fashion, music, luxury and new media space. I’m super excited to let You all know … Continue reading

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 blitzkids Nomi #Blitzkids in an interview about scents, horses and the power of memories #photographyClick To TweetPowered By CoSchedule on Scentury.com – Perfume stories. Scentury – Perfume Stories is a great project by my friend Helder Suffenplan. Scentury  is a … Continue reading

Tokujin Yoshioka Crystallized © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Tokujin Yoshioka Crystallized

  Tokujin Yoshioka – Crystallized Developed via chemical synthesis, Tokujin Yoshioka‘s signature crystals are formed through methodical cultivation on the surfaces of select materials. In one of the stunning image above a rose have been “frozen” under an ever growing … Continue reading

Banksy vs. Damien Hirst © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Banksy vs. Damien Hirst

Banksy vs. Damien Hirst Two art-business disruptors Banksy and Damien Hirst are probably considered the polar opposites, which in my opinion is a bit sloppy thinking, since both of them are master marketers – albeit with different viewpoints. This fact … Continue reading

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Kinetic Light Sculpture | Benjamin Muzzin

Kinetic Light Sculpture Full Turn ECAL/Benjamin Muzzin from ECAL on Vimeo. A really nice example of a fusion of digital-virtual and physical-tactile expressions. Even though I’m very fond of the screen as medium it very often lacks the sensuality of … Continue reading

Petro Wodkins © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Petro Wodkins – “Paint it White”

Petro Wodkins versus Petrov-Vodkin – Russian Contemporary Art Petro Wodkins is a russian artist & musician, exploring modern, contemporary art. He was (re)born early spring 2013. The goal of Petro is to find the core of art, away from the market, … Continue reading

A 3D rendering of author Salman Rushdi sleeping © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Mounir Fatmi: Sleep (Al Naim)

Tilda Swinton sleeping at MoMA Salman Rushdie sleeps in 3D Mounir Fatmi: Sleep (Al Naim) on Nowness.com Salman Rushdie sleeps in 3D – A brilliant 3D piece by Mounir Fatmi depicting Salman Rushdi sleeping for 6 hours echoing Andy Warhol’s … Continue reading

Fashion designer Michael Sontag creates paper fashion © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Designer Michael Sontag & Hahnemühle Fine Art

Hahnemuhle Paper Fashion Fashion designer Michael Sontag doesn’t sketch, draw or otherwise put his ideas down on paper before getting to work on his designs. Instead he intuitively and very much hands-on starts draping the fabric directly on his model … Continue reading

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From Street to pixels

BLU is an anonymous, italian grafitti/street artist who has married stop-motion technique with large scale painting with stupendous result. I came across his work via the always amazing The Creators Project in their installment on how some grafitti and streetartists … Continue reading

Lee Gold by photographer Per Zennstrom © 2012 . All rights reserved.

Architecht Michael Hansmeyer builds un-imaginable shapes…

…an intriguing TED talk by architect & programmer Michael Hansmeyer on his work using computed algorithms to free himself from history, knowledge and previous ideas, to build extraordinary shapes. In short Mr. Hansmeyer proposes that we should design the process instead … Continue reading

An images showing DMesh and Screenflow in action © 2012 . All rights reserved.

DMesh and ScreenFlow

… here is a sneek-peak into an upcoming digital project that I’m preparing for this fall. I’m using a whole plethora of tools such as Screenflow, DMesh, Adobe Premiere, Lightrrom and Photoshop and the list is likely to get longer … Continue reading