Good To Know : May 2013

Here are some creative projects that inspire me in May 2013. You can see other projects on my Pinterest or on my Good To Know Series.

Kazuhiro Yamanaka Jun Vera Marcin Kempski

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Amazing Water & Sound Experiment #2, 2013
Brusspup


The effect that you are seeing can’t be seen with the naked eye. The effect only works through the camera. However, there is a version of the project you can do where the effect would be visible with the naked eye. For that project, you’d have to use a strobe light.

+++ ARCHITECTURE

Yufutoku Restaurant – Tokyo, Japan, 2013 
Jun Vera

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Located in central Tokyo, right around the corner from the major thoroughfare Meguro Street, is a ‘soba’ noodle shop, the owner’s residence situated above. The building has Machiya-style wooden louvers, invoking a traditional Japanese townhouse, but the depth of each louver is varied sequentially across the face. Regionally different patterns of light spill through the façade from the interior, allowing a gradual change of character at dawn, especially as viewed from the main street. via contemporist.com

+++ DESIGN

Paper LED Torch Light, 2013
Kazuhiro Yamanaka

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Made exclusively using a cut-out piece of paper and a battery operated LED, the minimal torch light by japanese designer kazuhiro yamanaka rolls up to create an ample illumination source. When a user gyrates the sheet into a cylindrical form, the slit contained within the parchment extrudes inwards, automatically powering the LED attachment via two thin hidden switches. as soon as the volume becomes flat again, the light shuts off. via designboom.com

+++ FASHION

Magda JasekBohoboco SS 2013 
Marcin Kempski

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Hair & Makeup: Aneta Kostrzewa |I Like Photo|
Styling: Bohoboco
Photo Assistant: Grzegorz Skoneczny |I Like Photo|
Production & Post-production: I Like Photo Group. via designscene.net

+++ MOTION

Shave it, 2013
Jorge Tereso, Fernando Maldonado

In the wilderness of the forests where giant bulldozers are tearing apart the woods there is a monkey that accidentally finds a shaving machine and decides to use it. Spontaneously disguised as a human being, he moves out to the city and starts a career. After a stunning success in business, he understands the need of gaining political power. Not too long after, he becomes the president. Now he is ready to make a change.
the behind the scenes video:
vimeo.com/63561914
Art Director: Marina Muñoz
Executive Producers: Federico Heller, German Heller, Jorge Tereso
3D Art: Martin Berisso, Juan Pablo Lanzo, Marco Lococo, Santiago Tereso, Federico Carlini
Animation Director: Fernando Maldonado
Graphic Design and 2D Animation: Julian Dorado
Animators: Marco Lococo, Paula Ramos, Jorge Tereso
Production Assistants: Regina Porchietti, Natalia Toriano
Post-Production: Lucas Salvietti
Lighting and Rendering: Jorge Tereso, Federico Carlini, Santiago Tereso
Music and SFX Producer: German Heller
Music Composer: Cyrille Marchesseau
Sound Design: Julien Begault
Rig: Vincent de Souza, Martin Berisso

+++ MUSIC VIDEO

The Vein – Magma, 2013
Dvein

Post-production & VFX: Dvein
ZBrush Artist: Luis Gómez Guzmán
Live Action Crew
D.O.P.: Alejandro Oset
Production assistant: Anna Carretero
Camera operator: Toni Rodríguez
Grip: David Felices
Make-up Artist: Salònica Rodríguez
Actors: Ramón Pin, Antonio Izquierdo
Sound mixing & mastering: Gerardo Vicente Martínez
Microphone recording: Alex Félez (Heptagon)

+++ ADVERTISING

Robinsons: Pals
Director: Si & Ad
Creative Director: Justin Moore, Hamish Pinnell

The emotive 60 second film celebrates the simple brilliance of energetic family play. It captures the relationship between two boys and follows them as they enjoy kicking a football around the park, throwing stones into a river and having ‘sword’ fights with twigs. via bestadsontv.com

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