#GoodToKnow: March 2014 ft. @GiulioIacchetti @PeterLippmann @NOWNESS @UGLYMACBEER @fallonlondon

Here are some creative projects that inspire me in March 2014. You can see other projects on my Pinterest or on my #GoodToKnow.

Good to Know-March 2014

 

+++ ART

Ghostcube, 2014
Erik Åberg

The Ghostcube” is a fascinating locking system from wooden cubes that can be twisted, turned and folded to create shapes more complex reminiscent of origami. A unique creation, both complex and original, it is also an aesthetic work that will delight all lovers of origami and headache.

 

+++ ARCHITECTURE

Shirokane House – Tokyo, Japan 2014
Kiyotoshi Mori, Natsuko Kawamura

Shirokane House - Tokyo, Japan 2014 Kiyotoshi Mori, Natsuko Kawamura

Kiyotoshi Mori and Natsuko Kawamura of Tokyo-based MDS wanted Shirokane House to make the most of its small site, so they designed a three-storey volume that angles outwards and upwards to create extra space and bring in more light. via dezeen.com

 

+++ DESIGN

Bard, 2014 
Giulio Iacchetti

Bard, 2014 Giulio Iacchetti

Conceived as a tribute to the city of Milan, the ‘Bard’ by italian designer Giulio Iacchetti is a small, upholstered piece of furniture produced by Manie Design. The object’s dome shape and texture are based on enzo mari’s iconic concrete bollards, which were originally installed to stop people from driving onto the footpath – still prevalent throughout the streets today, their round form looks like a ‘panettone’, a traditional holiday cake. Designed for internoitaliano, the ‘Bard’ ironically applies the notion of comfort in an illusory way by transforming a notoriously hard and uncomfortable piece of streetscape furniture into a soft and inviting item. via designboom.com

 

+++ FASHION

The Art of Shoes – Christian Louboutins Spring 2014
Photographer : Peter Lippmann

The Art of Shoes - Christian Louboutins Spring 2014 Peter Lippmann

Delivering a Baroque inspired spring-summer 2014 campaign, shoemaker Christian Louboutin creates new advertisements inspired by the work of Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens. Photographer Peter Lippmann captures the images which juxtaposed the brand’s dazzling shoes and accessories with floral scenery. This is not the first time the American creative and Louboutin have collaborated together, the fall 2011 lookbook also featured images inspired by famous paintings. via fashiongonerogue.com

 

+++ FASHION FILM

Mine All Mine – NOWNESS Spring 2014
Director : Luke WhiteRemi Weekes

Photographie Director : Ben Fordesman
Art Director : Anne Bourgeois-Vignon
Music : Matt Abeysekera
Stylist : Agata Belcen
Makeup : Nami Yoshida
Hair : Johnnie Biles
Model : Amber Doyle, Travis Knight, Airen KoopmansSonoya MizunoLouis McMiller

A troupe of contemporary dancers from London’s Sadler’s Wells Theater engage in an elegant game of chase in Mine, a film by director duo Tell No One AKA Luke White and Remi Weekes. The filmmakers have created an interactive, motion-touch short where half a dozen underwear-clad performers are styled in shoppable pieces from labels including Louis VuittonKenzoLa Perla,Maison Martin Margiela and Bottega Veneta.

 

+++ MUSIC VIDEO

Ugly Mac Beer – Invasion (Judgment Day Remix)
Hugo Ramirez, Olivier Patté

A meteorite crashes down to Earth. It brings with it a bright mysterious infection for every human being. Becoming beasts, they kill. Riots rage. White covers all. What will happen to our planet?
This animated video by Moustache Studio, using for the occasion to made ​​3000 original handmade watercolor images mounted on a music composed by Ugly Mac Beer. A video that honors love pops colors but also lovers of horror films.

+++ ADVERTISING 

Cadbury: The Office
Director: Blue Source
Creative directors: Elliot Harris, Cameron Mitchell

Client: Mondelez International
Agency: Fallon London
Production: MJZ
Country: United Kingdom
Fallon London has released new TV work for Cadbury. The spot features the catchy “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie” by ’70s disco band Baccara.

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