My top 3 inspired Ads in 2012

Here are 3 Ads that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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Rainforest Alliance: Follow the Frog

What you’re not going to do to save the rainforest is explained in this web fllm for the Forest Alliance

Category: Food
Client: Rainforest Alliance
Agency: Direct to client
Production: Wander
Country: United States of America

Credits
Director: Max Joseph
Copywriter: Max Joseph
Producer: Aaron Weber
Editor: Max Joseph
Actor: Tim Rock
Music: Jeff Conrad

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My top 3 inspired Music Videos in 2012

Here are 3 Music Videos that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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Kanye West  – [MERCY] ft. Big Sean, Pusha T, and 2 Chainz

Director: NABIL
Label: Island/Def Jam – G.O.O.D Music
Production: DONDA/ Good Company
Producer: Jonathian Lia
Edit: Eric Greenburg
DP: Josh Reis
Post: Omega Darling

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My top 3 inspired Motion Projects in 2012

Here are 3 Motion Projects that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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Good Books “Metamorphosis”
Director: Buck
Music & Sound Design: Antfood
Client: Good Books
Agency: String Theory

We dug through the darkest recesses of our minds and studio to create original music and sound design for this Buck masterpiece. Working with squirming, analog-tape leeches, moaning coeds, screaming guitar goats, and brain-exploding psychedelia, we were certainly in our element. Plus, it’s always fun to rock out and get a little weird for a good cause!

Good Books, an online bookseller, passes all of its profits through to Oxfam. Our hats go off to Buck and String Theory.

Enjoy the trip!

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My top 3 inspired Fashion Portfolios in 2012

Here are 3 Fashion Portfolios that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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Olympians – Interview Magazine June 2012
Photography : Mikael Jansson
Stylist : Karl Templer
Models :  Constance JablonskiSuvi KoponenMatt TerryMyles CrosbyNicklas Kingo

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Dive into the season’s obsession with the sporting life. Borrowing from gymnastics, simple, graphic lines, and elasticized bands that stretch against taut, toned, rock-hard physiques herald a summer of heroic athleticism. It’s the ultimate in body-con. Hold your breath. Continue reading “My top 3 inspired Fashion Portfolios in 2012”

My top 3 inspired Design Projects in 2012

Here are 3 Design Projects that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli, 2012
Jinhyun Jeon

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Cutlery design focuses on getting food in bite-sized morsels from the plate to the mouth, but it could do so much more. The project aims to reveal just how much more, stretching the limits of what tableware can do. Focusing on ways of making eating a much richer experience, a series of dozens of different designs has been created, inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia. This is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses. Continue reading “My top 3 inspired Design Projects in 2012”

Art vs Fashion : Roots Of Life

Caleb Charland Emilio Tini

Apple Trees and LEDs, 2011
Caleb Charland www.calebcharland…

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Le cose di ogni giorno raccontano segreti a chi le sa guardare – The Room S/S 2012
Emilio Tini www.emiliotini.net
via theroom.hu

For : #Material

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My top 3 inspired Architecture Projects in 2012

Here are 3 Architecture projects that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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AUDITORIUM, 2012
Paul Cocksedge

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Commissioned for the 100% Design Show during the London Design Festival 2012, Paul Cocksedge’s ‘Auditorium’ moves away from conventional methods of creating a confined space: blocks, solid planes, edges. Instead, a virtually invisible material is brought on-site to be delicately woven by hand into a system as complex and transparent as a spider’s web. The process only ends when the space has been properly defined within what has now become a partition, but not a wall.

Open, but confined; translucent and yet solid, the ‘Auditorium’ network plays with our notions of exterior and interior space, where they begin and where they end.

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My top 3 inspired Art Projects in 2012

Here are 3 art projects that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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AXIOM & SIMULATION, 2012
Mark Dorf

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AXIOM & SIMULATION examines the ways in which humans quantify and explore our natural surroundings by through the use of artistic, scientific, and digital realism. As a developed global culture, we are constantly transforming physical space and objects into abstract non-physical thought to gain a greater understanding of composition and the inner workings of our surroundings. These transformations often take the form of mathematical or scientific interpretation. As a result of these changes, we can misinterpret or even lose all reference to the source: when the calculated representation is compared to its real counterpart, an arbitrary and disconnected relationship is created in which there is very little or no physical or visual connection resulting in questions of definition. Take for example a three-dimensional rendering of a mountainside. While observing the rendering, it holds a similar form to what we see in nature but has no physical connection to reality– it is merely a file on a computer that has no mass and only holds likeness to a memory. When translating the rendering into binary code, we see just 1’s and 0’s – a file creating the representation from a language composed of only two elements that have no grounding in the natural world. After all of these transformations, a new reality is created – one without an original referent, a copy with no absolute source. When observing these simulations and interpretations of our landscape within a single context or picture plane, ideas of accuracy, futility, and original experience arise. Continue reading “My top 3 inspired Art Projects in 2012”

Architecture vs Fashion : Quilted Jacket

Alex Mustonen Daniel Arsham Kevin Sinclairs

Drift, 2012
Alex Mustonen & Daniel Arsham www.snarkitecture…
via miami2012.designm…

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Kristy Kaurova – Slope Chic – Madame Germany December 2012
Kevin Sinclairs www.kevinsinclair…
via madame.de

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#ArtMTL : David Lynch: Meditation, Creativity, Peace au @PHicentre

Le Centre PHI diffusera un documentaire fascinant retrace la tournée entreprise par David Lynch dans 16 pays d’Europe, du Moyen-Orient et de l’Amérique latine pour parler de la méditation et de son impact sur l’individu et sur le monde.

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« Ceci est un beigne. C’est très sucré et c’est très bon. Mais si vous n’avez jamais mangé de beigne, vous ne pouvez pas vraiment savoir à quel point c’est sucré et bon… La méditation transcendantale c’est la même chose. La Méditation Transcendantale, c’est une expérience bien plus douce encore que la suavité de ce beigne. Elle permet de faire l’expérience du plus doux nectar de la vie, de prendre conscience de la pure félicité. »

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