Transfiguration (2020) is a reworking of the Universal Everything studio classic from 2011, The Transfiguration. The Transfiguration was first shown at the studio's first major solo exhibition Super-Computer Romantics at La Gaite Lyrique, Paris. Now completely remade using the latest procedural visual effects software, the updated artwork brings new life to the ever-evolving walking figure, with a new foley-based soundtrack by Simon Pyke.
“I became a spectator—an observer of the scene, rather than part of it.”
This book is best suited for anyone from the horological novice to the horological nut who wants to know everything about watches and their relevance in today's world.
"For the most part, people give the outward appearance of order and civility but underneath that exterior, there’s usually something far more interesting happening."
CutUp is a series of technical objects, that are sliced, rearranged and distorted into a new form. The objects are encapsulated in resin, captured in their current state forever.
Drawing was Shira Barzilay's first love. Fashion, was her second.
“I love this car. It’s more successful than the artwork.”
Benedict Redgrove spent the past seven years on this project with two more before it finishes in the a timely way with the launch of SLS and Orion.
Two brothers from UK, specialize in photographing bizarre, aerial images of planet earth.
After several years of planning and construction, Poster House opens its doors in June 2019.
To celebrate 10 year anniversary of the V10 engine in the Audi R8, Audi commissioned artist Fabian Oefner to build slowest piece of art.
Architectural photographer and Professional Member of the Professional Association of Freelance Photographers and Film Creators.
A collection of drawings by an Austrian artist.
Children's book by JonArno Lawson, illustrated by Nahid Kazemi.
Frank Moth creates nostalgic postcards from a distant but at the same time familiar future.
50,000 photos stitched together for an 81 megapixel image photo of the moon.
Although inflatable objects have been around for more than 200 years, architects, artists, and designers keep rediscovering this deceptively simple – often playful, and occasionally bizarre – technology.
"here is an preview of a few of the animals to be found on the chapters on Medieval Beasts and the one on Monsters of the End of the World."
Peter Li is an award winning photographer based in London.
British photographer's exploration into unknown territory.
A collection of this year's most stunning photos.
Head is predominantly concerned with the challenge of being a painter in the modern world.
French artist's solo exhibition at Dorothy Circus Gallery in London.
National Georgaphic's favorite submissions to the photo contest.
Tokyo based photographer whose specialities are Running cultural photos, Architectural, Portrait and Fashion photos.
Bastard Countryside collects together 15 years worth of exploration within the British landscape, dwelling on what Victor Hugo called the ‘bastard countryside’: “somewhat ugly but bizarre, made up of two different natures”.
This personal project by Steeven Salvat is inspired by old biological studies. It's done with 0.13mm Rotring on homemade ancient paper colored with tea.
An ongoing series by photographer Henri Prestes.
New experimental video by a Russian motion designer.
The kaleidoscopic compositions are by turns whimsical and melancholic, tinged with both nostalgia and a sense of the macabre.
Suzanne Jongmans uses recycled packaging materials to create elaborate renaissance costumes.
Landau invites us to embark on a journey facilitated by the unique feature of one natural resource, salt.
Hong Kong-based artist's latest series.
Australian photographer's aerial photography series.
‘The Artist is Present’ exhibition is on view until 16 December at Yuz Museum in Shanghai.
Collection of abstract sculptures inside the interiors of Palais d’Iéna in Paris.
British artist, Hugh Turvey, has x-rayed some of the popular sneakers for his new photography series.
Le Corbusier’s paintings showcased for the first time since 1966.
Reuben Wu is a visual artist and music producer.
Peter Barber is sketching a city every day and sharing the results on the Instagram account One Year 365 Cities.