Something was pouring from his mouth. He examined his sleeve. Blood!? Blood. Crimson copper-smelling blood, his blood. Blood. Blood. Blood...And bits of sick.
Today is Friday. Friday. Friday the 27th and yet another "Top 10" is knocking on your door.
Go ahead, read it, feel it and enjoy it.
Until next week, be safe.
Friday, August 27, 2010
See more work by William HERE
Gregoire Alexandre has built an impressive portfolio, ranging from advertising to high end editorial, he creates some amazing sets and props, which helps him capture some beautiful images!
See more work by Grégoire at Carole Lambert
QBRK is part of the TPL Crew and has taken his work from both the street to the gallery and back again. He has a colorful and artistic style and it makes for an interesting display in the carefully selected places he chooses to paint.
Documentation of the demo setup of "RACER" -
an interactive video game installation
featuring a racing arcade, rc cars, and lots of cardboard.
This is an ongoing (if underfunded) project.
concept & design: Malte Jehmlich / sputnic.tv
production assistance: Artur Gerz, Eleni Giannakoudis
(plus many many more... thank you!)
documentation camera & edit: Anton Korndörfer
See more work by Nimit HERE
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Richard Renaldi. Complete strangers are asked to pose together with the stipulation that they must touch each other in some manner.
See more work by Richard HERE
Since graduating from Salford University, Neal's diverse approach to materials and techniques - including pen, pencil, paint or Photoshop - has attracted a range of clients including: Universal Music, Harrods, New York Times, Smirnoff Vodka, DDB Paris/Nike, DDB London/Volkswagen and Pop magazine.
Recent projects include the illustrative artwork and animations for James Palumbo's (founder of Ministry of Sound) book 'Tomas' and creating the new single and album artwork for Detroit Social Club, through Polydor Records.
Neal Murren is represented by Breed,
See more work HERE
See more work by Metz & Racine HERE
Represented by Carole Lambert