Powder and motion create the perfect symphony in the new ad campaign promoting powdered milk creamer for Dutch dairy company Campina Friesland Kievit. Belgian photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte and film director André Nicolas Vantomme captures moments in time where acrobat dancer, Noi Pakon, releases a handful of powder to create an angelic silhouette for a stunning visual effect.
Cristina Guggeri’s Il Dovere Quotidiano, (‘The Daily Duty’) are realistic illustrations involving the most powerful and influential people around the world performing a very private act. Pooping.
In case you have a cool $4k laying around, this Stereo Console from Symbol has got to be one of the coolest audio console we’ve seen around. Built to integrate all your media, it features a built-in 2.1 stereo system, two 4″ full range speakers, an 8″ subwoofer, and amplifier, volume and woofer level controls and two RCA audio inputs.
Given the opportunity to do with designer clothes as he will, Ai Weiwei dumps a bucket of paint on them, model and all. The celebrated Chinese contemporary artist and activist was given the title of artistic director of V Magazine’s fashion editorial for the new designers of Comme des Garçons Fall-Winter 2014 collection for Dover Street Market’s concept store.
Brendan is a 23 year old marathoner and an out-of-work drummer. Despite admitting he’s not particularly good at either, he still finds time to train in both…at once. Here’s a video of him running and drumming to the tunes of “All The Small Things” by Blink 182.
Inspired to create a series of prints for a campaign called Fiction Meets Fiction, Buenos Aires-based Alexandre Tisser turned to plastic toys we all played with as a kid — LEGO. By switching the heads of many LEGO minifigures, including DC and Marvel heroes, The Simpsons and Star Wars, he was able to create new characters to great effect.
Coworkers who think you have the time to listen to them yap for an hour about absolutely nothing you care about is almost as annoying as bad coffee in the breakroom. Enter Luxafor, a tiny LED flag that attaches to your laptop that lets people know when you are free to chat or too busy to even look their direction.
If you think performing tricks on a bike with two wheels is hard, wait until you see what this guy can do with one. Filmed by Kuma Films in Taiwan, this extreme unicyclist shows off some amazing tricks you’ve never seen done before on a wheel with a saddle. Get ready to be impressed.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Batman franchise, and what better way to pay tribute than by tracing the evolution of the Caped Crusader’s iconic wheels over the years.
Some friendships were meant to withstand the test of time and Andi Gáldi Vinkó captures these rarities in the likeness of old photographs taken of the same buddies for a cute series called Friends.