It took four years for photographer Ward Roberts to capture this dreamy world of pastel sporting courts found across the globe. The minimalist geometric compositions and clean lines in this series combined with pastel palette of lilacs, pinks and baby blues is both playful and intriguing, inviting us to discover an outdoor space wonderland.
All photography by Ward Roberts
I just couldn’t believe my eyes this morning when I saw this fantastic set of paper insects meticulously hand-crafted by Belgium-based ad agency Soon. This work was made for a brochure advertising IGEPA Benelux’s new line of recycled paper. Head over here to see the making off.
Creative director: Jim Van Raemdonck
Graphic Designers: Phoebe De Corte, Dries Caeckebeke
Interns: Claar De Waele, Sil De Boeck
Au menu tonight, Greengage à la Warhol, Salad de Alf London and for dessert, the Dorothy Kilgallens Gateau of Marzipan!
Those amusing recipes and bright colour illustrations are le fruit de la collaboration between interior decorator Suzie Frankfurt and a young advertising illustrator and artist, Andy Warhol, while the hand-lettered were done by Mrs Warhola – Andy’s mother. Although this collection of fanciful recipes aren’t meant to be eaten, I wouldn’t mind getting my hands on an original 1959′s copy of this cookbook.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Rah, rah…Oogie de wawa rah rah rah!
I grew up with this surreal story by Boris Vian (L’Écume des jours) ; a fairytale where everything is possible… Read more about the movie on the Guardian online: Mood Indigo review – a profoundly moving return to form for Gondry.
Voice is probably the most inspiring animated short I have seen in a while on Vimeo. This short film is part of a series about positive change, commissioned by Charles Schwab, showcasing how people can create their own destiny by deciding to make a change for a better future and – freedom.
By the fantastic people at Jelly London. Check out the behind the scene for this beautifully crafted animation. #OwnYourTomorrow!
It’s O.K. to be loud. So let your colours show!
Cactus Flower is a short film by Korean artist Yoo Seungah about two men living together among plants and a cactus they are trying to get to bloom. The couple enjoys dancing on Jacques Dutronc Et moi, et moi, et moi song, watching old American movies, laying on the beach relaxing, but we soon realise that what is missing in their life is having a child. The impeccable pacing of the animation and the eclectic use of colours and textures gives this animation plenty of charm.
Must be a glitter dolly day today.