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Francois Dallegret, Space City - Astronef 732 Space City, 1963, an early Graphic ink drawing

Dallegret concieved a Space City to be shot to Mars for the purpose of studying reactions of younger generations to conditions of extreme crowding in relation to speed. Dallegret aligned himself with the great innovators of the 20th century, Le Corbusier, Buckmaster Fuller (who exhibited a geodesic dome at the Expo ‘67) and Joe Colombo, whose vision of streamlined modular living corresponded with Dallegret’s own futurism.

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SHOWstudio: Evening In Space - Daphne Guinness / David LaChapelle / Tony Visconti [music video]

Fashion icon and heiress Daphne Guinness takes a step into music with her music video directed by acclaimed photographer, David LaChapelle.

The song, Evening in Space, was produced by Tony Visconti, and is the first single from Guinness’ upcoming debut album, which is due to be released in September 2014.

The video custom pieces from Guinness’ favorite fashion houses, including Iris van Herpen and Noritaka Tatehana, alongside pieces from her own celebrated clothing collection.

Song Writing and Performance: Daphne Guinness
Music Production: Tony Visconti
Video Direction: David LaChapelle

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FRAMED*2.0

A digital art display platform from Japan with motion detection, available in two sizes - kickstarter video embedded below:

 

FRAMED is an Internet connected display that allows you to showcase artwork in a way that has never been done before. 

Designed to be the world’s first canvas for the art of our generation, allowing you to experience and enjoy beautiful art within a normal, everyday setting. Perfect for creators and fans of visual culture alike, hang it on your wall, choose an artwork, and transform your space into a living, virtual gallery of creative expressions. 

The evolution of technology and accessibility of the internet has brought out an expansive range and depth in digital art, and now, FRAMED can bring digital art into your everyday.

Over the course of a year, we’ve built two sizes (24-inch / 40-inch) with immense care and attention to craftsmanship. Every unit contains a gorgeous full-HD display, graphics processing, integrated inputs, and motion sensors within a mere 18mm (0.7 inches) in depth. We’ve created a minimalist object as the perfect backdrop for showcasing artwork, while maintaining powerful features to allow each frame to be totally unique, and exactly what you, the creator, makes of it.

More can be found at the Kickstarter page here

Some thoughts from Filip Visnjic at Creative Applications can be found here

(via prostheticknowledge) FRAMED*2.0

A digital art display platform from Japan with motion detection, available in two sizes - kickstarter video embedded below:

 

FRAMED is an Internet connected display that allows you to showcase artwork in a way that has never been done before. 

Designed to be the world’s first canvas for the art of our generation, allowing you to experience and enjoy beautiful art within a normal, everyday setting. Perfect for creators and fans of visual culture alike, hang it on your wall, choose an artwork, and transform your space into a living, virtual gallery of creative expressions. 

The evolution of technology and accessibility of the internet has brought out an expansive range and depth in digital art, and now, FRAMED can bring digital art into your everyday.

Over the course of a year, we’ve built two sizes (24-inch / 40-inch) with immense care and attention to craftsmanship. Every unit contains a gorgeous full-HD display, graphics processing, integrated inputs, and motion sensors within a mere 18mm (0.7 inches) in depth. We’ve created a minimalist object as the perfect backdrop for showcasing artwork, while maintaining powerful features to allow each frame to be totally unique, and exactly what you, the creator, makes of it.

More can be found at the Kickstarter page here

Some thoughts from Filip Visnjic at Creative Applications can be found here

(via prostheticknowledge) FRAMED*2.0

A digital art display platform from Japan with motion detection, available in two sizes - kickstarter video embedded below:

 

FRAMED is an Internet connected display that allows you to showcase artwork in a way that has never been done before. 

Designed to be the world’s first canvas for the art of our generation, allowing you to experience and enjoy beautiful art within a normal, everyday setting. Perfect for creators and fans of visual culture alike, hang it on your wall, choose an artwork, and transform your space into a living, virtual gallery of creative expressions. 

The evolution of technology and accessibility of the internet has brought out an expansive range and depth in digital art, and now, FRAMED can bring digital art into your everyday.

Over the course of a year, we’ve built two sizes (24-inch / 40-inch) with immense care and attention to craftsmanship. Every unit contains a gorgeous full-HD display, graphics processing, integrated inputs, and motion sensors within a mere 18mm (0.7 inches) in depth. We’ve created a minimalist object as the perfect backdrop for showcasing artwork, while maintaining powerful features to allow each frame to be totally unique, and exactly what you, the creator, makes of it.

More can be found at the Kickstarter page here

Some thoughts from Filip Visnjic at Creative Applications can be found here

(via prostheticknowledge) FRAMED*2.0

A digital art display platform from Japan with motion detection, available in two sizes - kickstarter video embedded below:

 

FRAMED is an Internet connected display that allows you to showcase artwork in a way that has never been done before. 

Designed to be the world’s first canvas for the art of our generation, allowing you to experience and enjoy beautiful art within a normal, everyday setting. Perfect for creators and fans of visual culture alike, hang it on your wall, choose an artwork, and transform your space into a living, virtual gallery of creative expressions. 

The evolution of technology and accessibility of the internet has brought out an expansive range and depth in digital art, and now, FRAMED can bring digital art into your everyday.

Over the course of a year, we’ve built two sizes (24-inch / 40-inch) with immense care and attention to craftsmanship. Every unit contains a gorgeous full-HD display, graphics processing, integrated inputs, and motion sensors within a mere 18mm (0.7 inches) in depth. We’ve created a minimalist object as the perfect backdrop for showcasing artwork, while maintaining powerful features to allow each frame to be totally unique, and exactly what you, the creator, makes of it.

More can be found at the Kickstarter page here

Some thoughts from Filip Visnjic at Creative Applications can be found here

(via prostheticknowledge) FRAMED*2.0

A digital art display platform from Japan with motion detection, available in two sizes - kickstarter video embedded below:

 

FRAMED is an Internet connected display that allows you to showcase artwork in a way that has never been done before. 

Designed to be the world’s first canvas for the art of our generation, allowing you to experience and enjoy beautiful art within a normal, everyday setting. Perfect for creators and fans of visual culture alike, hang it on your wall, choose an artwork, and transform your space into a living, virtual gallery of creative expressions. 

The evolution of technology and accessibility of the internet has brought out an expansive range and depth in digital art, and now, FRAMED can bring digital art into your everyday.

Over the course of a year, we’ve built two sizes (24-inch / 40-inch) with immense care and attention to craftsmanship. Every unit contains a gorgeous full-HD display, graphics processing, integrated inputs, and motion sensors within a mere 18mm (0.7 inches) in depth. We’ve created a minimalist object as the perfect backdrop for showcasing artwork, while maintaining powerful features to allow each frame to be totally unique, and exactly what you, the creator, makes of it.

More can be found at the Kickstarter page here

Some thoughts from Filip Visnjic at Creative Applications can be found here

(via prostheticknowledge)

    FRAMED*2.0

    A digital art display platform from Japan with motion detection, available in two sizes - kickstarter video embedded below:

    FRAMED is an Internet connected display that allows you to showcase artwork in a way that has never been done before. 

    Designed to be the world’s first canvas for the art of our generation, allowing you to experience and enjoy beautiful art within a normal, everyday setting. Perfect for creators and fans of visual culture alike, hang it on your wall, choose an artwork, and transform your space into a living, virtual gallery of creative expressions. 

    The evolution of technology and accessibility of the internet has brought out an expansive range and depth in digital art, and now, FRAMED can bring digital art into your everyday.

    Over the course of a year, we’ve built two sizes (24-inch / 40-inch) with immense care and attention to craftsmanship. Every unit contains a gorgeous full-HD display, graphics processing, integrated inputs, and motion sensors within a mere 18mm (0.7 inches) in depth. We’ve created a minimalist object as the perfect backdrop for showcasing artwork, while maintaining powerful features to allow each frame to be totally unique, and exactly what you, the creator, makes of it.

    More can be found at the Kickstarter page here

    Some thoughts from Filip Visnjic at Creative Applications can be found here

    (via prostheticknowledge)

    (via tenkao)

    This animated GIF from Micaël Reynaud's award-winning series warping space and time calls to mind the iconic Powers of Ten film by Charles and Ray Eames visualizing the scale of the universe. 

    In fact, it’s surprising that no one (to my knowledge) has adapted the film into an animated GIF yet – though it’s been adapted into a delightful flipbook, which is essentially an analog animated GIF.

    (via explore-blog)

    Onion Skin by Olivier Ratsi - TEASER from ANTIVJ is a visual label on Vimeo.

    Onion Skin, an installation by Olivier Ratsi [Antivj / Fr]
    Concept & visual content: Olivier Ratsi
    Music: Thomas Vaquié

    Onion Skin is a new immersive installation by Olivier Ratsi, an artist on the ANTIVJ visual label.

    The first stage in the Echolyse project, which will give birth to several variations around the same concept, Onion Skin is made up of a physical dimension – a module of two walls, positioned at right angles – augmented by a projection and a 5.1 sound broadcast.

    Onion Skin is a graphical work about the re-composition of time and space through a game of perspectives, both of the exhibition space itself and that of the projection canvas. Built around a progressive structure, made up of 4 parts lasting 14 minutes in total, the piece plays on the principle of repetition and scale to create a physical and hypnotic experience that opens doors onto the hidden and untouchable.

    The whole experience of the installation is based on a very specific point of view. A precise position from which a new dimension is revealed to the audience by anamorphosis. The simple geometric elements (“peelings”) that seemed to be flat at first suddenly start delimiting a new space. The illusion of a new dimension within the installation slowly appears as the onion skins seem to be leaving their physical surface behind.
    A 5.1 surround sound set-up accentuates the physical dimension of the installation, strengthening and playing with the impression of volume and space.

    Management & production: Nicolas Boritch

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