Photography by Georgia Kikou - artcore group on Flickr
Photography by Janet S. CarterKinston Free Press via AP Photo
Photography by Md. Moazzem Mostakim
All the way from Aegean sea & Sappho’s island we introduce Aithale.
Disney Studios took a fascinating leap into its rich history of drawing and paired the old school drawing with the modern CG animation. The result – “Paperman” – won Disney Studios the first Oscar for animation since 1970.
Some animals are always more equal than others. After the Rebellion in Orwell’s “Animal Farm”, pigs and dogs ended up having both their share of equality and then some. Nassos Vakalis, Emmy-winning Greek animation director and animator continues on a similar metaphorical path with his “Dinner For Few”. Anthropomorphic pigs have now occupied places at the dinner table while a human services the machinery that feeds their endless dining. Leftovers are thrown to the cats scrambling under the table.
Furniture design company ALIVAR collaborates with the biggest Real Estate Companies in England (Contract Division) and the results are outstanding.
Passoni Nature. Designed by Benedetta Tagliabue
A city, 1102 dancers, a world record!
How would you like having a jungle at your house? DEDON intends to provide you exactly with that! Inspired by its around the world adventures of DEDON Tour De Monde, the luxury company's goal is to create not just an ordinary jungle, but a one of a kind, dazzling white one with laser cut aluminum panels.
Mainly portrait and fashion photographer, also in charge of photography at the Thessaloniki International Film and Documentary Festivals! Nevertheless, I met him at the studio, during a photo shoot for olive-oil products, one of those sessions that can last up to three hours…
Daniel Kukla was daily equipped with a mirror and an easel and wandered in the desert for a month in order to photograph the so called Edge Effect. That is, the sharp environmental changes that take place when two distinct ecosystems meet.
“When our feelings change, it also changes the perception we have of time. Layla Mehdi Pour designs a wall clock, consisting of two overlapping surfaces with twelve lines each. The lower dial is attached to the clock mechanism, but the upper one can easily rotated: this way you can get unexpected plays of shadows and different configurations of the object, which can be changed at any time”.
“The automotive technology of Aisin, a company in the Toyota Group, is hidden inside of the interactive furniture designed by the well-known duo of Japanese designers, Setsu & Shinobu Ito. They are like pieces in an archipelago that generates a natural and emotional scenario for the future.”
Photographies from the Milan Design Week 2014.