Bridge Studio is the third of a series of six artists’ studios to be presented.
Squish Studio is the second of a series of six artists’ studios to be presented.
Long Studio is the first of a series of six artists’ studios to be presented.
Fashion collaboration project for Chinese fashion magazine Vision. These collages created for a special edition issue about Alexander McQueen.
Ashkan Honarvar has visualized various aspects of European colonial history. The hunt for wealth, the submission of indigenous people, the abuse of religion.
A fashion collaboration project with stylist Kathi Kauder and photographer Sabrina Theissen. The project’s theme is ‘wrong’, the mistakes we have done.
Wang Yutao mixes traditional influences and elements of asian culture with modern materials, laid-back casualness and classic elegance.
Flowing materials, the play with matt and shining surfaces, clear, expressive colours and sophisticated cuts assign Wang Yutao’s design.
On invitation from Duende Studio, eliumstudio redesigns the vinegar maker, an accessory found in country kitchens, making it an urban life accessory.
A jutting platform, a floating sheet of concrete.
Rococo-mania is an unconventional museum experience that explores rococo as a phenomenon of the past as well as the present.
General Motors showed the company’s vision of the Chevrolet EN-V 2.0 concept at Auto China 2012.
Using long exposure and multiple exposure effects, the photographer creates sharp contrasts while playing with vivid light and motion.
The cocoon blurs the lines between floor, wall and ceiling allowing the formation of a multi use mystic space.
Fashion photography by Tokyo based, Chinese photographer Yanzhou Bao, featuring garments by Yimei Ye.
Umeric has created the visual effects of the ‘Curves’ commercial for Becks Green Box Project, directed by Ash Bolland.
The well known to MTV fans, inspiring video for Swatch + MTV Playground. Commercial, Storyboards and Logo Design were done by Umeric.
An inversion in the relationship of indoor / outdoor spaces inspired by an Art Museum.
An alien techno-morphic creature is revealing its striking existence in the streets of Earth in this set of two videos made for MTV.
The front ephemeral façade, a temporary art installation, changes every eight years.