The outdoor art interventions of Moneyless.
This music video was made for Amon Tobin’s “Fan Video Project.” It was directed and animated by Jim Jam Graphics and XYZee Design. “Taking inspiration from the title of the track [“Calculate”] as well as the music, we wanted to make a music video set in a simple graphical world of calculation and information processing,” […]
French collective Paper Donut have painted a series of walls with three-dimensional shapes. The first graffiti piece (shown above) is part of an ad campaign for fashion store Sqwear, and the other two visuals (bottom of post) are personal projects. Photos Â© Paper Donut Link via Unurth
The meticulous anamorphic art of Georges Rousse. See also: “An Anamorphic Medusa Viewed Inside a Factory” and “Itâ€™s Definitely a Point of View.”
It is beautiful to see the symmetry and harmony of shapes from different landscapes. All photographs Â©/by Cameron Davidson.
Although these images look like modern tapestries or abstract paintings, they are actually snapshots of agricultural fields taken from NASA’s Terra and Landsat satellites in space.
Although, these images look computer generated graphics, they’re actually hand-painted on indoor and outdoor walls by graffitist Peeta.