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sobota, 4 grudnia 2010

"Gold Coast Hustle"

Tytuł z: Pretty Lights - Gold Coast Hustle odsłuch

A tutaj glitch-hop'owy tjun do pobrania za darmo ;
Naive Machine - Sept i Share by HIT AND HOPE

Fox Retro Birthday Id
by Plenty™ (

Fox Retro summoned us together with our dear friend Fantasma™ in order to join forces and develop a very special piece: an Ident to commemorate its birthday. The client had imagined a one minute piece of animation, where all its series are showed in a 80´s retro-futuristic spatial Pinball. What a nice trip!

Fox Retro "Pinball" - Birthday ID from Plenty on Vimeo.

BBC "Electric Proms"

BBC "Electric Proms" from Brand New School on Vimeo.

American Software

American Software from Partizan Darkroom on Vimeo.

Here is American Software, a short film inspired by the towering giants behind the American software industry. That is, if Steve Jobs was a rebellious punk rectangle, with guitar in tow, taking on King Bill through a rock-off within some parallel counter-realist 8-bit geometric vision of our world.

Dan Tobin Smith
Artist Dan Tobin Smith doesn’t build his works in photoshop– he carefully selects a world of color and creates these chromatically-bisected works of art by hand. You’ve likely seen Smith’s work before, he created the album cover for Jay Z’s The Blueprint 3. Long before the Jay Z album cover, Dan Tobin Smith developed a style so unique, so different, that his work is gaining international acclaim by the minute. When Jay Z’s latest album goes platinum, that’s essentially a million copies of Smith’s work sold into the public.


Irina Vinnik


Tim Simmons
Tim Simmons’ haunting, ethereal landscapes examine the multilayered relationship we have with our physical environment. Taken in natural, often very ordinary settings, his pictures nevertheless have a surreal, otherworldly quality, placing them in a realm beyond immediate recognition. This illusive atmosphere invokes a sense of the spirit of the earth, inspiring quiet reflection in the viewer and prompting questions about mortality and our place in the world.


Anastassia Elias

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Matt W. Moore

Artist Matt W. Moore has completed a series of works he calls Crystals and Lasers for a month-long art project in Paris, France. Moore traveled to France without supplies, concepts or plans for his showing at the Since Gallery in Paris at the end of his stay. After taking in the character of Paris, its people and culture, the artist created a series of prints using little more than spray paint, tape and a steady hand. The resulting art is wildly colorful, bright and kaleidoscopic in nature– a collection of visual candy that make the rest of the world appear to be black-and-white.

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Fantastic street art from 22 year old Barcelona, Spain based artist and illustrator ARYZ. His work can be found on abandoned walls on the outskirts of Barcelona as well as in New York, Germany, Poland, Italy, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.





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Gabriel Dawe
Gabriel Dawe was born in Mexico City where he grew up surrounded by the intensity and color of Mexican culture. After working as a graphic designer, he moved to Montreal, Canada in 2000 following a desire to explore foreign land. In search for creative freedom he started experimenting and creating artwork, which eventually led him to explore textiles and embroidery—activities traditionally associated with women and which were forbidden for a boy growing up in Mexico. Because of this, his work is subversive of notions of masculinity and machismo that are so ingrained in his culture. By working with thread and textiles, Dawe’s work has evolved into creating large-scale installations with thread, creating environments that deal with notions of social constructions and their relation to evolutionary theory and the self-organizing force of nature. After seven years of living in Canada and gaining dual citizenship as a Mexican-Canadian, Gabriel moved to Texas to pursue graduate school at the University of Texas at Dallas where he is presently a candidate for an MFA in Arts and Technology. His work has been exhibited in Dallas, Houston, Montreal, Toronto and Barcelona.


Carolina Fontoura Alzaga
Connect is a series of sculptures made of recycled bicycle parts of varying size and shape. This body of work draws inspiration from Victorian chandeliers, DIY and bike culture, and the use of unartistic materials.

This work addresses class codes, power dynamics, reclaimed agency, and ecological responsibility. The bicycle chandelier is the conceptual point of departure for this ouvre. In this series the traditional chandelier is seen as a bourgeois commodity and the bicycle parts as a symbol for self-propelled movement. These subversive objects challenge the aesthetics of wealth by visually contrasting the classic elegance of the candelabrum with the newfound elegance of discarded, mechanical bicycle parts.


Julian Callos


Barnaby Ward
With the girls and animals pieces, I’m not trying to tell a specific story so much as create a sense of empathy. I wanted to create an obvious emotional connection between the girl and the animal, which I’m hoping shows that there’s a relationship there, and a sense of history. There’s not much more to it than that. But I think the combination of these elements allows the viewer to project their own ideas onto the piece. There’s enough suggestion that I’m hoping it stimulates people’s imaginations.

Claire Streetart
French artist Claire Streetart shows us couples kissing in sexy positions on the street with collages on the walls. Thick lines, simple shapes, a contrast between black and white and color. His characters are often stuck in a suitable place, managing to surprise us without surprise us, thus enriching the work of the work.



Night Witch by *hgjart on deviantART

Priest by *hgjart on deviantART

Collab: Spell Scale by ~kheleksul on deviantART

rabbi by ~0BO on deviantART

somewhere beyond time by ~breathing2004 on deviantART

gang by ~0BO on deviantART

Falcon by *masz-rum on deviantART

Anasazi by ~edlo on deviantART

Alice Desktop by ~ros78 on deviantART

girls that look like girls by ~scottchurch on deviantART

Futuristic City by *JJasso on deviantART

Acid Bolts by *promopocket on deviantART

Piramide Cosmica by ~akujirocks on deviantART

Music is My Life by =Qinni on deviantART

Hanging Around by *xmisslolox on deviantART

Vanessa9231 by `Pelicanh on deviantART

Waterfallcity II by *Kamikaye on deviantART

Healthkare grandma. by `beaucoupzero on deviantART

She love me not... by *JrDragao on deviantART

60575 by =kubicki on deviantART

Undead Uprising by ~stuntkid on deviantART

Ice Scream by ~EatSleepDreamDesign on deviantART

Mayan Architecture by ~mehrdadart on deviantART

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