The creepiest and most mesmerizing video of the year so far might be of a sinister floating black orb that follows people around making weird ambient noises.
The designers unleashed this hovering black ball in public spaces: they filmed it lurking in elevators and awkwardly freaking out passengers, floating down the stairs like a terrible omen, replaying people’s conversations, and making industrial clanking noises like the soundtrack to one of David Lynch’s student films.
Hah, Sun and I thought of doing a film with a black dot 2 years ago. It’s awesome someone did a similar project haha
Surreal furniture by Lila Jang
The strange and surreal furniture designer and Korean artist Lila Jang, who in his last series likes to twist and distort the classic French furniture of the 18th century. Lila Jang studied design and Fine Arts in Paris in Seoul, and has already participated in numerous exhibitions worldwide.
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ZUHAIR MURAD HAUTE COUTURE S/S 2014
"By one count, Zuhair Murad’s wedding dress alone bloomed with upwards of 25,000 floral appliqués. The mystical garden segment of his collection overall contained a multitude of camellias, roses, peonies, gentian, and more, all shimmering atop gowns, jumpsuits, and cocktail frocks. He added fauna to complement the flora: Black sequins delineated a zebra print, and feathers crept up the neck of a gauzy halter gown. Embroidery on a full-length white caftan revealed a python print down the body and panther spots along the sleeves.
Outside his garden, a grouping of daywear looks featured ivory suiting—pencil skirts, trousers, open jackets—all fronted in a double row of gold buttons. The look was his Parisian ideal, Murad explained before the show. Then he singled out a New Look-style outfit in guipure lace as his synthesis of modern femininity. But if any pieces in the collection adhered to that description, they were the ones that showed off the upper back, their fabric scooped out or cross-strapped like swimsuits.” │ via Style.
Everything is NOT terrible.
For when I need some good joojoo!!
Pablo Lehmann is an artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina and has created a body of work from cutting and layering paper precisely to create a three-dimensional effect. Each sheet of paper is cut into text or a shape, this process is repeated, as more sheets of paper are cut and layered, until the unique effect has been created.