Process Crayola from WIRED on Vimeo.

Take a look at how a Crayola Crayon is made.

Spike 6, 2014  - Hadieh Shafie.

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Space cat Hob from liok on Vimeo.

Space cat Hob is an independant project done without money, on our spare time and over a course of two years.
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direction: Loïc bramoullé

music: Pyramid

Sound Design: Olivier Michelot

production: Delapost Paris

A huge thank to everyone who believed in the project and gave time and energy on it:
Martial Le Minoux, Hugo Cierzniak, Axel Digoix, Foehn Gallet, Aline Hanael, Adrien Kédochim, Paul Lavau, Quentin Rétif, Geoffrey Lerus, Larson liberlin, Zhen Li, Florent Penisson, Alexandre Wolfromm, David Atexide, Laurent Mercereau, Lisa Hulot, Samir Necib, Doris Bachelier, Mathieu Krysztoforski, thomas Arsene, Maxime Granger, André Delphin, Vincent Mineli, Alexis Beaudoin, François-Maxence Desplanque, Mathieu Gouget de Landres, Cedric Lenepveu, Louis Manjares, Fabian Nowak, Alexis Bechet, Aurélie Deconinck, Vivien Ebran, Marielle Santens, Rosita Soares, Tony Lacroix, Romain Leclerc, François Debonnet.

Shi Jindian was born in 1953 in China’s Yunnan Province. He studied at the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, and currently lives and works in Chengdu.

Shi Jindian’s works can be found in the collections of prominent museums and organisations including The Montpellier Contemporary Chinese Art Biennale, France, Seoul Art Museum, Korea and The White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection, Australia.


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Bruce Timm ~ Storyboards for the Emmy Award Winning Opening Title Sequence of Batman: the Animated Series. Seriously, this title sequence won an Emmy.

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Léon: The Professional by Marcel Domke

Léon: The Professional by Marcel Domke

Reincarnation, Martin Wittfooth

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New cut paper light sculptures by Hari & Deepti. So much more to see, go here now!

Permanent marker installations by Heike Weber.

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Michael Kutsche is an award-winning German artist based in Los Angeles, California. He is a self taught artist who works both in traditional and digital media. His work is best described as an astoundingly lifelike depiction of parallel realities, populated by odd characters reminiscent of movies, comics but also Flemish Renaissance Painting. His unique approach of imaginative character creation has led him to become a character designer on Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland”, “John Carter of Mars”, directed by Andrew Stanton and “Thor”, directed by Kenneth Branagh. Parallel to his career in the film industry he still keeps track of his own projects, including paintings for future exhibitions, book projects etc.