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Apartomatic: a clever TV spot by Wes Anderson

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By Antoine Corbineau in Video on Saturday 25 June 2011

This is a fabulous Stella Artois spot, directed by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola. Contains some nice ideas for a perfect date at home.

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Pomocracy: full of meticulously chosen weird stuff

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By Antoine Corbineau in Cool Websites on Saturday 25 June 2011

Pomocracy is a lifestyle statement Tumblr recently created in Berlin by PoMo, a nurse and designer. It’s an inspirational blog full of weird stuff.

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Emmanuel Romeuf

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By Antoine Corbineau in New Illustration on Tuesday 21 June 2011

Fine illustrations and art direction by Emmanuel Romeuf, a Paris-based artist selected by Print Magazine last year for one of its ’20 Under 30′ visual artists edition.

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Méduse

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By Antoine Corbineau in New Fashion on Tuesday 21 June 2011

Méduse is a self-initiated project that I started while studying in London. I was printing a jellyfish inspired series of t-shirts and bags which I was selling or giving to friends. The concept has evolved a bit since then. I try to find time to launch two series’ a year, available only online.

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Inventions From The Consumer Golden Age

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By Antoine Corbineau in New Trends on Tuesday 21 June 2011

Here’s a surprising and entertaining photographic collection of last centuries’ zaniest inventions, from motorcycle planes to avant-garde TV shapes!

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Chloe Mazlo’s animation for Albert: an iPad game

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By Antoine Corbineau in New Design on Tuesday 21 June 2011

French animator Chloe Mazlo just finished the art direction for Albert, a fun and addictive iPad and iPhone game produced by Fingerlab. The result is a smooth, pleasant mix of low-cost design and advanced technology.

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The large-scale puddle art of Matthieu Weil

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By Antoine Corbineau in New Art on Monday 20 June 2011

When vsiting a degree show in Lyon a few years ago, I discovered Mathieu Weil’s work and was immediately astonished by the quality of its execution and by its creative process. We were confronted by these huge paintings of water reflexions and puddles on the pavement that were almost perfectly hyperrealist from a certain distance, but would appear as strong and thick touches of oil paint as we came closer closer. The unstable state of his art, between figuration and abstraction, is really remarkable.

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