If you’re ever longing for that nostalgic trip, this video by motion designer Jarred Hageman is sure to take you there. An ode to 80s folklore, Hageman manages to successfully recreate the noisy, neon, typographic aesthetic that we all know and love, making it a highly authentic virtual experience you are sure to enjoy.
Mount Olympus is my photo-manipulation series that borrows from the ancient Greek mythos by depicting well-known athletes as gods and goddesses. All deities that were chosen determined the overall theme and aesthetic of each illustration.
Jacob Sutton is a director and photographer based in London. Looking through his Vimeo you’ll see a collection of astounding work that emphasizes moments captured in a chronologically slowed down world. This technique only helps escalate the energetic visuals of Sutton’s films. A personal favorite would have to be his Partisan film for The New […]
Officially, Kartell’s sound is considered to be Nu Disco and Deep House, but if I had a say at what genre it is, it’d be an ‘iced latte covered in whipped cream on a hot and breezy Sunday afternoon’. Even that colorful description doesn’t even begin to depict the suave and, dare I say it, […]
I came across Ted Emmons’ work in that vast cyberspace known as tumblr and was lucky enough to find his website after a little digging. Not only is he able to capture the deep emotive nature of his models, but he also incorporates a degree of surrealism with a subtle collage style.
Matt DiVito’s animation work is a perfect blend of muted color spectrums and dense mathematical geometries with a hint of a retro-futurism. It’s a source of inspiration, to say the least.
Leong Leong is a New York City-based architecture firm whose work consists of contemporary designs that wonderfully juxtaposes manipulated Euclidian geometries with organic surfaces and details.