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Director David O’Reilly (repped by Colonel Blimp) is being recognized by the Saatchi & Saatchi New Director’s Showcase at Cannes this year for his beautifully bent body of work. O’Reilly is currently spending a year at Benneton’s creative college in Italy where he made this short called  Wofl (pronounced WOOF-EL) for their in-house TV channel. […] [Read more]


PJ Wilson and Justin Harder are LAMBO. view web view reel  [Read more]


The Motion Painting "Daily" by David Ellis from Barnstormers is an exciting look at the creative process. Though documenting an artist as he paints is not a new concept, Ellis moves fluidly from work to work on the same canvas. He even creates a sort of narrative by bringing the piece towards one style, moving […] [Read more]


Madrid designer Cesar Jacobi keeps the style quotient high across a very wide selection of interactive work and seems to have a lot of fun doing it. [Read more]


A surprisingly emotional 3D turn for Brazil’s masters of style as they spin a tale of furry friendship to lure you to the Buenos Aires Zoo. [Read more]


SPORE by Image Savant (Richard Baily) is an ongoing software/aesthetic development project that has grown out of a proprietary ultra-high speed particle renderer which runs Irix, Linux and OSX. Fun! But more than that, the images the project creates are wonderful experiments that constantyl evolve to create new and interesting animations. The site doesn’t have […] [Read more]


When the world starts to feel too slick and corporate I take cover in the work of Neasden Control Centre (UK) and Surround (Brooklyn). The two tiny studios – who’ve collaborated in the past – pound out unfussy visceral work that gives me faith in the power of the little guy. Look for the "Dirty […] [Read more]

Formavision Curates Construkt for Girbaud

NYC based Sebastien Agneessens of brand curating house Formavision brings us Urban Cast Away jewelry at the cutting edge fashion store Girbaud in Soho, where they are available for sale. Images of the cast jewelry pieces can also be seen on the Construkt website. Curated by Agneessens, Construkt is a “quarterly release of limited-edition objects […] [Read more]