The ASAP Mob is currently deep in the game right now. Here comes ASAP Rocky for visuals for his track “Wassup”. New addition to my bucket list: take a bath in a bathtub full of money while sipping on some liquor and having two girls making out in the background. Enjoy:
Atelier Olschinsky (“The Olschinsky Workshop”) is a joint venture of Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss, two graphic artists and designers based in Vienna. Started in 2002, Atelier Olschinsky is responsible for some of the best graphic design and illustration I’ve seen, period. Their understated motto is “It is just so important to work as much as you can, to learn and to be open to new things,” and this approach is definitely paying off for them. The images featured here are from their “Cities” series. If you like what you see be sure to check out their catalogue for more amazing pieces, as this represents just a small portion of their body of work. Prints of their art are available at their shop, and they also have a Facebook page where you can keep updated on their latest progress.
Hit the jump for more of Atelier Olschinsky’s “Cities.”
Have you guys already bought you Watch The Throne Tour tickets yet? Because from what we hear they are going real fast, If they’re not all gone already. To kind of tease the public and get everybody excited, the Hip-Hop duo released some short footage of the behind the scenes of the show. A real teaser, nothing groundbreaking but appealing enough to make you look forward to the event. Enjoy:
This video shows a collection of shots from Paris that have been digitally altered, resulting in an incredibly eerie video of the city under a few feet of water with no people anywhere to be seen. The CGI is pretty amazing and the result is impressive. Video by Olivier Campagne & Vivien Balzi of Artefactorylab.[vimeo http://vimeo.com/28236362 w=500 & h=400]
Frieze magazine and Design collective is organizing a worldwide tour of expositions. The plan is to get some of the most amazing photography, design, and video work from contemporary artists from all over the world and have it visit the most influential metropolis on Earth. More info on the Frieze website. Following are some pictures for the fair. Enjoy:
The project “27” is a collaboration between two architects, a graphic designer, and a film maker, and features the four of them immersing themselves in the act of generating the “Europe of tomorrow.”
This project is supposed to take us to the most interior levels of contemporary architecture, which may prove to be quite difficult as it is constantly being reinvented and is quite difficult to tack down. Here’s the teaser:
They are expecting to have everything wrapped up by the end of 2012. “27” is supposed to hit a wide variety of audiences, as it will be made into a documentary series made for television, as well as a feature film and book.
Counting down the days until we can see the outcome.