This visually captivating animated short film by Chris Sullivan, ‘Master of Ceremonies’ was hand draw on black paper with silver pencil. The beauty of this along with spot on sound effects, entice you into a story of the reluctance of humans to allow their transformation into the spirit world. The scene in which the skeleton [...]
Science Project pillows from designer Heather Lin. Wool felt with Sensuede® applique, in three types: Anatomy, Geology and Botany. They’d add a nice punch to a solid couch or sofa.
These ‘In the Flesh’ series of paintings by JKB Fletcher depict extreme sexy close-ups of certain aspects the face and skin. They are so ‘real’ looking, it’s hard to imagine they are actually paintings. Poke – Oil on canvas
Do you leave your clothes lying around? No time to clean? Camouflage your dirty laundry with the ‘Rag Chair‘. This chair, designed by Tejo Remy, is made of 15 bags of layered rags. It arrives ready made but you have the option to recycle your own discarded clothes, and include it the design. No two [...]
If you ever wanted to know what type of visual effects are used on the series Boardwalk Empire, here’s your chance. In this video titled ‘Boardwalk Empire VFX Breakdowns of Season 1′, you can see Brainstorm Digital‘s before and after highlights of the visual effects used on the series. Are you a fan of Boardwalk [...]
The 2nd annual Miami International Art Fair, opens January 14 – 17, 2011 which features features contemporary art of all media, including photography, installations and video. The fair also integrates innovative educational art projects – linked to important museums and other art-related organizations. 2010 MIA – © Lila Photo A special installation will be featured, Museum of Modern Ice, [...]
Here are 15 cool blog posts from Art Nectar in 2010 that have gotten lost in the shuffle and you might not have had the pleasure of viewing. The Origins of Mass – Computer Animation by Aleksandar Rodic. Expand it to full screen! The Photography of Bela Borsodi – Bela Borsodi’s photography redefines the medium as Picasso’s [...]