Maison Margiela: Reality Inverse

Posted by Fabio 19 February 2019

‘Reality Inverse’ is a short film by Maison Margiela in collaboration with Nick Knight (SHOWstudio), the project was presented at the Serpentine Gallery on Saturday 16th of February as part of London Fashion Week.

www.maisonmargiela.com
www.showstudio.com

Araki Koman

Posted by Fabio 19 February 2019

Araki Koman is a French Illustrator & Artist currently based in Japan. Using raw lines, organic shapes and a limited colour palette, Araki uses her minimalist style for commercial commissions as well as for her personal artistic work which is influenced by slow living, visual anthropology and her multicultural experiences. read more

Bennie Julian Gay

Posted by Fabio 18 February 2019

A selection of beautiful images by Berlin-based fashion and portrait photographer, Bennie Julian Gay. read more

“A LAST SUPPER” – rag & bone FW19 collection

Posted by Fabio 15 February 2019

A conceptual video to support the unveiling of rag & bone’s fall 2019 collection, which was celebrated through a sensory experience and dinner. read more

COLDSORE – A film by Caitlin McCarthy

Posted by Fabio 14 February 2019

♡ one girl’s quest for a viral infection ♡. Directed and animated by London-based artist, Caitlin McCarthy with additional animation by Matt Lloyd. Produced by Strange Beast.

www.c8l.in
www.strangebeast.tv
www.mattlloyd.net

CORPS – À CORPS

Posted by Fabio 13 February 2019

Corps’ Enigmatic music video for their latest single “À CORPS”. The video was directed and animated by Yoann Stehr and produced by Temple Cache.

www.vimeo.com/yoannstehr
www.maisonainsi.com
www.templecache.com

The Specials – Vote For Me

Posted by Fabio 8 February 2019

The Specials, one of the most electrifying, influential and important bands of all time return with a new video directed by Dan Emmerson.

www.TheSpecials.com
www.somesuch.co

Mitski – A Pearl

Posted by Fabio 7 February 2019

Stunning new video for Mitski’s song “A Pearl”, taken from her album, Be The Cowboy. The surreal animated video was initially created in 3D and the 1,480 individual frames were then painted, drawn and illustrated. read more