A selection of beautifully cinematic photos by London-based photographer Adrian Samson. More images below.
“Nessi” imagined by Julio Sanz and brought to life by Psyop
A group of British children were asked to give detailed descriptions of their imaginary friends. The most interesting were selected and brought life in this charming collaboration between London’s Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood, animators, model-makers, and advertising agency AMV BBDO. See more below!
Tel-Aviv born and now London-based photographer Ori Gersht electrocutes mirrors, capturing them right at the moment the glass shatters. That the mirrors are reflecting flowers is an added bonus. Not only are the resulting images beautiful, they recall Gersht’s work from a few years ago. Although, in that case, it was the flowers themselves that were blown up. More images from Gersht’s latest project, as well as video from his previous, below!
Here’s an opportunity for filmmakers based in UK, France, and Germany! Genero has partnered up with HP to promote the new HP ZBook Studio Mobile Workstation by finding and commissioning three directors to create a 2-3 minute short film using the theme “Keep Reinventing”.
Each director will receive $20,000 USD to make their film, and will be invited to London to experience a day in a leading London Post Production Facility. They’re only accepting treatment submissions until January 10, 2016 so if you’re interested you don’t have much time.
Check out the full briefs here:
Wonderful observational illustrations critiquing our addiction to technology by French artist Jean Jullien. Jullien studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art and is currently based in London. More images below!