Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Grolsch: Awake Your Curiosity Experiment

vrijdag, oktober 6th, 2017

It’s a world of multitasking and efficiency and we’re delighted to be connected 24/7 and load our time with as many activities as possible.

But is it possible that we forgot the one and most important connection of all? Awake is the kind of festival that wants to disconnect people from multitasking and let them reconnect with themselves through cultural activities, such as forest library, cinema under the bridge, of course, live concerts, arts and many others.

As the official sponsor of Awake festival, Grolsch wanted to illustrate how important it is to press pause from time to time and, ultimately, reconnect with ourselves.

Grolch invited people to Awake festival in an unconventional way: through a neuroscience & art Experiment which read people’s brain waves in real time (using neuro headsets) & translates them into visual art.

The Grolsch Awake Experiment repurposed the latest technology to show how beautifully the human brain works when we remove all distractions and focus only on one thing: the music.

Interbest: Peppernut pixels

donderdag, december 1st, 2016

Interbest realized a fun and artistic stunt by making every peppernut a pixel with a total of 2110 peppernuts in four colours. It was a ode for their relation in the journalistic with media bureaus and advertisers. It resulted in a Sint Nicolas stunt with tasty peppernut images of journalists.

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Stockholm Art Week: Human Canvas

woensdag, september 7th, 2016

Stockholm Art Week is an annual celebration of Stockholm’s prominent art scene. The platform joints with leading Nordic art fairs, alongside many of Stockholm’s most respected museums, institutions and art spaces that will arrange special exhibitions and events throughout the week. For the Stockholm Art Week they wanted to attract new audience and prove that art is more than just painting on the wall. So they came up with the idea to auction the work of the artist Love Lundell in a different way. Normally the highest bidder get the canvas, but now Love Lundell became the canvas himself. With permanently ink they tattooed the art piece on his body. This online auction started on the first day of Stockholm Art Week and continued throughout the week.

BB Chum: Amsterdam Light Festival

dinsdag, december 30th, 2014

Shirts brand BB Chum is zeroing in on the Amsterdam Light Festival with a light installation in the Vondelpark. A part of the Vondelpark was lit by colorful lanterns made out of BB Chum shirts that hung in the trees.

Studio Roosegaarde | Illuminated Cycle Path

maandag, oktober 28th, 2013

Illuminating bicycle paths. Studio Roosegaarde must have thought that this can be more sustainable and more beautiful. That’s why artist Daan Roosegaarde, in cooperation with construction company Heijmans, created a 600 m long bike path in Eindhoven with a unique design consisting of thousands of glittering rhinestones. With the rhinestones not only patterns are created; but they’re also charged during the day so that they give light at night.

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This is What Barbie Looks Like Without Makeup

donderdag, mei 30th, 2013

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Just Beyoncé, Justin B., Justin T. and a lot of other internationally famous celebs, we know A LOT of personal details about Barbie. But no one has a clue what she looks like without makeup. Until now. Eddi Aguirre, a Mexican artist and designer, shows us what she’d look like au naturel. I’d like to say she’s still beautiful and doesn’t need makeup, woman power, and all that… buuuut… the thing is… she looks kinda busted. She’s got heavy bags under her eyes, weird smile lines, freckles, acne, frizzy hair, and—okay the braces are actually pretty cute.

 

Sidewalk Waterbed

woensdag, januari 9th, 2013

Straight copied out of your dreams: a waterbed sidewalk. Though this idea has only been used as an art form, you can do some nice guerrilla with it!

Guerrilla Art | Banksy in real life

donderdag, mei 10th, 2012

British Photographer Nick Stern has recreated the work of the world’s most elusive graffiti artist Banksy. (Bron: Viralmente.blogspot.com)