Saturday, November 26, 2011

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Sexy UltraMother ウルトラの母

..... Seems like there are group of fans love image of the UltraMother. Here are some cool CG works by KPF who turns her body into more sexy look. You can see more work at

Illustration by Brosmind
"Brosmind is a studio based in Barcelona founded by Juan and Alejandro Mingarro in 2006. Their style is fresh and optimistic and always combines fantasy and humour. Their illustrations have been awared with the most prestigious international awards, like Cannes Lions, Clio, Eurobest, Graphis, Sol, CdeC, Laus, among others… They are the most published spanish illustrator in Luerzer’s Archive during the last ten years and recently were selected for Luerzer’s Archive Special 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide. The brothers have work for clients such as Nike, Microsoft, Virgin, Gillette, Honda, Land Rover, Volkswagen… but their universe is not fully understood without their personal artistic projects, like Brosmind Army, Brosmind RV and Brosmind City."
[ via designyoutrust ]

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

White Coca Cola Can for WWF

For the first time ever, Coca-Cola is turning its iconic red cans white in celebration of the polar bear and committing up to $3 million to WWF’s polar bear conservation efforts

Common Elements in Action Movie Posters
Black and Red
black and white image with red text always remind you blood and danger.
Black and Orange
Black/orange are always be used in action movie poster, because there are always fire and explosion!!
Sexy Back (most likely contain weaponry)
Very common postures of heroes, always look cool and works well. Remember most part of hero's body must in shadow or lots of black are used.
Running for your life
Running , running and running, no matter escaping or tracing... running post always gives you a dynamic composition. Besides, don't forget the high contrast blue with black.

[ via christophecourtois, ohnotheydidnt ]

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Proposition One by Max De Esteban
Brilliant new series of photographs entitled "Proposition One" by Max De Esteban.
Esteban de-constructs the object he is going to shoot and, layer by layer, he photographs the inner workings. Then he reassembles the objects photographically. This process yields amazing results, giving us an x-ray feel. The photos also show the inner complexities and design that have gone into these classic pieces.

Propostion One: Only the ephemeral

Proposition One depicts obsolete technology products for producing and communicating art.

"The series of images have an x-ray, mortuary quality; as forensic testimonies of a past existence; vestiges of their inner structure can be clearly identified while others fade or have disappeared as in decomposing organic bodies. By eliminating the objects’ individual peculiarities, each photograph becomes a generic symbol of decay and death. While sophisticated and state-of-the-art not long ago, these tools evoke today a sense of fragility, archaism and trauma.

In constructing this photo-installation my concerns are: the consequences of today’s accelerated embracement of new technologies and formats in the art practice; the political implications of technical and functional obsolescence; and the conflicts involved in the concept of progress.

Rapid obsolescence in the working formats and techniques together with hugely superior access to archival resources is modifying the nature of artistic practice, accelerating its democratization and reinforcing its precarious nature."
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