AlvinAllistar

The bottle design i made for yourHeineken.com

Posted in Art, Design, Work by AlvinAllistar on 24 juni 2013

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Hong Yi

Posted in Art, Food by AlvinAllistar on 12 april 2013

Hong Yi

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For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common (and occasionally not so common) food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. With that in mind Yi set out to create landscapes, animals, homages to pop culture, and even a multi-frame telling of the three little pigs. The project, which still appears to be ongoing,

Fabian Oefner

Posted in Art by AlvinAllistar on 12 maart 2013

Fabian Oefner

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Black Hole is the lastest project from Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner who is known for his photographic work with vibrantly colored paints, most notably manipulating it with sound and magnetic ferrofluid. For this latest project Oefner connected a metallic rod to an electric drill which was then covered in paint. Activating the drill then caused to paint to fling violently outward which he then captured with a precisely timed camera.

The motion of the paint happens in a blink of an eye, the images you see are taken only millisecond after the drill was turned on. To capture the moment, where the paint forms that distinctive shape, I connected a sensor to the drill, which sends an impulse to the flashes. These specialized units are capable of creating flashes as short as a 1/40000 of a second, freezing the motion of the paint.

You can see many more high resolution photographs over on his website.

3D Doodler!

Posted in Art, Gadgets by AlvinAllistar on 27 februari 2013

Conceptual Shelving By German Designer Natascha Harra-Frischkorn

Posted in Art, Books, Design by AlvinAllistar on 25 februari 2013

Conceptual Shelving By German Designer Natascha Harra-Frischkorn

Indoor Clouds

Posted in Art, Photography by AlvinAllistar on 16 januari 2013

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Brings the Weather Indoors with his Temporary Nimbus Clouds clouds
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus Cukurkuma Hamam 2012. Photo by Onur Dag.

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Brings the Weather Indoors with his Temporary Nimbus Clouds clouds
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus Platform57 2012. Photo by Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk.

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Brings the Weather Indoors with his Temporary Nimbus Clouds clouds
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus Minerva 2012. Photo by Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk.

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Brings the Weather Indoors with his Temporary Nimbus Clouds clouds
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus 2010.

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Brings the Weather Indoors with his Temporary Nimbus Clouds clouds
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus D’Aspremont 2012. Photo by Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk.

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Brings the Weather Indoors with his Temporary Nimbus Clouds clouds
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus II 2012. Photo by Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk.

Moses is famously known for parting the Red Sea, and Aeolus was said to have bestowed Odysseus with a bag containing the wind, and now Netherlands-based artist Berndnaut Smilde has mastered the art of conjuring clouds as part of his Nimbus series. Smilde’s methods however are less mythic and more practical, instead relying on delicate balance of smoke, moisture and light. Of course science alone doesn’t account for the striking visual impact contained in each image, as the artist carefully selects the perfect location for the creation of each cloud and then painstakingly lights it from behind for the desired effect. Via email Smilde tells me that it can take quite a while to get all of the elements in place for each cloud and that the installation is so fleeting, the use of photography is critical in capturing the split second where everything becomes perfect.



 

Andrew Osokin

Posted in Art by AlvinAllistar on 11 december 2012

Andrew Osokin

We’re all familiar with the most common shapes of ice: snow flakes, icicles, snowmen, cookie dough ice cream. But break out the macro lens and suddenly we’re in unfamiliar territory as ice branches out, curls in on itself, and grows in shapes that look more like the delicate leaves of ferns than solid cold water. Russian photographer Andrew Osokin has done a phenomenal job of capturing such bizarre ice formations, you can explore hundreds more photos over in his LensArt profile.

Eske Rex Pintbal art!

Posted in Art, Design by AlvinAllistar on 29 november 2012

Eske Rex

From the pendulum-based drawing machine by Eske Rex to the art of Tim Knowles who attaches writing implements to trees, I love when the seemingly random lines of chaos (or maybe just physics) are rendered visible using ink or pencil. This latest project titled STYN by Netherlands-based graduate student Sam van Doorn is no exception. Using modified parts from an old pinball machine van Doorn created a one-of-a-kind drawing device that utilizes standard flippers to control a ink-covered sphere that moves across a temporary poster placed on the game surface. He suggets that skill then becomes a factor, as the better you are at pinball the more complex the drawing becomes. See much more on his website, here. My drawing would have a single line that goes between the flippers and then have TILT written all over it

WINNAAR SJP Jong Talent Pitch!

Posted in Advertising, Art, Design, Digital, JUNIOR* Academie, Work by AlvinAllistar on 13 november 2012

Winnaar SJP pitch jong talent!

Probleem:
Steeds minder jongeren kiezen tegenwoordig voor een vak waar ze met hun handen moeten werken. Het kappersvak is hier 1 van. Hier door dreigen grote tekorten in de kappers industrie. Wij gaan daar een campagne voor voeren om jongeren meer te informeren/enthousiasmeren voor het kappersvak.
Kapsels zijn een van de herkenbare factoren van een tijdsbeeld. We gaan terug de geschiedenis in en laten diverse iconen zien met kapsels die voor trends hebben gezorgd. Dit kunnen de krullen van de griekse godinnen zijn tot aan de punk kapsel van de jaren 70.
Hoe gaan we dan dan doen?
De campagne wordt gevoerd met als heading: Welke geschiedenis ga jij knippen? We willen de (potentiele) nieuwe generatie kappers het gevoel geven dat het vak uniek is en niet mag vergrijzen. Als kapper kan je geschiedenis schrijven.. knippen!


Bij de hoofddoelgroep op middelbare scholen hangen we de posters op waar diverse iconen op staan met uiteraard de kapsel van dat tijdsbeeld. Als adaptie daarvan zullen we ook compilatie posters ophangen waar alle iconen bij 1 staan.


Via de posters verwijzen we naar de website waar we het concept in een simpele tijdlijn weergeven. Over elk bekend persoon is er een stukje informatie te vinden, wie het is en belangrijk wat zijn/haar haarstijl was. Er wordt natuurlijk ook informatie vermeld over de diverse opleidingsmogelijkheden en de open dagen.

Applicatie

Additionele activatie middelen

Outdoor campagne

Pruikendag op diverse middelbare scholen

Van de 32 inzendingen naar de 11 voor de presentatie naar de laatste 4 genomineerden voor de begeerde Magneet.

En daar deden we het allemaal voor!

En dan sta je in ene op het podium met je team maatje als winnaar!

Na lang vlammen is dit de kroon op ons werk!

Voorpagina Metro

 

Waarom heeft de jury eigenlijk voor ons gekozen?

Yes yes yes!!!

Zie ook:

http://www.sjp.nl/jong-talent

http://www.adformatie.nl/nieuws/bericht/sjp-reikt-vijf-magneten-uit/

http://www.werf-en.nl/08/11/2012/sjp-magneten-2011-2012-uitgereikt/

Hoe gruwelijk lekker is deze dan!?!?!?!?!

Nathalie Guinamard

Posted in Art by AlvinAllistar on 11 oktober 2012

Nathalie Guinamard

Recent Chelsea graduate Nathalie Guinamard is interested in how our memories and identities are shaped by the physical spaces we live in and the tangible objects with which we surround ourselves. Her work has evolved over the past few years but her fantastic latest updates see her add blocks of gouache to images of interiors from the 1950s and 1960s.

These interventions can range from simple sweeps of block colour to more subtle additions and manipulations all of which make us question our relationships with our living spaces and the almost theatrical precision with which we arrange and furnish them, well aware as we are what our houses say about us.

She says: “The paint is used as an editing tool to carefully select what parts of the image to show and which to hide, leaving certain elements, i.e. furniture, floating in a sea of colour.

“The pictorial space is flattened through the addition of colour, which I hope disorientates and dislocates the viewer. The images I use are carefully selected to be setup or aspirational interiors from mid 20th century interior design books, which acts to further disengage the experience of my work from the reality of lived in spaces.”

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