February 23, 2014

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Baku Maeda

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PHOTO : Syusaku Nagahama (アンド ボーダー)
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MODEL :Baku Maeda

[Longing for Spring @Sapporo], 2014

最低気温ー14℃。
約5ヶ月という長い間、深い雪に閉ざされる札幌。
約2日間、外気でゆっくりと凍らせた氷のマスクは、
その冷たさとは裏腹に美しく、ゆっくりと溶けながら
映しこむ表情を変えていく。
作品名の「Longing for Spring」(春を待ちわびて) 
は、北の地の寒く冷たい自然の中に人の体温を感じさせる作品である。

The low temperature is 6.8°F. 
The city of Sapporo has been covered heavily with snow for five month. 
It is long winter. For creating an ice mask, I froze the water with cold air for two days.
Contrary to the coldness, it melts slowly and changes beautifully the expression that I represent. 

This work of art ”Longing for Spring” lets you feel a sense of warmth in a land of extreme cold.

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1,2,3,4,5 - a book for children by Robert Doisneau
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1,2,3,4,5 - a book for children by Robert Doisneau

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Erdal Inci - Light Pattern GIFs

Erdal Inci is İstanbul based multidisciplinary artist.

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February 9, 2014

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February 7, 2014

iheartmyart:

MegaFon will be introducing a building on February 7th, 2014 that will render attendees faces to be 26 m tall on the facade at Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. The installation is designed by Asif Khan and developed by Swiss firm iart

See video of the kinetic test. 

The design of a 2000 sq.m pavilion and landscape for MegaFon, one of the largest Russian telecoms companies and general partner of the Sochi Winter Olympics.

3D photo booths within the pavilion and across Russia in MegaFon retail stores will scan visitors’ portraits to be recreated by the pavilion. It’s facade is designed to function like a huge pin screen.

It is made up of over 10,000 actuators which transform the building’s skin into a three-dimensional portrait of each visitor’s face. The concept is to give everyone the opportunity to be the face of the Olympics.

The structure is sited at the entrance to the Olympic Park, and incorporates an exhibition hall, hospitality areas, a rooftop viewing deck, an amphitheatre and 2 broadcasting suites.

January 26, 2014