Magical Immersion

  Digital artist Miguel Chevalier took over former Sacré Coeur church in Casablanca and applied his fascinating projection art across the entire nave. Part pixel, part organic, this interactive display called Tapis Magiques evolves in full synchronicity with the music created by Michel Regolfi as well as morphs with the visitors’ movements across the floor. [...]

Scratch ‘n Art

A very creative and interactive initiative from the the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago who is not only bringing art to the street but allowing ordinary people to excavate beauty and become artists in the process. By scratching the poster, the lines reveal a hidden gem but also create a new art piece as [...]

Architecture in Motion

This 3D animation called “Walking City” is a beautiful fusion of man and building, a 60′s avant-garde view of flesh and matter. It was directed by Matt Pyke a few years back, but is still relevant.   Walking City from Universal Everything on Vimeo. Share on Facebook

The Human Spirograph

Let’s just call it what it is, really (while not diminish the artistic quality of his work). Tony Orrico, who I believe also dances (cute butt too), uses the symmetry and synchronicity of his body limbs to traces continuous lines that eventually become complex shapes inspired by the theory of chaos. These art pieces, part [...]

Canine Grimaces

Everyone knows I LOOOOVE dogs. So I could not resist posting these great images by Carli Davidson. Funny and fascinating at the same time, these pictures capture moments almost invisible to the naked eye, due to speed of course. Carli, an award winning and internationally renowned photographer has an innate ability to showcase animal personality. [...]

How Innovation Happens

As part of a campaign to promote Steve Johnson’s new book “Where Good Ideas Come From“, the video below gives you in 4 minutes the principles of innovation. The whiteboard drawing would make a great poster in the office! The book is available as pre-order on Amazon (release date: October 5, 2010) Share on Facebook

Totem

Photographer Alain Delorme went to China and brought back these amazing images of hard working people. Yes, this is real. They do manage to pile things up on tricycles and go around town. Check out the fascinating series. Share on Facebook

Carpet Therapy

I was always impress by carpets found in convention centers and hotels. They are just deliciously ugly, for the most. And I guess Vegas would push such design to the extreme. This article in Wired features Dave Schwartz, Director of the Center for Gaming Research, at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.  His theory:  casino [...]

Dedo Message Board

Talk about making a message board fun and tactile. And who doesn’t love fake fur. Available at Arcademi (online store). Start petting… Share on Facebook

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Inspiration is everywhere and these are my discoveries. This blog is a collection of initiatives I find throughout the web, from clever marketing campaigns to incredible artistic expressions.
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MARCO GERVASIO
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