“Not Mine” is a wonderfully chaotic motion graphics animation by designer Guy Trefler that’s made entirely out of art, logos, photos, and graphics created by other artists. The animation was his graphic design graduate project at Holon Institute of Technology in Israel. The animation illustrated his graduate thesis — “nothing is original.”
GIFs by Guy Trefler
Filmmaker Casey Neistat explains a clever organizational system, consisting of 39 little red boxes, that he uses in his Manhattan production studio in his latest video. The video is the first segment in his new series on his production studio, the “Studio Series.” Back in 2013 we posted a Gizmodo video in which Neistat gave a tour of his studio.
Artist Robin Barcus Slonina creates wonderful dress sculptures out of unusual materials like garbage bags, poker chips, and beach balls. She has created the sculptures for multiples series, including: “State of Dress,” a series of dresses inspired by U.S. states, and “99¢ Only Store,” a series of dresses made of items purchased at dollar stores.
“Terreurs” is an adorable photo series by Paris-based photographer Laure Fauvel that depicts children defending their bedrooms against nightmarish (yet clearly frightened) monsters. The series was Fauvel’s final project at the French art school, GOBELINS, l’école de l’image.
photos by Laure Fauvel
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New York City-based artist Fred Tomaselli has been adding colorful art to cover pages of The New York Times since 2005. His additions — mainly centered around the newspaper’s photos, but sometimes incorporating the entire front page — vary between abstraction and commentary. The series has been turned into an art book, Fred Tomaselli: The Times, which is available on Amazon.
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