This video created by Clair and Max is a nice composition of a 4 year trip around the world. They condensed all their rushs in a 4 minute video. This movie makes us wonder a simple thing: Why are we still in front of our computer?
The conflict in Syria escalated as the pressure to oust President Bashar al-Assad intensified. Hurricane Sandy struck the U.S. Northeast leaving heavy destruction a week before the country re-elected Barack Obama as President. In this showcase, the photographers offer a behind the scenes account of the images that helped define the year. Discover this selection made by Reuters in the article.
[WARNING: SOME IMAGES CONTAIN GRAPHIC CONTENT OR NUDITY]
Bakea (from his real name Juan Carlos) is an illustrator, sculptor and artistic designer from Madrid whose work is based on landscape pictures brighten up by imaginary creatures of all sorts. Maybe you'll also notice that your favorite Instagram filters are included in the pictures as well. This original mix is the kind of work that we like here at Barb.fr!
Dear reader, do you have kids? Better, do you live in Akershus, Norway? Because if you do, we certainly found something that will please the child you still have in there: the Ice Cream Castle. Designed by Interior Architects, the shop is a dream came true full of pinguins and colors in which the column in the middle of the room has been “straw” around sucking up all the flavors, strawberry, chocolate, pistachio, mango etc. Yummy!
Here's the Autumn/Winter 2012 lookbook of the english store The Buttery Store. The photos were taken by the photograph Andrew Whitton, going for a nice balance of vivid colour and tonal black and whites between outdoor and studio style shots. Including pieces from Carhartt, Palace, Penfield, Jan Sport, Lee 101 and some other accessories, the lookbook is a good glimpse of what we're gonna want to shop this winter.
Neighborhood is the result of a cooperation between the Department of Design of the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences in Dessau and the NYU. Saskia Kretzschmann and Vera Danilina had the idea to connect two contrary places (the metropolis New York City in USA and the provincial Dessau in Germany) by stylistic features. Music by Johnny Ripper.