Sometimes when we have an idea, (well actually we have tons of them) and make a quick sketch, do nothing with those sketches, except for storing them in The Mimi Berlin Library of Ideas. We have a library filled with ideas. This is one of them: From the series Mimi Berlin’s Life in an Unreal world:Small People. This idea has been stored for almost half a year!
But just in time; before this idea gets old, we have opened the library. These are some of the ‘Small People’ sketches. We used them for an editorial in issue #3 of Woth Wonderful Things Magazine. We’ll keep you posted on the result!
Full Plastic Jacket by Graham Hughes is a short stop-motion animation using toy plastic army men in a Lego town. A patrol are ambushed in the ongoing war between green and grey. (via Graham Hughes on YouTube)
Wow, again a great fashion spectacle by the House of Chanel; they created every girl’s dream, a lifesize dollhouse! Build in the Grand Palais in Paris with a green lawn and a blue sky……We also really loved the retro hairdo’s created by Sam McKnight.
Make sure to watch the instagram video of the finale at @vogueparis
Sad Ukelele Dog was sculpted by Scott Wetterschneider and designed by Shinbone’s very talented associate, Matheus Muniz. Muniz is an imaginative and energetic character designer.
Tear Drips by Travis Lampe
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For our Friend Petronella:
-Rony the Peculiar! by South Korean artist AJO777 her popular character, is standing 6″ tall (15.24cm), this peculiar being is available in 2 colorways, limited to 100pcs worldwide. “Psychic boy Rony comes to steal your mind, giving toys and candies to please…” (€47,- at Mighty Jaxx) -Wish Upon Me; hand painted art collectible by Yoskay Yamamoto in collaboration with Mighty Jaxx –“Sad Ukelele Dog was sculpted by Scott Wetterschneider and designed by Shinbone’s very talented associate, Matheus Muniz. Muniz is an imaginative and energetic character designer who we love working with.” via www.shinbonecreative.com) -Classic Circus Dodo by Matheus Muniz (via valencygenis.com)
We never heard of the term Play Art, but last week we found a site (the only one actually) which categorized art from the past 20th and 21st century with this term. According to Ernst Lurker of Playart.org it all started with Duchamp‘s Bicycle Wheel in 1903. The latest work on his site is by Lygia Clark made in 2013 (see image above) After seeing the art categorized by Ernst Lurker under “Play Art” we thought an exhibition on “Play Art” is a nice way for people who don’t like or “understand” art ’cause it should trigger you inner, curious, child. Mr Lurker of Playart.org already has a concept for a museum…. Continue reading →