Timelapse of Incredible Ladakh by Debarup Mukherjee I was traveling in Ladakh on July 2016 for 12 days and have taken over 5000 photos to create this video. All photos were taken at the places like Leh, Nubra Valley which is 10,000 ft above the sea level, the World famous Pangong Tso (Lake) 14,270 ft above the sea level and under the temperature like 7°c – 8°c in the morning and -1°c to 0°c in the night. Here are the details: Total number of photos taken for this timelapse: 5000 Total time taken for all the process: 40+ days Gadget was used: Nikon D5300 with 18-55mm Lens and 55-200mm Lens Locations: Leh, Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso (Lake), Leh – Kargil Highway NH1
FRUITLYMPICS #2: Weightlifting by Andre Maat5
Time-Lapse: Summer 2016 in Montreal
Stone soup by Milán Kopasz - stop motion animation with the special puppetoons technique
As a hopeless romantic, traveler and lover of light, beautiful fragrances, I immediately fell for Fictions, and the stunning products this one-of-a-kind collection has to offer. Fictions, publishers of fine perfume, partners with remarkable creatives to conjure the scent and story of a woman in LOVE. Intriguing, collectible and eminently wearable, the fragrance brand’s editions are set […]
J’ai eu la chance de rencontrer Gérard Butler il y a deux semaines avant les GQ Awards Homme de l’année. J’ai pu l’interviewer dans sa suite. Forcément j’étais stressée, je redoutais la rencontre informelle et le malaise… J’entre dans la […]Ma rencontre avec Gerard Butler sur Le Blog de Betty.
WEARING: PRADA ‘CINEMA’ SUNGLASSES (VIA Edel-Optics), SEZANE ‘JOHNSON’ COAT, ZARA PATENT LEATHER TROUSERS AND KNITTED SWEATER WITH LOW V-NECK, KURT GEIGER OVER THE KNEE BOOTS, CHLOE FAYE BAG, MIMI ET TOI NECKLACE Eventhough the temperature is dropping quickly here in the Netherlands, I have to say that I don’t mind it one single bit. The cold fresh air is just what I need right now. And especially when the sun is shining, like last weekend, it’s just so nice to be outdoors (plus I get to wear my new Prada sunnies. Ha!). Can’t believe it’s only one more day before December! Time flies so fast, it’s just insane. Very excited for the Holidays though!! I have to restrain myself to not already buy a Christmas tree and decorate the house with all kinds of Christmas stuff. It’s my favourite time of the year, and I can’t wait to have a first (normal) Christmas with a healthy Enzo this time.
“Art for art’s sake, money for God’s sake. Gimme the readys. Gimme the cash”, the band 10cc sang in the ‘70s. Kevin Godley, the band’s drummer, and Lol Creme, both former arts school students, were the creative force behind the … Continue reading → The post How To Get Yourself Off The Canvas And Earn Some Money appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Neubau designed this ‘international style’ inspired packaging for Swiss coffee roaster Kaffeepur’s ‘Architecture Edition’. This series of four blends are dedicated to iconic modernist architects such as Le Corbusier, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Oscar Niemeyer and Tadao Ando. Client: Kaffeepur GmbH Designer: Stefan Gandl, Neubau Typeface: NB International™ Pro Bold Year: 2014
Hey folks, it’s been a while. Life got in the way, but I’m back from hibernation and I will try to post more frequently. This work designed by Malva Sawada and creative directed by Andrew Trotter is what got me out of my slumber. It’s a super minimal packaging design for Barcelona based skincare brand, Alex […]
It’s once again time to submit your most brilliant photograph to the Weather Channel’s third Annual “It’s Amazing Out There” photo contest. You have until August 1st to enter your best photograph of nature, adventure and weather for a chance … Continue reading → The post Enter The Weather Channel’s Third Annual Photo Contest appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Semaine dernière, j’ai fait une petite virée au Touquet avec mon amie Lucie, histoire de fuir le mauvais temps parisien. Assez de ce déluge, little sun needed…. Fast! Petite valise facilement faite et nous voila parties pour un road trip. […]le touquet sur Le Blog de Betty.
Gary Hustwit, the director of the documentaries Helvetica, Objectified, and Urbanized, is directing the first feature-length documentary about the life of legendary product designer, Dieter Rams. He has put together a Kickstarter to fund the rest of the filming and production. The backer rewards are great, including posters designed by Michael C. Place of Build. This is […]
Designed by One Trick Pony | Country: United States “To celebrate it’s first anniversary, Taft’s Ale House in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati releases Old Wooden Tooth – a limited-edition Russian Imperial Stout that has been aging in bourbon barrels since the ale house opened last year. Taft’s design shop, 1 Trick Pony, teamed up […]
Designed by Senyor Estudi | Country: Spain “A fine line separates the worlds of wine and beer. Fil is a seam stitched between these two worlds. A sparkling wine made with a type of yeast typically used for brewing beer. The natural formation of bubbles produced by bottle fermentation manifests itself in a multitude of threads of tiny bubbles […]
Business cards have massive potential to keep your audience engaged. When used properly, they act as avenues that drive people to your social media presence, personalize your company and dramatically extend your brand’s footprint. Of course, creating a great design is … Continue reading → The post Brand Creativity: Getting The Most Out Of Your Business Cards appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Designed by Squad Ink | Country: Australia “We constantly find ourselves dreaming up product ideas that bridge the gap between design and product development. Seaworthy Vodka is one of those ideas that we’re proud has made it off the pages in our scrapbook and into production! Inspired by the Australian seaside and the glorious Bloody Mary cocktail –Seaworthy’s unique taste profile […]
Last year, we featured the work of Dutch artist Patrick Bergsma. Featured today is a selection of his newer works, which demonstrate his endless creativity in sculpting floating, post-apocalyptic homes. Appearing to defy gravity, old ramshackle buildings painted in rustic shades … Continue reading → The post Nature Meets Urban Decay In Patrick Bergsma’s Magical, Gravity-Defying Landscape Sculptures appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
New York based artist James Connolly gives old and worn out record covers a new spin. The artist transforms each one by hand painting fun scenes within the given content, turning calm and commercial images into outlandish and other worldly … Continue reading → The post James Connolly Gives Worn Out Record Covers A New Psychedelic Spin appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
   Artist Noah Scalin has created a series of fantasized “anatomically correct” guns. Within his series Anatomy of War, the artist aims to humanize guns in order to depict gun violence as an even more sensitized and complex topic. He … Continue reading → The post Noah Scalin’s “Anatomically Correct” Guns appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Canadian artist Shary Boyle’s beautiful sculptures know no bounds. Her physically delicate yet intrinsically powerful ceramic pieces push boundaries of the real, stretching seemingly ordinary moments into fantastical satire of historic dark realities. Her work explores the complexity of power … Continue reading → The post Shary Boyle’s Powerful Ceramic Sculptures Of Fantastical Satire appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Dear Manystuff followers, I created 10 years ago and now its time for me to take a break and redefine the project. will stay online, as an archive, which I hope will be useful. Thank you for your loyalty and I hope to see you very soon. I wish you a Happy New [...]
Au printemps 2012, Thomas Bizzarri et Alain Rodriguez conçoivent l’identité graphique de la maison d’édition Le Feu Sacré. Pour ce faire, le duo réalise deux caractères : le Feu, un alphabet au dessin géométrique original dont l’usage se limite aux couvertures des ouvrages, et le Thermidor, employé pour les textes courants des éditions. Suite à [...]
Audimat est une revue de critique musicale éditée par le festival Les Siestes Électroniques. Le projet : une écriture sur la musique libérée des contraintes d‘actualité et des formats de la presse périodique. Audimat veut rendre compte de la situation actuelle de la pop music, et l‘éclairer par son histoire. Il s’agit de recenser ce [...]
BLASTERER by velcrowolf
Synergy by Treat Studios
G Romano “I’m Just Fine” by Matteo Montagna
Credit: Ewan Warburton Credit: Andy Williams Credit: Anton Karmanov You may never have given it much thought, but art has the potential to drag traditional, quaint activities or items into the modern world, applying an artistic touch to bring them back into … Continue reading → The post Bingomation: Transforming Bingo Through Modern Art For The Tech Generation appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Welcome to World Design Rankings, a website that provides valuable insight into the entire design industry.  Each year WDR advocates and promotes groundbreaking design through it’s ranking. This international ranking system gives you a snapshot of the state-of-art and design, … Continue reading → The post World Design Rankings appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Commission is a London based studio founded by David McFarline and Christopher Moorby, that specializes in print, packaging, editorial, and advertising design. They created this wonderful brand identity for Freight HHG, a UK homewares store. Commission drew inspiration for the visual system from the typography found on shipping containers.
Mildred & Duck is a Melbourne-based design studio made up of by Sigiriya Brown and Daniel Smith. They specialize in print, digital and environmental media design. They just recently completed a minimal typographic visual identity for window furnishing studio, Barlow & Hunt.
What is art? Well, if Edgar Degas was right and art “is not what you see” but “what you make others see”, then art can be anything. However, what if the vision someone else has isn’t quite what you expected? … Continue reading → The post Is Social Media a Useful Marketing Tool for Artists? appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
RM Pro is a new typeface designed by Mark Bloom of Mash Creative. It’s available in 3 weights – Light, Regular and Bold – as OpenType, and WebFont formats, and includes alternate a’s and l’s, plus a full set of Eastern and Central European characters. RM Pro is available to buy exclusively from T:D:F, and you’ll […]
Rose gold, comme mon iPhone et comme la couleur qui m’obsède en ce moment ! Je vous présente la paire de Reebok que j’ai porté non stop ces derniers jours à Londres ( même sur le lit donc …) C’est […]Foot Locker x Reebok sur Le Blog de Betty.
Designed by Stranger & Stranger | Country: United States “Sonoma’s West County is known for the sea glass on it’s beaches and the local artists who re-use found materials in their work. We thought Sonoma Dry best defined this distinctive gin made from local ingredients.”
Voici les photos que j’ai fait pour la marque de lingerie Barbara ,( il y a beaucoup de noir en blanc en ce moment par ici n’est ce pas ? ^^) La marque a imaginé cette collection doudoune en exclusivité, […]Barbara Ice breaker sur Le Blog de Betty.
Designed by GBX Studio | Country: Italy “Elisir di Trabia is an extra-virgin olive oil produced in Trabia, a small town in Sicily. The name is inspired by the well-known opera “L’elisir d’amore” (The elixir of Love) by Gaetano Donizetti. This olive oil is not a love potion, but you will fall in love with it’s fragrance […]
Jiyong Lee is an artist and educator based in Carbondale, Illinois, who works in the medium of glass art. In a series titled Segmentation, Lee has created fascinating, geometric glass blocks that metaphorically examine life science. Mirroring the processes of cell … Continue reading → The post Jiyong Lee Carves Fragmented, Geometric Glass Blocks That Represent Cell Division And Growth appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Kunihiko Nohara creates lofty sculptures whose subjects hover between the earth and sky. Using a single piece of wood for each of his pieces, Nohara replaces clothing with clouds making his figures seem ready to take flight in a hot … Continue reading → The post Kunihiko Nohara Creates Sculptures That Hang Between The Earth And Sky appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
New York based artist Mindo Cikanavicius photographs portraits of men with foam “facial hair.” Within this series, titled Bubbleissimo, (perhaps making a play on the word “machismo”), the artist distorts the notion of masculinity through a comedic display of the … Continue reading → The post Mindo Cikanavicius’ Comedic Series “Bubbleissimo” Questions The Meaning Of Masculinity appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Designed by jkr | Country: United States “People gravitate towards brands that have a unique story to tell, and few have as rich a history as Budweiser. Since 1876, the brand has represented uncompromising quality and relentless ambition, reflected through the craft and care that goes into brewing every beer. Our task was to capture […]
AnaHell is a photographer who portrays the body in ways that change the way we perceive it. Playing with unusual angles and wigs (see the My Little Phony series, for example), normative representations of bodies are broken down, resulting in … Continue reading → The post Secret Friends: Photographer AnaHell Manipulates The Body Into Freaky And Cute Inhuman Creatures appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Designed by Firma | Country: Spain “Granell coffees are roasted next to the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by the fine weather, sun and scents that shape the Spanish spirit: joy, warmth, passion and spontaneity. In order to take advantage of these values, specially relevant for the international market, we created a unique proposal for them under […]
J’ai passé le weekend dernier à Marrakech à l’occasion du Festival du Film, c’était un weekend génial sur tous les plans, d’abord j’ai eu la chance de voir mon idole Bill Murray, de monter les marches ( ça fait toujours […]Festival du film – Marrackech sur Le Blog de Betty.
Of course: an interior constitutes a comfort zone. But when we zoom in closer on this interior, we can see how thighs are shifting on seats, how hands are caressing arms, how people snuggle up against the back of their chairs and how their feet curl around the legs. It is obvious: sitting is a [...]
Offprint Projects is an independent publishing fair and forum that focuses on specific thematic areas in numerous locations; featuring publications on art, photography, design, experimental music, open culture and activism. Focusing on discerning practices in these fields, we aim to offer members of these communities a context in which they can maintain their integrity, their [...]
Japan//Time-lapse by Madison Beach
Three Ghosts Slept Here by Leonard Ermel ‘Three Ghosts Slept Here’ is a journey through an old spook house, animated with charcoal drawings and stop-motion. A black line meanders through the hallways, interacting with the house in funny and spooky ways.The location inspired me to make this film: ‘Les Anciens Thermes’ is a former hotel and spa in France, where a residency with artists from South-Korea, France and Germany took place. Starting in the room where I slept, the story was created spontaneously, interacting with existing wall drawings and objects. In the end it arrives at a source under the house that contains sparkling water (which led to the construction of the spa in the 17th century). This is, where the ghosts come from.
Bound the Epic Lego Movie by Monitogo Studios
Let me first start by saying: happy (belated) 2017! Hope everyone enjoyed the holidays. Between eating and spending time with my loved ones, I also thought it was the perfect time for a wardrobe clean up. And to putt together my new Ziito Design clothes rails, where I can store all my current favourites. Like my new shearling coat from ZARA, this insanely gorgeous dress from Magali Pascal, grey crossbody bag from Rough Studios and my new My Paper Bag from MYOMY (found at Marington) just to name a few.. But hey, there is always room for more.. ;)
So, I’m pretty excited for the holidays. Before I had Enzo I actually never decorated our home. But you know, when you become a mom, you get all soft and all.. ;) But I have to say it’s now my favourite thing to do; buying a tree together, decorating the house and have Christmas breakfast for with just the three of us. And with my black and gold obsession, it should not come as a surprise that my Christmas decorations are any different. Eventhough I didn’t had the time to buy any new decorations, I did receive a surprise box from Blokker with all kinds of Christmas decorations. I just can’t get over that golden cutlery. LOVE it! I’m super happy with how my table turned out, it feels like a little party that’s going on in my dining area. During the holidays it just needs to pop! Can’t wait for Christmas morning! Unwrap gifts and have breakfast with my own little family. Thanks, Blokker, for saving our Christmas breakfast with all the golden interior goodies! And, to all my readers: ENJOY the holidays!
Counter Print has published a new book called Art Marks, that features a collection of logos from galleries, photographers, artists, museums, educational institutions, theatres, musicians, architects and designers from all over the world. The softbound book was designed by Leterme Dowling at 180x240mm and comes in at 208 pages. You can grab a copy directly from CP’s site.
Box FootLocker x Reebok – Exclusivité Footlocker
Sorbet (awesome name) is a New Zealand based multidiscipline design studio made up of Nicole Miller-Wong and Sheahan Huri. I personally love the work they did for Adé, an online collective of handpicked objects for modern living. I really love the color tones, and the quality of paper stock used.
Exceptional body of work from Wang Zhi-Hong. Take 15 minutes out of your day and go through every project. It’s worth it.
Vous me connaissez, les pièces originales me font rarement peur, quand j’ai vu cette robe je me suis dit qu’elle était pour moi. Comme un petit challenge à relever ! Et au final je suis toujours étonnée de voir à […]Ruffle & Pink powder sur Le Blog de Betty.
The good folks at LG are introducing the UltraWide 21:9 monitors to the creative world in a  unique way. Instead of a boring ad campaign they’ve decided to team up with YouTube sensation and master extreme sports video impresario Devin Graham … Continue reading → The post Sponsored Post: LG’s UltraWide Monitors Team Up With Extreme Sports Video Sensation appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Designed by United Power | Country: Sweden “Bonza is an Australian expression that describes the feeling that spread through the body before you exclaim “hurray!”. Something is bonza if it is superb and amazing, but at the same time laid back and relaxed. People and places can be bonza. This wine is. Therefore, it was namned The […]
Parce que c’est le moment de les poser ici : J’ai hâte de pouvoir vous en dire plus sur ce projet qui verra le jour cette année et surtout de vous répondre ! Bisous Bomber : UNIF Short : Topshopdes questions ? sur Le Blog de Betty.
In a blog post published last week, The Creators Project composed a stunning list of eight artists who sculpt hyperrealistic depictions of the body: Marc Sijan, Xooang Choi, Sarah Sitkin, Jackie K. Seo, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, Jamie Salmon, … Continue reading → The post Eight Artists Who Sculpt Mind-Bending, Hyperrealistic Depictions Of The Human Body appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Designed by Project M+ | Country: United States “Born of love for her self-proclaimed granola connoisseur husband, Jennifer Sommer’s granola comes from the heart. This salty, sweet, nutty, crunchy treat is genuinely irresistible. Originally dubbed Obsessed granola, Sommer House gained an early following of foodie aficionados. Obsessed as people were, the name just didn’t ring true. M Plus developed the […]
Brooklyn based multimedia artist Emily McMaster has created a provocative video series featuring one shot scenes of masochism. Her work invites us into intimate and unsettling moments that provoke questions of power dynamics. Each work is a test for the … Continue reading → The post Emily McMaster’s Unsettling Videos Explore Notions Of Masochism And Femininity appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Comme je vous le disais sur Instagram, voici ma première collaboration avec Givenchy Beauté : la marque sort une box exclusive avec MyLittleBox à l’occasion de la fashion week New Yorkaise. Cette box est un clin d’oeil à la belle […]Givenchy x MyLittleBox sur Le Blog de Betty.
Chad Wys is an artist, designer, and writer from Illinois. Inspired by postmodern thought, Wys’ works examine the reproduction of the image, and the way plural images—as superficial iterations of an original object—operate on us to suggest a sense of … Continue reading → The post Chad Wys Paints Busts And Ceramics In Experimental Colors To Deconstruct Meaning-Making Practices In Art appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Artist Sasha Ira draws stunning portraits of youthful and carefree depictions women. Her collection of work almost acts like an invitation into her sketch book; each drawing exists in a beautifully allusive state, provoking dreamlike moments and open ended thinking. … Continue reading → The post Sasha Ira’s Stunning Portraits of Allusive Youth appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
Designed Thirst | Country: United Kingdom “BlossomGueuze is the latest edition to Lindemans Botanical range. BlossomGueuze is 2 to 3 year old lambic aged in wood, blended with 12 month old lambic and elderflower. After refermentation in the bottle this gueuze has a golden colour and combines the sour taste of lambic with the natural […]
I’ve been here for years. But yes, will be making a return in the year 2016. An entirely new site design is on its way. I will also be acknowledging a more roundabout manner of content that will more holistically acknowledge the life and times of a post millennium creative. So much has changed. […]
Boooook: The Life and Work of Bob Cobbing is the first comprehensive overview of the life and work of the pioneering British concrete and sound poet Bob Cobbing (1920–2002). Boooook addresses all aspects of Cobbing’s rich career, with new essays detailing his key roles in London Film-makers’ Co-op, Better Books, abAna, as well as his [...]
Thomas Mailaender and Ivan Mietton have the pleasure of announcing the creation of their publishing house: Perfect Documents. Perfect Documents’ originality lies in the choice of its production as all the selected objects have the particularity to be “forgotten” objects. Until till now they remained buried in the state of project and were never fabricated [...]

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