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Contemporary Australia’ by Nick Bassett, explores an important facet of our urban character by using images of Australian native flora as visual metaphors of the iconic Sydney Harbour New Year’s Eve fireworks display.
The flowers burst forth, on paper and in our minds- Australia, Sydney, millions of people by the harbour
French actor, director, screenwriter and producer Jacques Tati’s masterful 1967 comedy “ Play Time” is a classic satire on modernist architecture, urbanisation and tourism, a perfectly orchestrated city symphony
Tati’s gloriously choreographed, nearly wordless comedies about confusion in an age of high technology, reached their apex with Play Time where characters, story, and dialogue are all but absent, creating a lasting record questioning whether the new is really all that better than the old it is replacing.
A selection of 39 artistic photographs by Rahi Rezvani will be exhibited in all its glory, with a towering height of 4.5 meters, thus generating an emotional trip into the mysteries of the human soul, image by image.
‘All people are different, but some are more different than others’
To co-incide with the Salone 2015 – Taschen opened its first Italian flagship store during Salone, in the historic center of Milan, in an area known for its independent bookstores
The interior design of the 120 sq metre museum like space is true to Taschen’s bold, eclectic spirit.
It fully embodies unique craftsmanship with cutting edge design and display components, all set to showcase extraordinary art and fashion talent from across the world.
At the Chelsea Flower Show 2014, the Gold medal winning Daily Telegraph Garden designed by Italian Tomasso del Buono and his American partner Paul Gazerwitz was inspired by both English and Italian gardens.
This is an Italian garden for the modern era, featuring some of the guiding principles of Italy’s great historical tradition re-interpreted in a 21st century idiom.
For the OK Go Needing Getting music video a car, outfitted with numerous pneumatic arms and devices, is driven through a specially-designed course by the band’s lead singer Damian Kulash, with the other band members as passengers.
During the course, the cars’ arms strike at various musical instruments aligned on the sides of the 2 mile long Los Angeles dessert – including pianos, guitars, glass jars, and plastic drums – the arrangement and tuning of these instruments create the melody of the song as the car drives by them.