Artists around the world contributed their most amazing dreams—and their working files with layers. The PSDs were animated layer by layer to create this video (made with Photoshop, of course!) celebrating #Photoshop25
Ukranian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin has performed his stunning visual interpretation of Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” and it’s so good, you have to see it to believe it.
Directed by David LaChapelle, the atmospheric video sees the 25-year-old pirouette and sauté to the chart-topping anti-gay oppression anthem, against a beautiful backdrop of a studio amongst the trees.
Former British Royal Ballet principal dancer Polunin performs dressed only in nude tights, as sunlight glimmers through the white room’s arched windows, creating a spiritual effect.
His passionate four-minute sequence reflects the demons of Hozier’s hit and showcases his impressive artistry and skill.
Ballet Dancer: Sergei Polunin
Direction: David LaChapelle
Cirque du Soleil, ETH Zurich, and Verity Studios have partnered to develop a short film featuring 10 quadcopters in a flying dance performance. The collaboration resulted in a unique, interactive choreography where humans and drones move in sync. Precise computer control allows for a large performance and movement vocabulary of the quadcopters and opens the door to many more applications in the future.
Take a look at the Behind the scene.. sorry Behind the technology video:
Dolce & Gabbana Men Fall/Winter 2014 Campaign Dolce & Gabbana designer Domenico Dolce photographs the Italian fashion label’s fall/winter 2014 advertising campaign. Posing for the engaging campaign photos, models Evandro Soldati, Mariano Ontañon, Miks, Misa Patinszki, Noah Mills and Ryan Barrett come together to model the regal designs for fall/winter 2014.
Using the Norman kings of Sicily as their muse for the season, designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana dream up a rich outing with printed suiting and sportswear for a culturally rich treatment of menswear.
Is Dolce&Gabbana going to wear Game of Thrones characters?
See the full shoppable film on NOWNESS here: