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In advance of their new line for 2017, IKEA are set to release teasers announcing their new collaborative ‘YPPERLIG’ collection with Danish furniture company HAY. This first video is as cleverly cryptic as it is surreal and follows the path of a glass ball through an empty apartment – a great way of staying creative without showing any of the new products. The video itself was a collaboration between three different agencies, Kühl & Solvstrom, Nikextension, and Barkas. Can’t wait to see what they come out with next – watch this space 🙂
Directed by Félicien Colmet-Daâge and Ludovic Versace, ‘Staring at the Lines’, the latest music video from Buvette, is a little visual gem leading us into a surreal and mesmerising world, a futuristic dystopia populated with clones. With its colourful compositions and particular aesthetic, this animated vid has some nice references to the famous manga ‘Akira‘. Love it! 🙂
We love this new surreal animated short ‘7 Billion’ by artist Cyriak Harris where rabbits infinitely multiply. Original and very cool 🙂
We love the creations of Telmo Miel, the street art duo of Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann, whose colourful and poetic work mixes images of children and animals into surreal urban compositions. Awesome stuff! 🙂
We love this selection of analogue photomontages by artist Thomas Barbèy who creates a surreal world without any form of digital editing, manipulation or retouching. Using photographs taken throughout the past 20 years, Thomas Barbèy skillfully combines the negatives of his images before enlarging them in a darkroom. Very impressive work! 🙂
Brooklyn NY filmmaker, animator, and musician, Andy Kennedy imagines what your nights look like while you’re dreaming (or having nightmares) with his surreal and mesmerising animated short film ‘Slow Wave’. Awesome stuff! 🙂
Daniel Serva: We love the surreal photographs of Daniel Serva, a young photographer from Venezuela, who takes us into a dreamlike universe using his images to express doubts, feelings, and emotions through unique and captivating compositions. You can follow his creations on Instagram – Awesome work! 🙂
Yuichi Ikehata: An impressive body of work situated between illusion and reality, Fragment of Long Term Memory is a fascinating series by Japanese artist Yuichi Ikehata, who blends sculpture, photography, wire, ceramic, and paper to create surreal images representing incomplete and blurred memories of her own body.