360° Mapping Projection of Tokyo, visualized as an Art City by Naked

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「TOKYO ART CITY by NAKED」巨大模型とプロジェクター100台で“東京”を体感 写真11


Naked
is a Tokyo-based creative studio that exercise in the field of digital, realising artistic works, digital exhibitions, projection mapping, light installations and more. The latest project of Naked is TOKYO ART CITY, an art event exploring Tokyo through symbols of the city with a projection mapping in 360°. The human activity of Tokyo is expressed as particles of light spreading out in multiple dimensions. The artwork is located at Gallery AaMo in Tokyo from june 16th to september 3th, 2017.


Naked’s statement

When it is assumed that art is not “nature” but “acts stacked by people”, the theme “city is art” emerged. Because “city” does not mean an administrative division with high population densities on which tall buildings are lined up, because it is the collection of acts that people gathered and accumulated. The words “art in city” and “city is art” are similar. People’s work continues. If…

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Amazing Photos of Light from the Inside of a Cello

Originally posted posted by  https://twistedsifter.com/ Adrian Borda is an artist (surrealist painter) and photographer from Reghin, Romania. Inspired by an old print campaign for the Berlin Philharmonic, Borda managed to take a fascinating series of photos from the insides of old instruments like a cello and contrabass. To achieve these shots, Borda fit a Sony NEX-6 camera equipped... Continue Reading →

Light of Masterpieces

What happens when the light touches masterpieces of the present day? “Guardians of Time”,  a series of famous sculptures that marked art of our time, illuminated in various ways, keeps on watching on the mankind since 2006 when the first sculpture was created by remarkable Austrian artist Manfred "KILI" Kielnhofer. Ever since,  “Guardians of Time”,  travel around... Continue Reading →

Space.

Open the pod bay doors, Hal... I only scratched the surface of lighting in movies in the last post I've written Light as a storyteller and I simply got intrigued - my curiosity doesn't let me go so here is my collateral damage. As a huge admirer of Stanley Kubrick movies, I will be subjective... Continue Reading →

Hidden Beauty

                      Somehow, we think that beauty and greatness of our Mother Nature is always out there in the open waiting for us to capture the perfect moments of her creativity... But, we simply need to ask our selves is it only just our prejudice? What... Continue Reading →

Sindhorn Residence Lighting Design by Dazzle Design

Wison Tungthunya & W Workspace

Sindhorn Residence
Lighting Design » Dazzle Design
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Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department Of ARCHITECTURE • Landscape Architects » TROP

Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department Of ARCHITECTURE • Landscape Architects » TROP

Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department Of ARCHITECTURE • Landscape Architects » TROP

Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department Of ARCHITECTURE • Landscape Architects » TROP

Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department Of ARCHITECTURE • Landscape Architects » TROP

Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department Of ARCHITECTURE • Landscape Architects » TROP

Sindhorn Residence • Lighting Design » Dazzle Design • Interior Architects » Department…

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Light as a storyteller

Today we will go back in time and travel with the speed of light (heheh) (sorry) I am fascinated how artists in the past who had limited technology and resources were able to express their talents and were telling the story within the art piece mostly with lighting. Lighting is able to create certain moods,... Continue Reading →

Mosslamp

"Green oasis enclosed inside a glass bowl," as its designer calls it, is new indoor lighting concept made of recycled plastic which the moss grows over. At the bottom of the pre-formed glass shape is LED lamp which produce heat making a perfect climate for moss to grow and specific lighting concept at the same time.... Continue Reading →

Japanese Lines of Light

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Setsugekka Japanese Cuisine is a 1,300㎡ restaurant located in China, Changchun designed by Shanghai Hip-pop Architectural Decoration Design Co. The studio designed the interior in order to influence people’s thoughts and behavioral pattern across the restaurant.

Conveying the customer’s core values and aspirations, the restaurant itself reflects the “setsugekka,” a vital aspect of Japanese culture that refers to the seasons of the year: blue-white (winter), yellow-white (autumn) and pink-white (spring). Each hue dictates the essence of the restaurant by using the colors in vivid LED lights around the interior space.


Setsugekka Japanese Cuisine
Photography, Zhang Jing



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