French artist Miguel Chevalier recently created a series of amazing 3D projection mappings that added a mesmerizing flair to a University of Cambridge charity event. The fundraising campaign organized by the university featured Chevalier’s designs front and center in the King’s College Chapel, as they wrapped the historic interior in a countless of changing colors, patterns,… Continue reading King’s College Chapel 3D Projection Mapping
The largest projected image has a total surface area of 19,099.3 m² (205,582.33 ft²) and was achieved by the Moscow International Festival ‘Circle of Light’ on 4 October 2015. The gigantic video projection was screened on the Ministry of Defence building in Moscow, Russia and was approved by Guinness World Record for the largest projected image in the… Continue reading World’s Largest Projected Image in Moscow
Uncage the Soul Productions created an incredible short film that illustrate the journey from Portland’s past to present. The production company sorted through more than 5000 black and white photos in the process to complete this beautiful project. The film shows historic photos of Portland, Oregon shot 100 years ago blended with present photos, revealing the changes of… Continue reading Incredible Then-and-Now Journey Through Portland
A clever collection of composite photos of the liberation of Paris during world war II by French art director Julien Knez. He brings together scenes from 1940s Paris with peaceful pictures of the city we visit now. Knez says he put the striking collection together to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the city’s liberation from Nazi control in… Continue reading Then And Now: Stunning Composite Photos of Paris
French artist Miguel Chevalier was inspired by the architecture and culture of oriental universe and imagines “Digital Arabesques”, a generative and interactive virtual-reality installation projected on the floor of Al Majaz waterfront, as part of the 17th islamic art festival in sharjah. The Digital Arabesques 2014 revisits the traditional art of islam through the medium… Continue reading Digital Arabesques 2014 in Sharjah
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the historic Fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, Google Doodle has created a commemorative video that features images of the Berlin wall when it was whole with scenes of pieces of that same wall scattered around the world.
These incredible photos you see here capture the intricate detail of the Persian’s beautiful Islamic architecture in Iran. Photographer Mohammad Domiri, 23-year-old, captured these amazing shots using a variety of techniques such as panoramic shots and fisheye lenses. Most of Domiri photography concentrate on Islamic mosque architecture, heavily decorated with mesmerizing geometric patterns and mosaics.
Getty Images photographer Peter Macdiarmid took a set of old collection of photos from the World War One and combine them with similar present day images. These composite images show how places across London and further afield looked during the war compared to now. via: Telegraph