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LAB chats with Remed about his creative process. What inspires Remed? “Consciousness and the way it choose to experiment itself through a body. The relation between the spectator and actor, both within ourself and towards others. Timelessness.”
Inspired by petals, feathers, and scales, this 3D-printed dress by Nervous System is composed of more than 1600 unique pieces interconnected by more than 2600 hinges. Using a smart folding strategy, it emerges from the 3D printer ready to wear.
Stunning aerial photography from Andy Yeung. Yeung on his process: “Looking down, I saw gazillions of buildings soaring high into the skies and the idea of creating a drone series offering a glimpse into the reality of living in one of the most densely populated areas of the world just sprung to my mind.”
These data visual posters by Nicholas Rougeux showcase the vibrant colors used for each line of subway, metro, and other rapid transit systems from major cities around the world. Lines were extracted from real-world layouts of each system and their colors were unified under a general color palette.
American painter and printmaker Julian Stanczak is an influential figure in the Op Art movement. Stanczak’s work is largely based upon structures of color. His work has been included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art.