“As Above, So Below” is an impressive video projection that was mapped on the Manhattan Bridge in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
Guernica is a painting by Pablo Picasso. It was created in response to the bombing of Guernica, Basque Country, by German and Italian warplanes at the behest of the Spanish Civil War, on 26 April 1937. Guernica shows the tragedies of war and the suffering it inflicts upon individuals, particularly innocent civilians.
We’re highlighting today a digitally-rendered 3D tour of Picasso’s landmark work. It’s the creation of Lena Gieseke, a visual effects artist who, once upon a time, was married to the filmmaker Tim Burton.
I’m not sure what’s more impressive, the fact that this exists, or the fact that it looks damn near identical to how George Lucas portrayed it.
This trick artwork was created by Kurt Wenner for Universal Studios Japan’s 10th anniversary. The work features Spiderman, and in addition to creating a 3D effect with Kurt’s use of anamorphic perspective, this work also leverages 3D Stereoscopic effect (only viewable when wearing Color Code 3D blue and amber glasses).
The work itself is approximately 50 feet long and 20 feet wide, and incorporates original vertical artwork as well as existing elements of Universal Studios into the artwork (the background New York Library set that was used in the film Ghostbusters).
Mac ‘n’ Cheese is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. This roughly two minute animation took about five months to make, and about a bajillion peanut butter sandwiches.