| EYES OF THE SKIN |

photography by Katrin Freisager

Katrin’s most famous works show young women in dream-like states – abstracted. Her subtle game with costumes and body compositions generate that small frame and mysterious atmosphere that make her work unique. It may seem gaunt, but there’s more to her photographs than just what the eye can see – an entrancing, disrupting uncertainty. Playing with the ambivalence of fiction and reality, she manages to make her images take us to the future and the past at the same time.

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| INTERACTIVE GOLDEN TOUCH |

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The song “Golden Touch” interpreted by Japanese pop star Namie Amuro has recently been revealed through a colorful interactive video. Directed by Masashi Kawamura, this creative music video features a simulated interactive button that let the viewer experience different kind of touches.

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| EYEBODEGA |

EyeBodega are a New York City based design agency who create what can only be described as smooth chaos. Comprised of designers Rob Chabebe and Joe Perez, EyeBodega’s catalogue is packed full of tongue-in-cheek branding and graphic design work with an impeccable colour palette.

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| TIERNEYGEARON |

THE MOTHER PROJECT

“Tierney Gearon’s photographs have been called manipulative, disturbingly ambiguous, even perverse; the London police demanded that the Saatchi Gallery which first showed the offending photos of her young children take the pictures down. Tierney has always maintained she loves her subjects deeply and understands them better than anyone else. How could she not? They are her family.”

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| O D Y S S E Y |

Several years ago, Russian graphic designer Ruslan Khasanov was cooking with oil and soy sauce when he stopped to appreciate the strange relationship between the two fluids as the pooled and mixed in unexpected ways. The observation lead to his creation of Pacific Light, a sort of experimental music video meets science project that captures the up-close interactions of ink, oil, and soap. Khasanov just released a follow-up video—now with glitter!—called Odyssey. Music by Ilya Beshevli.

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