Nice little animation test of glowing lift dail numbers. Factory Fifteen re-invents the classic lift dial in several modern digital screen displays for European Land for one of their luxury residential buildings in west London.
Photographer Patrick Rochon made some brilliant light painting for Red Bull Illume 2013. Rochon tried to capture the motion of wake boarders. More images behind the more bottom.
Polish designer Pani Jurek made a chandelier inspired on chemist Marie Curie. The chandelier is made from laboratory test tubes, set in two plywood bands. This surprising material and geometric shape makes this lamp both classic and innovative. The double glass cylinder recalls Art Deco forms in a unique contemporary way. The use of ready-made objects gives an appearance with a Duchamp idea. The lamp is inspired by the Polish scientist, Maria Sklodowska-Curie, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The tubes are detachable and the lamp provides the opportunity for visual experiment by creating a variety of configurations and arrangements.
Photographer Jakob Wagner takes photos of nightscapes. Some of his photos show an interesting contrast between dark nature and bright overly illuminated urban areas. The images are futuristic and makes man wonder about how bright cities in the future will become. More image after the more button.
Smoking Robot made this sweet animation called Obsolete. Everything seems to be backlit and hence silhouetted. In the animation light is used in a very abstract manner which perfectly catches the atmosphere of a gloomy factory and a desolate bare plain.
Obsolete tells the story of a robot starting work in a decrepit toy factory. Trapped in the factory all its life it is curious about the outside world, watching a bird through the factory wall each day. When it mistakes a toy on the production line for the bird one day it sets the robots escape in motion.