Swiss photographer, Jean Revillard’s project Sarah on the Bridge documents the journey of a young girl who travels from Ghana to Italy where she hopes to make a future as a dressmaker. Upon arrival, Sarah enters the vortex of modern slavery often connected with migration, as she is forced to pay back her debts by selling her body in a forest near the Italian town of Turin.
The latest creation of French director Romain Gavras is an epic commercial for Samsung’s new Smart TV. The impressive spot shows a random collection of iconic characters, from roman warriors to cowboys and cheerleaders, racing down a beautiful beach. Despite the cheesy ending, the combination of the concept and cinematographic perfection definitely shows Gavras’ brilliance. via
This is one of the most inspiring video-clips we’ve encountered this year. The captivating black-and-white visual consists of still images tied together, depicting a story of a boy and his father. A mind boggling, creative piece with a great impact. A must watch!
This magnificent installation by Christo gives his audience a spectaculair view on light. The Big Air Package is constructed of mixed fabric and circular ropes. It’s 90 meters long and 50 meters wide, which makes this heavenly white dome the largest, indoor air-sculpture ever built. The light material and mixed layars create a diffuse light throughout the interior which creates a unique experience. On view from March 16 to December 30 in the Gasometer Oberhausen, Germany.
Adam Leon’s Gimme the Loot is an endearing urban adventure about two hustling teenagers in New York. It’s a two day narrative journey in which Sofia and Malcolm, two graffiti-artists in need of money, plot to bomb the Mets’ home run apple. With a near-zero budget, writer Adam Leon managed to create an authentic representation of the Bronx and it’s graffiti culture. It is a fresh picture that definitely deserves exposure: Gimme the Loot already won the Grand Jury prize at this year’s…