El Anatsui. Gravity and Grace.

Al Anatsui was born in Ghana at 1944 , and works as art teacher at Nigeria University since 70’s. This pieces selection belongs an exhibition called Gravity and Grace, in wich the artist converts found materials into a new type of media between sculpture and painting; combining traditions from his birth country, Ghana, and his… Continue reading

New colors in the mortuary industry

Like most cultures, Japanese funerals are somber affairs. After the terrifying natural incidents of 2011, the funeral home Nishinihon Tenrei approached to the I&S BBDO ad agency, to create an ad to buck the trend of muted colors prevalent in the mortuary industry. I&S BBDO responded with this unprecedented figure of a skeleton made with… Continue reading

Bernard Pras. Portraits

Bernard Pras was born in 1952 in France. After 20 years working as a painter, Pras starts using this form of expression, using photography as a tool to capture his installations. The french artist recreates portraits of icons using found objects, arranged in a specific form. Chapeau!


The film is set in post-nuclear Tokyo in a dimension not so distant from ours. Young salary-man’s morning commute takes a surreal turn. Written & Directed by: Yukihiro Shoda Cinematographer: Ryouken Okamura