LESS WORDS, MORE PICTURES.

January 25th, 2010

7000WORDS presents 7 pictures every week contributes by an outstanding contemporary. Last week it was Paul Snowden, his pictures: LESS WORDS, MORE PICTURES.

If You Could Collaborate — Job & Roel Wouters

January 20th, 2010

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 is a film made by Job Wouters & Roel Wouters for If You Could Collaborate exhibition. In this film they use their new spray-painting machine called the Rainbow gun, to spray the numbers 1 till 7. That’s it. Their matching shirts make it perfect.

Il mio solo idolo è la realtà

January 20th, 2010

“Il mio solo idolo è la realtà” by David Lieske.

WOW!

December 10th, 2009

WOW!, balloon typography by Amandine Alessandra.

WOW! by Amandine Alessandra

WOW! by Amandine Alessandra

WOW! by Amandine Alessandra

found at pan-dan

Good Things Take A Second

November 23rd, 2009

The quotes on these billboards are from the emails Tim Rehm and Tim Sürken wrote to and received from clients during their freelance work at HORT. They then made these billboards for an exhibition called “hier und anderswo” at the MARTa Herford museum last summer.

HORT

HORT

HORT

HORT

I Don’t Want I Want

November 17th, 2009

“I Don’t Want I Want” by Marte Kiessling.

I Don't Want I Want

Heaven and Hell are Just one Breath Away!

October 26th, 2009

Heaven and Hell are Just one Breath Away! by Andy Warhol.

Heaven and Hell are Just one Breath Away! by Andy Warhol

found at dropular

I Can Not Do It Anymore

October 25th, 2009

I Can Not Do It Anymore by Olaf Breuning.

I Can Not Do It Anymore by Olaf Breuning

found at theSupermarket

You’re Just My Type

October 23rd, 2009

You’re Just My Type” is a project by Jonathan Brandel. He was inspired by the typeface pyramid by Formconspiracy and turned it into a kinetic Processing sketch. The music in this video is “Stay Away From Being Maybe” by Telefon Tel Aviv, you might want to see it fullscreen.

Jonathan Brandel

Jonathan Brandel

ONE THING COMES AFTER THE OTHER

October 9th, 2009

ONE THING COMES AFTER THE OTHER by Damon Zucconi.

And here’s a bonus: Pole Shift.


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