USA, Arizona is the theater of the incredible Miles, never stopping to twist and turn, here in his wingsuit
Miles is stoked pretty much all the time. The US Air Force brat made his first solo skydive at 25 and he’s made over 3100 since. The Wingsuit expert now teaches BASE jumping in Twin Fall’s Idaho where he can share his love of flying.
Serbian artist from Belgrade Luka Klikovac presents a set of colorful pictures representing fluid formation in water.
The artist only used his camera and advanced lighting system to reveal realistic and tangible spaces where wondrous motions of strange forms occur, thereby creating psychedelic effects.
Berlin-based (Germany) artist Irene Anton reveals her “Intervention Invading Network”, a series of installations in different locations around the world.
For each network, 100 to 150 recycled pairs of tights are tied together shaping interconnected lines and nodes, or stuffed pantyhose bulbs.
Japanese artist Keita Sagaki presents his latest incredible drawings. The artist is indeed an expert in highly detailed portraits comprised of thousands smaller sketches.
The style of Keita Sagaki is deeply influenced by Mandaras, naturalistic representations of the shrines and the deities, since his father introduced him to them at the age of 10.
Miami-based detail sculptor, painter and animator Jen Stark mixes vibrant colors to create hypnotic paper sculptures.
Her work echoes mathematical patterns and concepts, rendering an amazing infinity-shaped quality.
California-based photographer Heidi Lender unveils a whimsical and thoughtful series of pictures. As a nod to her mum, “She Can Leap Tall Buildings” represents all the different roles women take on.
Mom played the roles of wife, mother, daughter, income-earner, independent-thinker, hostess, dinner-maker, family accountant, homework tutor and household organizer without a bat of her mascara’d eyelashes.
Fritz Junior Jacquet is passionate by fine art since his younger age. The self-taught man of folding has developed a unique style that distinguishes him from other Origami masters.
Originating from Haiti, Junior now lives in Paris, France. He takes part every year at the MASTER OF ORIGAMI, the most prestigious international meeting of origami.
“World famous designer Karim Rashid partnered up with the Danish retail furniture chain BoConcept on a new line called The Ottawa Collection, launching this March at their Home Quarter in Liverpool.
The collection takes its name from a retrospective look over Karim’s design career, which started at college in Ottawa, Canada. It is his first comprehensive interiors collection. It seems a great opportunity to get your hands on some affordable pieces from the master of contemporary design.
A bit of fun for this new World Record in the US: 850 people in New Orleans set the biggest “human mattress dominoes”.
The chain of quality Hotel services La Quinta Inn & Suites wrangled 850 employees – one for each hotel owned by the company, while the mattresses were provided by the Simmons Bedding Company and will be donated to charity.
Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto has created a suspended labyrinth sculpture called “Crazy Hyperculture In The Vertigo Of The World” at the Faena Art Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The visitor uses the sky-path to enter the sculpture that covers the entire space. Spices of various colors and scents engage the viewer’s senses further, in order to fully comprehend the experience.
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and brand Blanc Bijou were on show at Maison et Objet, illustrating the innovative potential of crystal and a stunning range of industrial application to a rare natural crystal called fluorite.
Hip-hop Superstar Kanye West has just launched DONDA, a project aimed at collectively affect the world trough [sic] design: “We need to pick up where Steve Jobs left off.”
DONDA will “simplify and aesthetically improve everything we see, hear, touch, taste and feel” by “putting creative’s in a room together with like minds”.
A brilliant interview of Robert Pecnik, my favorite mountain wingsuit flyer. Robert is maybe the most experienced wingsuit flyer and manufacturer today.
British broadcaster and naturalist, David Attenborough is best known for writing and presenting the nine Life series, in conjunction with the BBC Natural History Unit, which collectively form a comprehensive survey of all life on the planet.
This beautiful video offers a different view of Afghanistan. Because I haven’t been there yet, I always think of pictures of foreign forces and explosions. Here instead, I feel like encountering the real people living a crazy story. Thank you to Lukas and Salome Augustin for their admirable work.