Sparkling geometric table by John Foster

•March 11, 2013 • Leave a Comment

I love this table by Minneapolis-based artist John Foster. Built from colorful geometric shapes, the piece reflects a sparkling, prism-like light across the room.







National Geographic’s Augmented Reality

•November 10, 2011 • Leave a Comment

National Geographic is having some fun with one of their newest PR stunts. By building an augmented reality set-up, with the help from company Appshaker, visitors at the mall experienced a shocking surprise; they were able to see animals, both alive and extinct, come to life before their very eyes. Not only animals, but also weather systems and even the historic moon walk. Check out the video below




•February 28, 2011 • Leave a Comment

This is an online portfolio of some of my recent work for you to have a look at:


•November 24, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Fantastic graphic design and motion graphics company based in Argentina. The animation on their work is simply superb

Check out their website at –



Animals on the Underground

•December 7, 2009 • 1 Comment

Animals on the Underground are animals created using only the tube lines, stations and junctions of the London Underground Map. Paul Middlewick who first spotted them in 1988 has a great imagination. The original animal, the elephant was discovered while Paul was staring at the tube map during his daily journey home from work. Since then, the elephant has been joined by many others from bats to bottlenose whales .

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3D Building Projections

•November 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

This is a new form of art to me but I think the results look amazing. These 3D projections are custom made for each building through a process of 3D mapping which is then used as the basis for the artwork presented. I think you’ll agree, the end results are staggering. It seems to be becoming more popular nowadays as a striking new form of advertising or as a performance piece in its own right.

Crazy Enough

•November 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

When I saw this title sequence made up out of very simple shapes i was inspired to have a go at After Effects. This piece was made by a student at Vancouver Film School and uses thousands of keyframes. Truly brilliant piece of work