May 2011 - Stephan Decaux Stephan Decaux

Tree Hotel

Tree hotel

“Remember when you were a little kid without a care in the world, running around the hills of Sweden? Um. Yeah. Us neither. Anyway, this Swedish Tree Hotel is probably the coolest tree house ever, , with an inviting interior and 360╦Üviews of your surroundings. The hotel is completely encased in mirrored glass, so your vacation spot is intantly camoflouged in the forest. The hotel is scheduled to be built next year in Harads, in northern Sweden. Check out what this upgraded treehouse looks like inside. ”

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Next Level Anatomy

Some work illustrated and sculptured. Fictive characters held to the light of science. Ever wondered how the anatomy of Pikachu, Mickey Mouse or a rubber duck looked like?

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Procedural Crumble

One of the most recent tutorials of the masters of tutorials ‘Video Copilot’, and of course with Andrew Kramer, the guy who can teach you more than the average teacher. A nice title effect, crumbling text from a wall with all the pieces falling down and smoke coming up. The sound and the camera shakes for a really good looking effect.

Go learn something : Tutorial 116. Procedural Crumble

I’m on one

DJ Khaled – I’m On One (Feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne)

Save the world.

Swedish House Mafia – Save The World (Official Video)

Swedish House Mafia – Save The World

Dick Bruna – Dutch Profiles

Miffy, or in Dutch ‘Nijntje’ the cute little female rabbit, Dick Bruna won the hearts of children from all over the world. Dutch Profiles is a series of short documentaries about architects, graphic, product and fashion designers in the Netherlands. Today is Dick Bruna in the picture. The still working 83-year old illustrator talks about his own style and more.

Olifantenpaadjes

Morgen verschijnt het boek van Jan-Dirk van der Burg. Vandaag verscheen hij in DWDD om het fenomeen toe te lichten. Een interessant fenomeen.

Weinigen weten wat olifantenpaden zijn, velen bewandelen ze dag in dag uit.

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