Posts tagged Ile-de-France
Un tour de Manège (a merry-go-round) is a beautiful animation, made by students from ‘Les gobelins’ in Paris.
I love the colours in the illustrations, and the way it tells the story and show different emotions with few things!
Good news! There will be a Takashi Murakami expo in Paris! I have been waiting to see his work for a while and if you read often this blog you have probably seen that i often talk about his work.
This expo is called “Takashi Murakami Paints Self-Portraits” and you can visit it from september 15 to october 17 2009.
He will expose at the “Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin” 76 rue de Turenne & 10 Impasse Saint-Claude Paris.
If you happen to be in Paris and love modern art you should come to see this expo. Takashi is the japanese Warhol!
Tigre de papier (Nicolas Herenstein), a young talented graphic designer/illustrator from Paris (who happens to be looking for a job right now!) just released this video where he illustrates a very old french song from Georges Brassens, named “Mourir pour des idées”. I know the video is a bit long, but i hope you like it :)
Here is some beautiful animation made by senior year students Anthony LE SAOÛT, Daphné PARROT, Yann POYAC, Geoffroi RIDEL, Charles SCHNECK at the LISAA Montparnasse PARIS
The little girl reminds me of some of the Studio Ghibli characters, background is really beautiful. This whole video took them 5 months of work but it was worth it, the video was already selected for the Cinéma Européen de Lille Festival 2009