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A Suspended Neon Net Invites Guests to Bounce Stories Above a Paris Shopping Center

April 19, 2019

Kate Sierzputowski

A circular net in a bright shades of neon greens, yellows, and pinks hovers above the Paris-based shopping complex Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann in a new installation to celebrate the impending arrival of summer. The suspended playground gives visitors a chance to at once lie underneath the brilliant dome at the center of the building, while also watching shoppers bustling on the ground floor below. The installation is a part of the store's Funorama initiative which in addition to the central play area, also includes "fun zones" such as old school arcade games, a VR experience, and foosball. Galeries Lafayette…

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Courses Begin June 3 at the School of Visual Arts Division of Continuing Education

April 15, 2019

SVA

From one-day workshops to semester-long courses, take the opportunity to immerse yourself and be inspired. If you need advice or have questions, our information sessions begin Wednesday, May 8th. Visit sva.edu/continued/events for details. Courses are available in: Advertising Animation Computer Art, Computer Animation and Visual Effects Design Fine Arts Illustration and Cartooning Interior Design Photography Professional Development Visual and Critical Studies Visible Futures Lab Visual Narrative HOW TO REGISTER ADVICE ON COURSES ABOUT SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS School of Visual Arts has been a leader in the education of artists, designers and creative…

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Aerial Photographer Kevin Krautgartner Uses Squarespace to Showcase the Earth’s Fragile Beauty

February 28, 2019

Squarespace

While those of us in the northern hemisphere eagerly await the arrival of spring, photographer Kevin Krautgartner travels the world capturing envy-inducing views. Krautgartner focuses his lens on a wide array of subjects, ranging from architectural interiors to soaring urban skylines. But the German photographer's most wanderlust-inspiring images are shot from the sky in sunny, rugged, and remote landscapes. Recent work has taken him to the Seychelles islands, Italy's Dolomite mountains, and the glacial rivers of Iceland. The artist studied at University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund, Germany, and shares with Colossal that his…

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Photographer Craig Burrows Reveals the Hidden Glow of Flowers and Plants Using the HP ZBook X2

February 25, 2019

Colossal + HP

Artist Craig Burrows (previously) captures the natural fluorescence of flowers using a unique UV imaging technique, resulting in spectacularly luminescent photographs. The process, known as ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence photography, involves projecting electromagnetic radiation on to the flower, and then capturing the visible light briefly emitted by the plant. Lest you think everything around us is secretly glowing all the time, the light shown in Burrows' photographs appears within nanoseconds of the UV light projection, and decays within ten nanoseconds. Objects that emit a longer afterglow are referred to as phosphorescent. The incredibly brief window of illumination is usually not observable to…

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A Full Spectrum of Waves Course Through Warren Keelan’s Aquatic Photography Edited With the HP ZBook x2

February 12, 2019

HP

Whereas many people see the world’s water-covered surface as a monolith, photographer Warren Keelan (previously) makes a living seeing the ocean’s constant changes, day to day and even moment to moment. Keelan, who is based in New South Wales, Australia, suits up in neoprene to capture ocean water from inside, above, and below. In Keelan’s luminescent photographs, the aquatic environment is framed by glinting sunlight, crashing waves, and glimmering rainbows. The photographer captures a range of macro and micro shots, detailing both the tiniest bubbles emerging at the water's surface and the grand scale of…

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Mysterious Worlds Collide in Justin Peters’ Digital Collages Created with HP’s ZBook x2

February 8, 2019

HP

German artist Justin Peters (previously) uses the wide world of photography to create unique composite images. Peters’ dreamy creations play with scale and proportion, mixing human-sized objects like jellyfish and surfboards with the monumental: moons take the place of beach-side campfires and whales breach above foggy mountain ranges. The prolific 23-year-old artist has been sharing his fantastical digital collages since 2016 on Instagram, and the world took notice of his work this past summer, with his creations ricocheting around the internet. Thematically, Peters frequently combines disparate elements from the natural world, with a particular focus on celestial imagery. He shares…

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