Street art collective Truly Design, formed by Rems182, Mauro149, Mach505 and Ninja1, is out now with “Seems True – A ten year journey”. The documentary is the story of a decennial itinerary which has led the four Italian artists to take on walls and galleries across the world.
On the last of these trips, which saw as destination Klagenfurt in Austria, they decided to tell a piece of their history. A twenty-minute documentary, condensed with passion and emotion, shaped by Trickle Production‘s electronic eye.
The documentary’s first preview took place last April 5th in Torino, home to the four artists. The soundtrack, crafted by Toys and Brandumize, harmonizes the emotional narration with alternative rock and electronic music.
“Seems True – A ten year journey”, after a world première and online publication, will be on tour. The upcoming months will feature a caravan of events presenting the documentary with the participation of its main actors.
www.truly-design.com | www.facebook.com/SeemsTrue
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You can also the view the shot into how it was made <a href=”http://dribbble.com/shots/1025704-How-The-Daft-Punk-Polygon-Pixel-Artwork-Was-Created”>here</a>
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Based out of the United States, in Denver Colorado, Nick Sparks is an editorial and art photographer. After picking up a film camera at age 20 and shooting landscapes on Kodak Tri-x film for a few years, Nick decided to ditch film and start shooting editorial work using digital format. Sparks composes vivid, emotionally charged portraits, drawing the viewer in with intense, sometimes dark imagery; that produces an emotional connection between the viewer and his photographs.
Santa Barbara, California based artist Tal Avitzur creates sci-fi and robot themed night light sculptures from materials gathered at surplus and salvage yards. www.talbotics.com
Maentis is a collective of artists from Paris specialised in graphic design, illustration and street art.
Their main sources of inspiration are anthropology, environment but also imaginary and fantasy world.
Their first project, 99 Steps of Progress, is a serie of illustrations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (that drawing synthesizing 25 million years of human evolution). Surprising, funny or sarcastic, the artworks will be created on various supports (such as t-shirts, posters, canvas, stencils…) and one new illustration will be inveiled everyday during… 99 days !
Check out their work on maentis.com and rendez-vous tomorrow for the next step !