From an eco-conscious cabin prototype and a brightly coloured space in Arkansas to mesmerising 3D animations and felt art, these are the VISI team’s top picks of the week.
1. Okuda San Miguel’s Rainbow Embassy
The Rainbow Embassy is artist Okuda San Miguel’s newest public art piece, converting a dilapidated Arkansas house into a bright plethora of geometry and colour. The space is now home to justkids, a global creative house and arts centre.
2. Animations by ELMØ
ELMØ, a small Parisian multidisciplinary creative studio, produces short animations in 2D, 3D and stop motion.
Videos via @elmotionlab on Instagram
3. Neste Nolla Cabin
Envisioned by Robin Falk and developed by Neste, the Nolla Zero Cabin was designed to have as small an environmental impact as possible. Prototyped on an A-frame design, it was erected on Vallisaari Island in Finland. With eco-conscious living in mind, electricity is solar-generated and heating and cooking is done using fuel made from 100% waste. The cabin also emits 90% fewer greenhouse gases than fossil diesel.
Images courtesy of Neste
4. Andrea Love’s Felt Animations
Washington-based independent animator and director Andrea Love specialises in stop motion animation, with much of her subject matter crafted from felt and yarn. Tiny textile stoves fry woolly eggs, all made by Andrea’s hands.
Videos via @andreaanimates on Instagram
5. Leonardo da Vinci Animation by Sentio Space
London-based studio Sentio Space created an animated series on Leonardo Da Vinci’s life for The National Gallery’s Leonardo: Experience a Masterpiece exhibition. The immersive show will be on until 19 January 2020.
Video courtesy of Sentio Space