Tag: R77

Lamborghini Bravo – 1974

Lamborghini Bravo – 1974

Marcello Gandini – Lamborghini Bravo – 1974

The Bravo was styled at renowned automotive design house Bertone in 1974. It never made it into production, like many outstanding cars of Bertone origin, however it did influence many of Lamborghini’s post-Bravo cars – apparently that outrageous rear arch just made a comeback in their new limited production Veneno.…

Ball Experiments – Roy Wood

Ball Experiments – Roy Wood

Just a taster of some work realised and shot in our living room, by fellow cohort Roy. Check out more of his work here. Oh and this is completely composed manually  – yeah that’s right – those balls are floating.…

From A to B…

Given your current occupation Adam, I thought you might enjoy this. (via)

– Aidan…

Travelwide 4×5

Travelwide 4×5

Most of you photographers out there may already know about this, but it’s worthy of a post anyway. Wanderlust Cameras have started a Kickstarter project to fund the production of their Travelwide 4×5; an easily-portable large-format camera. Looks pretty neat – good for creating unadulterated, no-thrills, 4×5’s.…

Crystal City: Float Testing – 2009

Crystal City: Float Testing – 2009

Wu Chi-Tsung – Crystal City: Float Testing – 2009

Such a simple concept, yet outrageously captivating. There’s a video for this particular piece here, but don’t pass the chance to check out the other works in his Crystal City series.…

Spark Chamber

Spark Chamber

Lucy Pullen’s Spark Chamber makes cosmic rays visible by using the ionised path created through a gas medium to bridge a gap between high voltage plate, causing a spark. Find out more about spark chambers here and here.

Pullen also made a cloud chamber, serving a similar purpose but instead condensing a stream of alcohol vapour.…

Splash – Paul Wang

Stumbled into this one last week, and I think it looks genuinely incredible. Paulo Wang, the guy who created it, did so because he wanted to learn the basics of fluid sims. He did pretty fucking well. Watch this space, I may have been inspired to dive back into C4D.…