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You may have already seen some of these cute images from ‘Moon Games’ project before, but we just couldn’t resist sharing some more. The author of this project is a French landscape astrophotographer and astronomy journalist Laurent Laveder who shows how some simple props and a bit of imagination can turn the moon into anything you like.
Moon Games has also been published as a small book in France:
“We have asked 19 authors to choose a picture each among a selection of photos. Then they had to write a short text in the style they wanted. Finally, Sabine (my grilfriend with who I conceive these Moon games, and the woman in the pictures), who is a graphic artist, has transformed the texts to calligrams. The different profiles of each author have leaded to a great variety for each picture, sometime funny, touching, poetic, sensual, etc.”
While the name of the artist may sound unfamiliar to many, I’m sure most of you have already seen Kyle’s amazing collection of Pencil Shaving Portraits or the famous Chicken made from eggshells. This time, Brighton-based designer Kyle Bean created a collection of harmless weapons for an article in CUT Magazine centered around the topic of ‘Guerrilla Gardening’ and ‘Yarn Bombing’.
Personally, my favorite one is the feather knife as the feather perfectly matches the size and the shape of the knife while at the same time being completely harmless. Other weapons are also great, and you just can’t not love the minimalism and clever selection of the background colors!
Kyle Specializes in hand crafted models, set design and art direction, and since graduating in 2009, he has worked across a variety of platforms including installations, window displays, editorial and advertising.
Photos by: Sam Hofman