The opening of a new location in Osaka, Japan, was occasion for luxury retailer Louis Vuitton to ask Italian design studio Happycentro to produce an appropriately elegant invitation card.The result was a printing and folding tour de force involving offset printing, transparent, silver mat, pearl and rainbow foils, dry embossing, silkscreen and die-cuts. The designer Federico Galvani has a fiendishly clever mind to devise something that tested the skills of printers and origami artists alike, but the team pulled it off and the result is lovely and unique.



Christy Lee Rogers is a self-taught photographer from Kailua, Hawaii. Water is the medium that she uses to break the conventions of contemporary photography. With an eye for the chiaroscuro qualities of light, her subjects bend and distort; bathing in darkness, isolated by light, and are brought to life by ones own imagination. Without the use of post-production manipulation, her works are made in-camera, on the spot, in water and at night




Tom Buch created the concept for the album art work for the remix compilation of Radiohead’s latest album  ‘The King of Limbs’.  The album compiles a series of 12″ vinyl singles/EPs, also released as digital downloads from the band’s website in both MP3 and WAV file types



Following critically acclaimed installations by Ernesto Neto and Christian Boltanski, Ryoji Ikeda has been selected by the Armory for its third annual visual art commission in the Wade Thompson Drill Hall. Ikeda creates a visual and sonic environment where visitors are submerged in an extreme illustration of projected and synchronized data.


The synchronised light show (“The cloud in the web”) was created by Ars Electronica Futurelab and Ascending Technologies GmbH.

It featured 49 AscTec Hummingbird drones, each flying in perfect formation to make various shapes and effects.