1. Javae Brown - Show Reel 2015


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    • Marie Nouvelle


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      Marie Nouvelle is a luxury brand that promotes art in various forms and shapes. Behind the creative vision is a visual artist- painter and object designer, Maria Dermengiu. It is an applied arts project in which all of the products embody patterns and visuals from the artist’s paintings and personal exhibitions.

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      • Goat Puppet for Chinese New Year at the National Gallery London 2015


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        Puppet participation project for the National Gallery London's Chinese New Year celebration 2015, year of the sheep / ram / goat.

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        • T-más • Goranga - Look At Your Bread


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          • Fragments, a porcelain composition by Carol Sinclair


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            Fragments, a film by Shannon Tofts, captures the play of light between delicate layers of paper thin porcelain in an installation by ceramic artist Carol Sinclair.

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            • Greater Iowa Suzie TV Spot


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              TV Spot for Greater Iowa produced by Applied Art & Technology

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              • About CerridenWorks


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                a snapshot of our mission statement and our recent shows. Rough cut. Filmed primarily Canon VIXIA HF M500, with stills taken in Canon PowerShot A810. Edited in iMovie.

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                • Viennese Model Rooms - Can art create a livable space?


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                  In the last few years, the boundaries between interior decoration, art, and design have begun to blur. Within this trend, each discipline contributes its own unique qualities. This direction has resulted in a combination of presenting individual artistic vision and adjusting to the demands of the market. One can describe this phenomenon as a kind of product-building exchange between the senders and the recipients - for which, in our case, the model rooms serve as the means of communication. [5:59 min] download for: mobile | Computer & iPod | send feedback The history of Viennese model rooms goes back several centuries. The beginnings of example-setting ideal spaces were already emerging in the second half of the seventeenth century. The first attempts focused on the careful selection of materials, then furnishings were added gradually, such as furniture and lighting. Industrial development, economic progress, and improved quality of living cleared the way for individual expression. At this point, not only could wardrobe demonstrate social status and taste, living spaces also emerged as a means of expression and distinction. The demand for creative guidance towards this purpose rose and was promptly met. In the nineteenth century, furniture and exhibition catalogs were already providing advice on the development of style. It was in this period that the term “model room” came into being. A CastYourArt exhibition-portrait. | www.castyourart.com

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                  • Contemporary Applied Art studios at Belfast School of Art, University of Ulster, 2013


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                    Students from the Contemporary Applied Art studios at Belfast School of Art at work on their annual exhibition 2013.

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                    • Florian Wagner - Jewelry Artist


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                      The jeweller Florian Wagner owns a workshop in Vienna’s hip 7th district. The elaborate pieces he composes for his customers there do not cater to prevailing fashion, but impress with individuality and timeless design. His favourite stone is the opal, he says. Only few stones are so manifold in their shapes. Be it rings, bracelets, necklaces or earrings, he does not privilege any particular kind of jewellery. Each and every one is unique in its particular way and requires a personal approach in design and finish. CastYourArt visited the jeweller Florian Wagner in his studio and produced a feature film. | www.castyourart.com

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