Frederic Doazan, Parisian Filmmaker and Experimental animation examines the parameters of Feminine beauty through the short film “Supervenus”. The trend of Feminine beauty mocking fake things to make beautiful while actually hurting natural beauty and in the end the body will be ruined to have all kinds of Deceses. French media have described the short film as “An Intelligent Way” to denounce the “dictates of beauty” that women regularly face in Magazines, Advertising and Media of all kinds.
A piece of the historic Covent Garden market appears to have broken free of its stone base, with its top half levitating in the air, in the latest installation by London designer Alex Chinneck.
Take My Lightning but Don’t Steal My Thunder by Alex Chinneck is a precise replica of a section of the 184-year-old market building in London’s Covent Garden that has been made to look as if its upper portion has broken away from its stone base to float in mid air.
Built from a steel frame and filcor, a type of expanded polystyrene, the 12-metre-long structure took 500 hours to shape using digital carving techniques and was painted to replicate the appearance of the existing building on the site.
A four-tonne counterweight enables the suspension of the top half of the fake building.