Brazilian ad agency PPM, together with Estudio Gelmi, came up with this mouthwatering campaign for Habib’s handmade ice cream. Three posters show ice cream of different flavours (chocolate, strawberry and vanilla) in the form of famous sculptures: Greek Goddess Artemis, Easter Island Moai and Rodin’s The Thinker. (via Fubiz)


During the D23 Expo, which took place in Anaheim, the first poster series of Star Wars‘ eight movie “The Last Jedi” was unveiled. All dressed with red capes, we can see Rey, Finn, Kylo Ren as well as the others characters of this third trilogy. The unforgettable Luke Skywalker and Princess Leïa also have their poster. In addition, the franchise also revealed the first images of the movie in a behind-the-scenes video. Directed by Rian Johnson the movie will be released on December 15. (via Fubiz)


Mr Bo is a lover of South Australia. On his Instagram and his website, he pays tribute to these beautiful landscapes through stunning aerial pictures taken with a drone. Breathtaking compositions that give a great overview on the beauty of our planet. From roads to beaches, photographer offers us wings to discover his country. (via Fubiz)


For eight years, photographer Yann Lecoeur has been traveling Asian countries and capturing its electric colorful streets. As a sound-engineer, the French artist with the “golden ears” is considered very gifted and capable of dissecting any type of sound. A skill he is also using for photography as he can dissect any scenery, its colors, its shapes and its natural light before immortalizing it. (via Fubiz)


New York has one of the most famous metros on the planet. Swiss photographer Willy Spiller captured the NYC subway in the 1980s and named the series “Hell on Wheels”. (via Fubiz)




Japanese photographer Masashi Wakui captures Tokyo’s streets at night, and especially neon lights and the atmosphere that comes from the little back alleys behind the stores. He accentuates the lights and the haze to add a bit of depth to his pictures similar to Blade Runner by Ridley Scott’s aesthetic. (via Fubiz)


Spanish photographer Joel Filipe takes stunning pictures of the Madrid architecture. During foggy weather, his pictures reveals a limitless almost abstract vision of the high rise buildings. (via Fubiz)


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Self-taught photographer Maik Lipp has created a series of minimalistic photographs entitled Mixed Minimal I and Mixed Minimal II in which he enhances architecture framed with a blue sky background. (via Fubiz)


Passionate by dancers, Russian photographer Alexander Yakovlev makes beautiful portraits of classical dancers in the middle of white flour. These powder explosions accentuate the grace of their movements and the elegance of their bodies. (Via Fubiz)


Henrique de França is a Brazilian artist who lives and works in São Paulo. He draws and paints touching, delicate works, in black and white. The universe which he depicts is governed by a constant melancholy, timeless characters, who seem motionless in time, pensive, in the grip of internal reflections. With the help of his pencil, the artist adds to this all a great delicacy, which gives a unique and sublime look to his works. (via Fubiz)

Great stuff.