September 19, 2014
Architecture Books and music City Society Visual arts

The Argentinian director transforms a typical intersection into an absurdly choreographed dance of cloned cars, bicyclists and pedestrians who at almost every moment appear destined to collide.

Fernando Livschitz is a young-but-skilled expert in special effects that are perfectly (and proprietarily) designed to fit the real world in seamless ways. Whether it’s imaginary roller coasters zooming through the streets of an urban city, or airplanes taxiing past a stoplight, Fernando’s creations draw on his background in photography and design. He has won national and international acclaim for his short films, exhibited still work in art galleries around the world, and still managed to balance his artistry with a love and passion for advertising — recent clients have included Colgate and Coca-Cola.

Source: Black Sheep