While watching a recent episode of Sound Pellegrino's Overdrive Infinity with L-Vis 1990, Teki Latex shouted out to the people behind the visuals on the show. The visuals looked really well made, wavey 3D internet graphics, something kind of like Jesse Kanda underwater but what grabbed my attention most was when Teki went on to say that the visuals weren't rendered graphics and that they were all 3D objects crafted and then filmed IRL.
Cinq Fruits is essentially the inspiration landfill of Le Creative Sweatshop, a multidisciplinary studio based in Paris. It's where they create incredible images with the leftover and everyday items around their studio, such as PVC, wood, concrete, light and jelly. The compositions are always on point, whether they're showcasing the beauty and simplicity of the image or the lengths they went to craft them.
See more of their sweet work over at Cinq Fruits, check their commissioned work at Le Creative Sweatshop and scroll all the way to the bottom for the L-Vis video that put us on to them in the first place.