Chillout Sessions

Posted by Alex

Both of these little worlds are part of the artwork created for the most recent Chillout Sessions: a compilation disc series put together by the Ministry of Sound Australia. The diorama-like concept was developed by Collider (design by Andrew van der Westhuyzen and cinematography by Brycen Horne). They decided to switch up the packaging after the first 10 discs:

The new Sessions concept involves miniature ‘worlds’ literally creating a package holiday that has both escapism and a sense of humour. [link]

I want to shrink down to size and move into one of these miniature worlds. As a concept I LOVE this. It was executed exceptionally well; from the world construction to the photography, this is a concept pulled off in every sense. Be sure to check out the video version of each: XII XI

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Jarson says:

August 25, 2010 at 10:24 am

everyone who knows me knows I have a HUGE obsession with miniatures. Haha I am a weirdo. The Thorne miniatures, Henry Selick’s minisets, all that jazz, for some reason I have a soft spot for that stuff…I would one day like to own something like this. So f#$@ing sweet!


Mark C. says:

August 25, 2010 at 11:14 am

I used to be an architecture/engineering major, but never got far enough to have to do any elaborate models. These look fantastic!