Friday, June 12, 2009

Top 10 June 12

The human RSS is back, enjoy this weeks apple c apple v's.

1. Lucy And Bart

Nice morph between Lucy and Bart, check it out HERE

2. Léopold Rabus

Weird work by Léopold Rabus, check out more Arbeiten HERE

3. Phoenix - Lisztomania

Great fan video using all the classic brat pack 80's videos and mash it up with one of my favorite tracks of the year Phoenix - Lisztomania, it's good fun.

Check out the video HERE

4. Dan Park

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Dan spent his youth playing soccer, shooting things with his slingshot, and working on his art. In 2002, he moved to New York City to further his studies at the School of Visual Arts under the guidance of Tom Woodruff. His interests range from theology and film to the UFC.

A teacher himself, Dan helps students build up their own portfolios for admittance to art schools all around the country. Dan still resides in The City, where he lives and breathes art–teaching by day and working by night.

Check out more of Dan Park's stuff HERE

5. Maccabees - Can You Give It

Here is the new video from The Maccabees...'Can You Give It' which is released on 6th July.
Said that, the song is probably the least interesting bit in this video as it was filmed at this year’s annual Cheese rolling race at Cooper’s Hill in Gloucestershire on Monday 25th May.

Check out the video HERE

6. Adam Haynes

Nice Illustrations by Adam Haynes.

Check out more work by Adam HERE

7. Carlsberg - Where's The Party?

Carlsberg is launching an interesting map based Where’s the Party application for the web and mobile in Sweden. The service states that it let’s you locate the best local events and keeps track of where your friends are located.

Check out the site HERE

8. Kevin Peterson

Kevin Peterson studied art at Austin College in Sherman, TX where he received his BFA in 2001. Kevin now makes his home in Houston, TX where he works out of Winter Street Studios

Artist Statement:
My work is about the varied journeys we take through life. It’s about growing up and living in a world that is broken. These paintings are about trauma, fear and loneliness and the strength that it takes to survive and thrive. They each contain the contrast of the untainted, young and innocent against a backdrop of a worn, ragged, and defiled world. Support versus restraint, bondage versus freedom, and tension versus slack are all themes that I often visit. My work deals with isolation, loneliness and longing teamed with a level of optimistic hope. Issues of race and the division of wealth have arisen in my recent work. This work deals with the idea of rigid boundaries, the hopeful breakdown of such restrictions, as well as questions about the forces that orchestrate our behavior.

See more work by Kevin Peterson HERE

9. BooneOakley

BooneOakley is a full service ad agency with a site that is not a site, everything is placed at YouTube, go check it out because it's quite original.

Check it out HERE

10. Peter Taylor - Empty Hands of Everyting

Peter Taylor, Artist and man from Vancouver, Check out more doodle-dude's like this HERE