Friday, July 31, 2009
And check this bad ass gem out, yep you got it, it's one of them "Keyboard Cat Moon" shirts.
I proudly walked around New York in it yesterday, and got this whole nerdy internet entourage following me.
And last but not least, got a solid top 10 this week, go ahead don't feel weird just keep scrolling on down and peek at last weeks golden internet nuggets.
Hope you like.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
The conception of this project consistently derives from its underlying architecture - the theoretic conception and visual pattern of the Hamburg Kunsthalle. The Basic idea of narration was to dissolve and break through the strict architecture of O. M. Ungers "Galerie der Gegenwart". Resultant permeabilty of the solid facade uncovers different interpretations of conception, geometry and aesthetics expressed through graphics and movement. A situation of reflexivity evolves - describing the constitution and spacious perception of this location by means of the building itself.
Art Direction: Daniel Rossa - rossarossa.de
3D Operator: David Starmann
Sound Design : Jonas Wiese
Realized with mxwendler.net mediaserver
A extended version of this documentation can be found HERE
Lisel Ashlock was born in Northern California and studied Illustration at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. In 2004 she moved to New York City, where she currently resides as a freelance illustrator. Her illustrations have appeared in CosmoGirl, Spin, Sephora ads, and Clamor magazine, among others. She has also illustrated such famous folks as Sofia Coppola, Bob Dylan, Arcade Fire, and Nico. I love Lisel's dreamy, soft style, but I have to wonder: Why do so many of her animals have a tear in one eye?
Check out her work HERE
As you might already seen Joseph Kosinski Tron Trailer got released last week and it looks pretty slick, if you haven't seen it check it out HERE
But as many talented directors Mr Kosinski got a whole lot more to offer, take you time and check out his commercial work HERE
Go on slag someone of HERE
Once again Kirk Demarais had the honor of contributing a collection of film family portraits (done in colored pencil) to the now annual Crazy 4 Cult art show at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. The show begins today and runs until the 8th of August.
Check out his blog HERE
Heavy Metal Junior - A Portrait Of Pre-Teen Rebellion:
Hatred are a heavy metal band from Scotland. And they’re all under 13 years old. This hilarious film follows the band as they prepare for their first ever live performance. In the weeks before their show, their bassist quits, and they have to write some original songs to perform. One of the best parts of the film was watching their manager (the drummer’s father) show them some showbiz moves of his own. Along the way, we get some insight into band dynamics that wouldn’t seem out of place in a film like This Is Spinal Tap, except with parents as stand-ins for managers and girlfriends.
Heavy Metal Jr.
Directed by Chris Waitt
Produced by Dogtooth Media
Distributed by Network Ireland TV
(Special thanks to Joy for passing this little master piece on)
Julia Randall's Colored Pencil Mouths
In the winter 2008 issue of Drawing magazine, we discussed how New York City artist Julia Randall's colored pencil drawings incorporated depictions of her mouth. We present more of her voyeuristic, suggestive, slightly grotesque, and humorous drawings in this online exclusive gallery.
See more of Julia's work HERE
To celebrate the release of Paul Rodriguez's third shoe, Nike SB has produced a new commercial titled "Today Was a Good Day." In addition to the commercial, there will also be a web exclusive extended version of "Today Was a Good Day" that stars Paul with some special friends. This version premiers on 7/31/09 at: Nike.com/nikeskateboarding/paulrodriguezIII