Friday, August 7, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
The faux trailer was actually directed by Eli Roth, who also stars in Tarantino’s film. Technically I guess you could call this Roth’s follow-up to Thanksgiving, the faux horror trailer he created for the Grindhouse double feature. Of course, the faux trailer is in English and has all sorts of modern day trailer editing effects. It would have been nice to see a faux aged retro looking German language English-subtitled trailer, but maybe I’m asking for too much. Watch the trailer after the jump.
See fake trailer HERE
Berkley is a comics inspired gentleman surrounded by toys and Chewbacca masks. I like drawing sharks and animals and creatures and mustaches and superheroes. Sometimes I combine all of them - sometimes they are on their own - it really depends on my mood.
Buy Berkley stuff on Etsy HERE
Check out Berkley on flickr HERE
The roof of the Vancouver BC Convention Centre is covered with over 2.5 hectares (6 acres) of native grassland. Usually closed to the public, we were able to get a tour and interview with the landscape architect of the project, Bruce Hemstock.
This is part 1 of the "Growing Cities" documentary series shot while traveling in the USA and Canada - June 2009. Music is "Andvari" by Sigur Rós.
Download the full 22 minute interview as an mp3 HERE
HelloVon is the studio established in 2006 by London based artist and illustrator Von.
Whilst working primarily as a commercial artist Von has begun to build a reputation for his gallery work having exhibited in such prestigious venues as The London Design Museum and Agnes B.
Utilising a seamless blend of traditional and digital mark making techniques he has been featured in numerous publications across the globe and accrued an international client list that includes Liberty, Trussardi, Rolling Stone, American Express, Playboy, Ogilvy & Mather, The New York Times and Wallpaper among others.
Influenced by nature and popular culture his work flawlessly walks the line between surrealism and documentary, it is both detailed and abstract, capturing a mood in what appears to be a fleeting moment in time.
Check out Hellovon HERE