Friday, August 28, 2009

Top 10 Aug 28

I don't care if Monday's blue, Tuesday's grey and Wednesday too
Thursday I don't care about you, It's Friday and it's Top 10: List by Jon!!!

Hope you like.


1. Linnea Strid

Some people are just born with all the talent in the world. One of those people happen to be Linnea Strid, from Sweden. Her oil on canvas/plywood paintings are some of the most detailed and realistic I’ve ever seen – second to Chuck Close. Most notably, is her ability to paint splashes and pools of water with extraordinary realism and believability, all while making it seem effortless.

Check out more work by Linnea HERE

2. Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs Inc.

3. Chris Anthony

Chris Anthony is an internationally recognized photographer who was awarded the 2007 Grand Prize in American Photo’s Images of the Year Competition for his “Victims & Avengers” series, which was shown in its entirety for the first time at Corey Helford Gallery in January 2007. He has worked on commercial projects for numerous clients, including Sony Playstation 3 and “The Black Parade” for My Chemical Romance. Anthony’s work has been featured in gallery exhibitions in Los Angeles, Stockholm, Washington D.C., London, Bath and San Francisco. Publications that have featured Chris Anthony and his work include the Los Angeles Times, Photo District News, Eyemazing, Art News, American Photo, Paper, Nylon, Black Book, Juxtapoz, Zoom, Angeleno, Corrierra della Serra and LA Weekly. Born and raised in Stockholm, Anthony also lived and studied in Florence. In his teens, he worked as a rock photographer and went on to direct music videos and commercials. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

Check out Chris Anthony's Portfolio HERE

4. City One Minutes

Are you curious to know how people live on the other side of the world? What does Moscow look like between three and four in the afternoon? What happens in Rio de Janeiro between eleven and twelve at night?

See the personal impressions of city life which artists across the globe have filmed. Follow what happens from hour to hour in more than hundred cities on

In City One Minutes life in each city is divided into 24 one minute portraits, each depicting one hour of the day. Every film is a personal impression of the city in which the artist lives or in which he is staying.

On you can browse through time and place in a number of ways. For example: Follow the life in Beijing throughout 24 hours; explore life in each city between 5 and 6 in the morning; watch all the films in a mosaic of cities.

Later on it will be possible to rate the films and also to create your ideal ‘dream city’ by combining minutes from different cities. Radio one minutes will also become available in the near future. is an organic site with an update of the newest City One Minutes every week.

Check it out HERE

5. Makoto Yabuki

Makoto Yabuki works as a director/ art director at Tokyo ,Japan.
He started his career as a visual designer in 1997 ,and joined at its establishment in 2003 as director. His artistic range is expansive; among his recent works are "scope" ,"MANAKAI",and "CONFINE(S)". His works have been presented in film festivals such as SIGGRAPH, onedotzero, artfutura, ARS Electronica.

Check out more work by Makoto Yabuki HERE

Thursday, August 27, 2009

6. Neill Blomkamp

For any fan of the District 9 film, a visit to Neill Blomkamp's real is a must. Especially check out the Shortfilm "Alive in Joburg", Which inspired D9.
See it HERE
See Neills commercial work HERE

7. David Callow

David on David:

My name is David. I draw and assemble cut out paper.
The basis of my work revolves around an exploration of balance, representation and abstraction,
suggestion of meaning and an obsession with the cinematic.

I currently freelance as an illustrator with the representation of the wonderful AgencyRush,
and also act as Visitoring Lecturer for the Ba(Hons) Illustration course at the Arts University College at Bournemouth.

Check out more work by David Callow HERE

8. The Wodka Wars

Vice Scandinavia correspondent Ivar Berglin travels to the front lines of the Vodka/Wodka Wars – and discovers that the tortured history of Russian-Polish relations can be saved in a bottle.

See the Documentary HERE

9. Kustaa Saksi - Nike Installation

Kustaa Saksi's illustrations are a syrupy disarray of elements: playful, paradoxical, often over-glossy, inviting, troubling, messy, and yet strangely clear. Radiating meaning, bending what's real and distilling what's unreal he combines organic touches and viscous shapes into new world psychedelia. After spending many years in Paris, the Finnish born illustrator found his studio on the roof of an ancient chocolate factory in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Saksi has been working with various clients in the world of fashion, music and entertainment. His world of imagination with strict Scandinavian design roots illustrate the wonderful world of surrealistic landscapes, strange characters and strong atmosphere.

Check out more of Kustaa's work HERE

10. Alex Roulette

Ohio born painter, Alex Roulette, is currently working out of New York and proudly carries a BFA in Painting with a minor in Graphic Design from Maryland Institute College of Art. His painted stills seem to all share an under developed and innocent sense of Homoeroticism, with an uneasy intrusive ambiance to them. The attention paid to detail and aesthetic is absolutely impeccable and really speaks wonders for Alex’s work.

Check out more work by Alex HERE