Friday, May 21, 2010
Another thing that might be a bit sloppy is Harmony Korine's Thrash Humpers, still can't wait to see it though.
Take care and enjoy.
Watching it I was totally riveted and actually got a little emotional, it definitely hit all the right buttons for me. Iñárritu’s direction is spot and the team he worked with should absolutely be commended for creating such a rad commercial that nearly feels like a short film. I love when Wayne Rooney’s kick gets intercepted and all of England rejects him, tearing down his posters, the stock market crashes and all hell breaks loose… and he knows he has to make up for it quickly in order to divert disaster.
Antony Gormley OBE RA (born 30 August 1950) is an English sculptor. His best known works include the Angel of the North, a public sculpture in Gateshead commissioned in 1995 and erected in February 1998, Another Place on Crosby Beach near Liverpool, and Event Horizon, a multi-part site installation which premiered in London in 2007, and in 2010 around Madison Square in New York City.
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Kenji Aoki Born in Tokyo in 1968, Kenji Aoki Spent his formative years training and learning about design at the Kuwasawa Design School, which he chose for its Bauhaus-style philosofy of education. Having taken a comprehensive approach to design, it was photagraphy that made the strongest impact on him. Aoki-credits this to having learned the lessons of using a camera as a tool of "EXPRESSION". rather than on of "RE-CREATION". For Aoki-, it was NOT the sculptures of Rodin in museums, nor the view from the top of Everest that inspired him. It was "a normal coffee cup at home". An ordinary object that could be found anywherebecame the source for Aoki-photagraphy, as he quickly realized that he could change his view of an object to see something new, finally allowing him to become a person of "EXPRESSION".
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Nuzzles® are custom designed handmade wooden name puzzles, each with its own unique typographic style. Every puzzle is crafted from a single block of wood, and the letterforms interlock with each other in a way that creates a sense of harmony and integrity.
About The artist:
John Christenson has 9 years of professional experience. He specializes in a variety of print materials and websites. He also has an expertise in developing identity and brand systems and incorporating them into print and web applications. John's affinity for wood working is melded with his graphic design experience to create sleek furniture and dimensional works of art.
John earned a B.F.A. in graphic design and a B.F.A. in industrial design from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he graduated with honors and distinction.
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It’s good (and lucrative) to be the Black Keys: Their mostly self-produced album Brothers came out yesterday, last week they joined Vampire Weekend and Beck & Bat For Lashes on the new Twilight soundtrack, and last Friday they played an open-bar Microsoft KIN secret show where their headshots and things like “The Black Keys Are In The Spot” were plastered all over the walls of a souped-up downtown NYC car club turned concert hall. (The room was weird, though it was weirder when I told a friend “that girl has a Liv Tyler thing going on” and he replied “probably because it is Liv Tyler.” She looked great!) All measures of success to some degree or another for a couple of Ohio basement blues-rock dudes done good. Thankfully they’re keeping their wits, or at least their wit, about them, offering up another one of these comedically oriented Brothers music videos: Frank the dinosaur sang this song in the promo, though he settled in properly for the bikini-clad “Next Girl” video, so this one focus on Dan and Patrick, and more girls, and a playground like-father-like-son scenario. Blood and Danger Mouse’s production are both involved, in their own ways. Directed by Chris Marrs Piliero
When we behold a single object, we temporarily forget that it is inextricably connected to everything else in the universe. Whether something is perceived as 'isolated' or 'integrated', is a result of a mental process. When we focus inwardly, we divide things up into smaller parts, when we focus outwardly, we bundle them together. We can do this endlessly in either direction.
See more3 work by Lui HERE