Here we go again, lots of videos this week due to awesome wedding in Vermont and lack of browsing.
Hope you like.
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Is that a smile on your crotch, or are you just happy to see me? Keith Schofield, the director behind Diesel's kinda racy SFW XXX and other delightful turns like Justice's "Let Love Rule," among others, flirts with controversy once again with this music video for Duck Sauce. Here, we see his interpretation of "Big Bad Wolf."
Artist: Duck Sauce
"Burnt by the Sun"
The heroines are deep in their thoughts, somewhere far away, cloaked in dusty and salty air. They may be hard to rely on, empty and unwilling to cooperate for creating something useful and weighty, or, on the contrary, they may be reflecting on more important things. A sheer waste of time or a moment of truth.
Time stopped for them, they are plagued with dangerous burns on their young bodies, someone may suffer from them tremendously and someone is completely indifferent to pain.
In spite of their likeness - this is a team which is in the game at the moment - they seem to be cold and indifferent to each other.
On a hot day they are burnt with the sun and seem to be unable to struggle. Or, may be, at this very moment the inner struggle is in process?!
See more work by Sonya and Mark Whitesnow HERE
Born in England and daughter of artists. Ophelia studied Photography at Nottingham Trent University graduating in 1998. She then moved to London to work for Dazed and Confused magazine. After 1 year in London she began shooting for trend magazine The Face 1999-2003. She has since developed personal projects in London, Paris and New York.
Ophelia has been interested in the subject the “teenager”, focusing on their behavioural patterns and how they express their identity through fashion as they are moving rapidly through adolescence. She has been documenting kids at the "Underage Festival" for the past 4 years, which has developed into a book and foreword written by Craig Mclean.
Concurrently in New York City, Ophelia has been developing a portrait series on Afro-punks for the past 5 years. She has produced a strong series of graphic photographs in fashion and especially portraits that help to document this movement. Ophelia's portrait and reportage collections are varied and include work for Vogue, Teen Vogue and W magazine. She has also shot projects for The Sunday Times featuring British Lidos and a story on Autism. Ophelia has worked for high end brands Adidas, Nokia and young hopefuls for Lloyds TSB Olympics campaign and has exhibited at Wieden + Kennedy, London.
See more work by Ophelia HERE
This trailer directed by Saam Farahmand was inspired to create a unique interpretation of the ethos behind the project. The result is a breathtaking film that perfectly encapsulates the audio visual obsession of Radio Soulwax.
PRODUCER: James Waters
PREVISUALISATION AND VFX : The House of Curves
VFX SUPERVISOR : Andrew Daffy
COMPOSITOR : Mikkel Hansen
3D ARTIST : Dan Prince
Unofficial title sequence for 'The Adventures of Tintin', featuring elements from each of the 24 books.
Music composed by Ray Parker and Tom Szczesniak.