Archive for October 2008

“Sometimes the only way to get something done is to do two dozen other things first”

Procrastination, a wonderfully incisive video about procrastination created by Johnny Kelly for his MA in animation at the Royal College of Art. A must watch if you have about 4 minutes to errr…procrastinate. Hah the irony +)


Wonderful conceptual work by artist Levi van Veluw constituting of beautiful landscapes composited to his own self potraiture evoking a magnificent feeling of the fascinating connection between human and nature. You could also find this marvelous video and his other previous projects which is just as amazing at his site


Ever wondered what it is like to peer into the insides of things? Well, you could always check out the x-ray photography works by Nick Veasey who has done x-ray photography of things ranging from a feather to a Boeing 777. He has also compiled a book of his wonderful work aptly titled X-Ray

“In the shadowplay acting out your own death, knowing no more.” Cover by The Killers. Nothing beats the original though

Brilliant film about the wonderfully talented but tragically short lived life of the lead singer of Joy Division, Ian Curtis. Directed by Anton Corbijn, this evocative biopic was beautifully shot in black and white. There is even a photobook where you can be mesmerized by the amazing cinematography of this film of a tragic genius.

A counter campaign for the PCs. Listen to Pharell talk about his love for music and the manifestation of energy +)

“Born out of a lifelong fascination with science photography and nature documentaries, Perroquet showcases a body of work by fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø, comprising eight film shorts and a selection of photographs. Keen to produce imagery that didn’t fall into the traditional genres of photography, this project’s central focus is the parroquet, a type of small, slender, long-tailed parrot.”

Visually stimulating works by Norwegian fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø featuring a Perroquet in all it’s glory

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