27.05.13 by Jeff

600+ Pinhole Cameras used for London Grammar’s “Wasting My Young Years” video

London Grammar Wasting My Young Years
The Matrix-like shots in this video were each made using 625 pinhole cameras and a single strip of 35mm film! The rig that director duo Bison invented for this is incredible. Watch the behind the scenes video and the final product below!

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21.06.11 by Jeff

Last Name London

“Last Name London” by Theophilus London. Directed by my friend Harrison (Boyce and Brown). I was sad to see him leave Vancouver for New York last year, but it’s exciting to see a talented friend breaking through.

Last Name London by Theophilus London music video by Boyce and Brown

Watch the music video below!

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26.01.15 by Zach Tutor

Nicholas Pace

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Paintings by artist Nicholas Pace, who lives and works in London.

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22.01.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Years & Years “King”

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London-based Years & Years team up with choreographer Ryan Heffington (Sia’s “Chandelier”) and director Nadia Marquard Otzen for their latest video. Watch “King” below.

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21.01.15 by Jeff

Samuel Bradley

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Photos by London-based photographer Samuel Bradley. More images below.

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20.01.15 by Jeff

Rob Pybus

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Works by London-based illustrator Rob Pybus. More images below.

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12.01.15 by Jeff

Animation: “Way Out” by Yukai Du

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“Way Out”, an animation by London-based illustrator and animator Yukai Du. Her film is a reflection on the lifelessness of life thanks to mobile devices, and was inspired by the book “Alone Together” by Sherry Turkle. Watch it below.

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08.01.15 by Jeff

Cartoonists and Illustrators Around the World Respond to #CharlieHebdo Attack in Paris

charliehebdo-cartoons-17Drawing by Lucille Clerc (French illustrator in London)

 

Illustrators and cartoonists around the world are paying tribute to those killed in the terrible shooting that just occurred at the offices of Paris-based satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo. 12 people were killed by the masked gunmen, including Charlie Hebdo’s editor and publisher Stéphane “Charb” Charbonnier, and three cartoonists Jean “Cabu” Cabut, Georges Wolinski, and Bernard Verlhac (known as “Tignous”).

Many artists and newspapers took to Twitter using the hashtag #charliehebdo and #jesuischarlie to respond to the killings:

 

charliehebdo-cartoons-03Drawing by Jean Jullien (France)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-10Drawing by David Pope (Australia)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-15Drawing by Steve Bell, for The Guardian

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charliehebdo-cartoons-11Drawing by Dave Brown, for the Independent

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charliehebdo-cartoons-01Drawing by MATT, for The Telegraph

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charliehebdo-cartoons-06Drawing by Ann Telnaes, for The Washington Post (USA)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-02Drawing by Mala Imagen (Chile)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-04Drawing by Ruben L. Oppenheimer (Netherlands)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-05Drawing by Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-08Drawing by Francisco J. Olea (Chile)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-09Drawing by Satish Acharya (India)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-12Drawing by Michael de Adder (Canada)

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charliehebdo-cartoons-13Drawing by Tom Toles, for The Washington Post

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charliehebdo-cartoons-14Drawing by Patrick Chappatte, for International New York Times

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