An American playing a French man supposedly in Paris but actually in London. An entertaining short directed by Danny Sangra. Watch below!
No dollar is safe around artist Mark Wagner. A fascinating look at the collage artist’s meticulous hand-cut methods courtesy of The Avant/Garde Diaries. Watch the video below!
“Like Knows Like” is a superb documentary project, founded by photographer Marije Kuiper and filmmaker Bas Berkhout. This latest episode is a profile on photographer Amanda Jasnowski, better known to the Instagram world as @hokaytokay.
I often wander around on Instagram looking for new work and this funny thing happens time and time again. I scroll down to some older photos buried deep in this person’s feed, and there’s one photo that catches my eye. So I click to leave a friendly comment, and I find the most positive uplifting encouraging message has already been posted! And it’s from Amanda.
It’s been amazing to watch Amanda’s work evolve and her following expand. If you’re a photographer (or anyone) trying to figure out how to survive doing your own thing you could learn a lot from her.
Watch the video profile below!
“Mechanical Parts” is a series of drawings by Robo Faber, an autonomous drawing robot created by Matthias Dörfelt. His thought process for making drawings has been programmed into Robo Faber. As time passes Dörfelt’s process will inevitably change, but the robot will continue to drawing the same way, and represent a really specific time in terms of the designer’s creative thinking.
Watch Robo Faber make drawings in the video below!
Ashrita Furman is the man with the most Guinness World Records of all time (nearly 400). This film by Brian McGinn follows Furman as he prepares to climb Machu Picchu on stilts.
I love everything about this documentary, my only complaint is that it’s much too short! This story deserves to be a full feature! I want to surround myself with people like Ashrita Furman, so full of life!
Watch the film “The Record Breaker” below!
Spike Jonze has done it again! Breathing new life into awards shows by directing a live music video for Arcade Fire and a million other things at the recent YouTube Music Awards (that nobody watched). The slow reveal of the award show itself is perfect. Loved Greta Gerwig in Frances Ha, and she does a great job here.
Did any of you watch the award show? What did you think? It was really rocky at times but it was also kind of brilliant. From the Tyler the Creator performance to the Lena Dunham short, there was an energy to it all that Saturday Night Live and late night talk shows just don’t have. If you missed it you can watch the whole show here.
Watch “Afterlife” below! Props to the camera operator!