24.06.15 by Staff

Mauricio Alejo

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Mexico City-born, New York City-based, artist Mauricio Alejo offers a playful twist on seemingly mundane objects. See more fantastic images below!

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24.06.15 by Staff

Wayne Lawrence

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Great work by Brooklyn-based, documentary photographer Wayne Lawrence. See more images from Taking Back Detroit for National Geographic below.

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23.06.15 by Staff

Never Hide Films: “Martha”

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Yours Truly have curated a group of rising composers and filmmakers to produce a series of music driven, narrative shorts for Ray-Ban’s Never Hide Films channel. We were brought on board to help curate the film posters.

Last time it was Andrea Wan for Danny Sangra and Terrace Martin’s collaboration on “Saturday Night Cosmic Breakdown.” This time around it’s Brecht Vandenbroucke for Sam Benenati‘s “Martha,” with music by James Vincent McMorrow. Can’t wait!

 

23.06.15 by Kimi Hamada

Frederik Vercruysse

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Beautiful photographs by Antwerp-based photographer Frederik Vercruysse. Tempo Polveroso emerged from personal work taken during Vercruysse’s time in Tuscany. See more images from the series below.

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23.06.15 by Staff

Ciclotramas by Mello + Landini

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Amazing rope installations by Brazil-based artist duo Janaina Mello and Daniel Landini! See more images from Ciclotramas below.

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23.06.15 by Staff

Arno De Pooter

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Love the colours in these photographs by Arno De Pooter. See more from De Pooter’s series Bleach below.

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22.06.15 by Jeff

Jameson First Shot: Film Posters

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Last year I flew down to LA to interview Kevin Spacey about his Jameson First Shot film project where young filmmakers get a chance to direct A-list actors in films they write and direct themselves. Last year Uma Thurman lent her talents to three films and this year’s lead actor is Adrien Brody.

Three finalists were chosen from different countries and illustrators from the same countries were picked to make posters for the films. One of the directors was selected from Canada and my good friend Carson Ting was chosen to make the poster! You can see his poster for Stephan Tempier’s ‘Boredom’ above, which tells the story of Danny, a 40-year-old who chooses to remain a child (Carson, I could make a joke here about you but I won’t).

See the other two posters below.

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22.06.15 by Jeff

Booooooom Hookups: 3 Komono x Andy Rementer Watches

Our Vancouver-based friends at Fbomb Trading have hooked us up with 3 fantastic Komono watches designed by a personal favourite, illustrator Andy Rementer. We wanna give them all away to you and two friends, we’ll even throw in Andy’s amazing book as well!

All you have to do is follow @fbombtrading and @ tag two of your friends in the post above (or click here). We’ll pick winners in two weeks and you and your buds get everything you see in this photo of my desk.

Enter as many times as you like! Winners will be selected using a random number generator.