Loving these paintings by Ian Francis.
Bruno Zhu & Go Itami
Max Marshall and Paul Paper have organized an interesting photo show, opening August 2nd at Signal Gallery (New York). Each selected 100 photographers, and randomly paired them up. Each pair of photographers then selected an image from each other’s portfolios for the show. So in the end it’s a show of 200 images, curated by 200 people.
Shinseungback Kimyonghun, a Seoul-based art collective, uses facial recognition software to create portraits by averaging all the faces in a popular movie. I love how you can sort of tell that the above is image is mostly Matt Damon. Check out more movie “portraits”, and watch the video below to see how Avatar’s portrait was made.
“Wonderland” is a terrific mini-doc about life as a creative, by filmmakers Hunter H. Richards and Terry Rayment. If you’ve ever struggled to find a balance between work that’ll pay your bills and work that you’ll be proud of, this film will really resonate with you!
The film features interviews with many of my favourite creative people, including director David Lewandowski. Watch the entire film below!