03.06.16 by Jeff

Posters For Cult Films We’ll Never Get To See

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Los Angeles-based graphic artist Fernando Reza imagines a series of posters for films that iconic directors like Hitchcock, Lynch, and Kubrick, were unable to bring to life. Kaleidoscope for instance, would have been Alfred Hitchcock’s prequel to Shadow of a Doubt. Hitchcock had filmed silent test footage for the film, which was going to be told from the murderer’s perspective, and feature enough sex and violence that the studio ultimately persuaded him not to make it. You can actually watch test footage here.

See more film posters from this series below!

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02.06.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Céli Lee

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Some recent drawings by Céli Lee (previously featured here and here), originally born in China, currently based in London. More images below.

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02.06.16 by Staff

Nine-Foot Tall Sand Sculpture of Elephant Playing Chess with a Mouse

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Artists Ray Villafane and Sue Beatrice create an incredibly detailed, life-size sand sculpture of an elephant playing chess with a field mouse. FYI: the elephant’s name is Chessie Trunkston and the mouse is Hershel Higginbottom. See more images below or on display at the Sanderson Lincoln Pavillion in Carefree, Arizona until August!

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01.06.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Alzbeta Jaresova

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Selection of drawings by London-based artist Alzbeta Jaresova. More images below.

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01.06.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Simon Deadman

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A selection of images by photographer Simon Deadman, based in Perth, Australia. More images below.

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01.06.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Yasu Hisya

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Yasu Hisya is on another level. More images below.

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01.06.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Gizem Vural

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Illustrations by Gizem Vural, originally from Istanbul, Turkey, now based in Ithaca, New York. More images below.

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01.06.16 by Staff

Animated Characters Play Piano with Their Footsteps

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“Andante” by MIT’s Tangible Media Group is an exploration in musical motion, intended to visualize the bodily experience and natural rhythms of music. While this project is no doubt highly sophisticated, there’s something super charming about simply watching these little animated characters play the piano as they walk! Check out the full video over at Booooooom TV!