Laser Type by Oscar & Ewan. I love stuff like this – people coming up with “outside the box” ways of creating typefaces. High-powered laser pen, some mirrors, and a camera (and cigars apparently!).
Stereogum revealed the album cover and the tracklist a couple weeks ago and now another track from the album has hit the net. Gamma Ray. After hearing Chem Trails and now Gamma Ray it’s safe to say that my hopes are pretty darn high at this point. The album comes out in about two weeks!!! I can’t wait!
Just wanted to direct your attention over to the “subscribe” button over there on at the top of the sidebar. I finally got Feedburner setup properly so you can all click on this friendly icon or the “subscribe” button to subscribe to the Feed with Google Reader, or My Yahoo! or whatever reader you kids are using these days.
A thousand pardons to those of you who already subscribed to the feed in the two days since launch and have been wondering why your reader hasn’t been updating properly! You don’t need to change anything, it was a mistake on my end!
I am quite jaded when it comes to parody music videos – but this one is as good as it gets. Unless you’ve been living under a rock you have already seen the sensational video for Justice’s latest single, Stress (I posted about it awhile ago). The hoodlums’ violence in the video was controversial to some but it was exactly the type of hardcore attitude that begged to be parodied. Without further ado I present to you, Justesse – No Stress directed by Thomas Vandenberghe (according to Antville and Youtube) and produced by Charles Villeneuve:
The firecracker part is hilarious!
If you never saw the original video for Stress, I posted it after the jump!
I have been following the work of Invisible Creature for quite some time now. They sit atop the music packaging/artwork game – stunning photography, pitch-perfect typography, and an endless array of vastly different styles. These guys know how to put together a finished product!
Bleeding Through’s album, The Truth featured some of Creature’s most eye-popping photos, so I was excited when I came across a blog where they revealed their processes for creating them.
Yasmine Surovec may have the coolest blog on the internet… You could argue that she doesn’t (she really does) but it would be hard to argue that there is a more dedicated illustrator/blogger out there. He blog A Print A Day is pretty self-explanatory – she posts one of her prints per day. Her latest series of “terrariums” are gorgeous.