Okay ladies and gentlemen, to celebrate the launch of the new site we have our very first project! The concept is simple. Take a photo of the sunset. That’s it! There is a submission form at the end of this post. I will gather up submissions and create a gallery of your submitted work. Be sure to include your name, email, and website so other visitors can see who made what! VIEW THE FULL POST —►
I upgraded my Flickr account to “PRO” the other day. I am still miles lightyears away from pro status in terms of actual skill but the “PRO” account allows me to upload to my heart’s content a.k.a. upload every photo I have ever taken since birth. Three years ago today, I was in Sri Lanka building houses after the tsunami. I found a couple discs of photos from my time there and picked a few to throw up on here.
This man is Karuna, he ran the little surfers’ hotel we lived in for a month.
I had the privilege of meeting James a.k.a. SheOne at a live painting event, that Addict Clothing put on, here in downtown Vancouver. We met up again and I had the chance to interview him while he painted some canvases for Anthony’s shop, Subdivision. I planned to have the video edited and on the net shortly after that, but I ended up getting swamped with a few other projects and since this was a personal one, it kinda got pushed to the backburner.
It has taken me awhile, but I am happy to finally get the opportunity to share this little video with you all. James is an amazingly talented artist and a down to earth human being, I am honored to call him a friend. This video is kinda like looking at an elephant through a keyhole; it’s but a small peek at the innerworkings of the artist known as SheOne. Enjoy.
Bêtes de Mode (Beasts of Fashion) by Thomas Couderc and Clement Vauchez. They created 13 images of models superimposed over images of animals and the results are stunning! The works were displayed at Galeries Lafayette Boulevard Hausmann. Peep the rest of the images after the jump!
The new Justice video for Stress – directed by Romain-Gavras – just hit the net. I don’t believe this is out yet so this may or may not be the final version.
Love this video – very kinetic camerawork and a foreboding sense of danger – the visuals just fit the song so well.
I’m definitely not a comic book obsessed fanboy by any means but I came across some work that is just stunning! Presenting the work of Aaron Noble. In the vein of Anthony Lister (another favourite), Noble takes super hero imagery and flips it on its head.
He is able to twist and distort pieces of costumes and other small details into amazing pieces of street art. Enjoy.