02.05.11 by Jeff

Robin Eley

“Plastic” by Robin Eley.

Artist painter Robin Eley

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27.04.11 by Jeff

$18,000 Rethink Scholarship!

For the third year in a row, Rethink and Langara College are offering an $18,000 scholarship to aspiring art directors and designers. The winner snags full tuition for Langara College’s two-year Communication and Ideation program and an internship at Rethink.

Rethink Langara College Scholarship 2011

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19.04.11 by Jeff

Symmetry

“Symmetry” another marvelous video by Everynone for Radiolab.

Radiolab presents Symmetry by Everynone

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07.04.11 by Jeff

Koki Tanaka

Yesterday I asked our readers (on Facebook) about a video that I’d seen of someone doing a whole bunch of mundane things like putting a glove onto a street post and throwing a mattress down some stairs. It was a long shot but I was hoping someone would know what I was talking about despite my vague description. Incredibly, it took less than 3 minutes to track down the video (thanks to Fredrik Berglund). So here is that video as well as a few other brilliant works by artist Koki Tanaka.

video artist koki tanaka

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28.03.11 by Jeff

Mars-1 + Doze Green

A Mars-1 and Doze Green collaboration.

mars-1 doze green collaboration painters paintings

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22.03.11 by Jeff

Meggs

Here’s a nice little profile on my friend Meggs with lots of footage from the Pow Wow Hawaii event last month as well as footage from his studio in Australia.

meggs video artist interview

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25.02.11 by Jeff

Fun with rolling papers

This video pretty much sums up the vibe of POW WOW. “Rizzling” is the lost art of spinning rolling papers on your finger.

fun with rolling papers rizzling rizla

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24.02.11 by Jeff

Clement Valla

“A Sequence of Lines Traced by 500 Individuals” by Clement Valla.

A sequence of lines traced by five hundred individuals by clement valla

“Each new user only sees the latest line drawn, and can therefore only trace this latest imperfect copy. As the line is reproduced over and over, it changes and evolves – kinks, trembling motions and errors are exaggerated through the process.”

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