Archive for January, 2010
Glenn Walls Dual 120
I totally have a thing for objects covered in disco ball mirrors.
She’s Got Me Dancing from Tommy Sparks. I know this has been around for while but it’s just so much fun to watch. Directed by Eric Wareheim, who also directed the twisted video for Major Lazer’s Keep it Going Louder.
Art and fashion from Helsinki fashion brand Gilles et Dada. HOT!
via: Art Milk
Temporal Form no. 11
San Antonio Texas artist Ansen Seale uses slit scan-photography to capture what he refers to as a “hidden reality” . All in camera work and no manipulation using Photoshop or darkroom tricks. Creepy and cool.
I Can’t Be Hypnotized 9 x 11″
Interesting collage work of from Jeffrey Meyer.
Alex Roman’s The Third & The Seventh. Amazing!
Well, not really but close. Raindrops video from Basement Jaxx.
This video was directed by Radical Friend and it’s amazing. The song doesn’t do much for me.
WARNING! Turn the music down, the song with this video is just AWFUL. But, the video is an amazing recreation of Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Netherlandish Proverbs.
It’s another rainy day in San Francisco, so I thought this dubstep remix of Rabbit Heart (Raise it Up) from Florence and the Machine fit the mood.
I’m in a dubstep mood today, so here are a few more mixes.
I am a big fan of Goldfrapp, just not their last album. The new single is promising of things to come from the new album “Head first”. Now let’s hear some remixes please.
Portland Oregon photographer Robbie Augspurger’s series of head shots remind me of those awkward high school photos that no one ever wants to see again. The outfits and hair styles in these shots, do resemble the hipster hot mess retro styles often seen in the Mission district of San Francisco, except the phones aren’t as cool.
Video excerpt from Hotel Pro Forma’s opera Tomorrow, In A Year
I have been a big fan of The Knife since a friend introduced me to their sophomore album, Deep Cuts, back in 2004. They recently collaborated with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock to compose music for the Danish performance group Hotel Pro Forma’s Darwin themed opera based on the book On the Origin of the Species. They are going to release the studio album of the opera Tomorrow, In A Year digitally in February followed by the hard copy in March. It should be interesting and I hope some remixes are produced, bringing some of the albums songs to the dance floor.
They released a free download of the eleven minute song “Colouring of Pigeons” this week.
Dirty Bomb, 2008
It’s the first Monday of the new year and I decided a remix of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” was a good song to start the first week of the new year off with.
The above image is of a new 12″x18″ calendar poster I designed to send out to clients. Hit me up if you want to find out how to get one.