Archive for March, 2010
Portuguese artist Filipe Soares has created some interesting little worlds using story boxes.
Pink Terror by Mike Barzman and Christian Swegal
Don’t know too much about this video, but I love watching things getting smashed and exploding in slow motion.
Hot Chip must not like boy bands too much and all must be destroyed. Fun video!
Great video for Florence and the Machine’s Dog Days Are Over directed by Legs. I mentioned Legs video for “ I Wanna Be Your Dog” a few weeks back that was a subversive take on the casting process but this video seems to be inspired by drag queens.
Commercial for British Walkers Baked Chips or “crisps” using Air’s song Sexy Boy. It’s a little Abercrombie & Fitch meets Herb Ritts on the bus.
So many people I know are obsessed about Bacon. It seems to have an addictive quality that makes people love it ! I recently saw a friend post to her Facebook wall ” Is a life without bacon a life worth living?”. Personally, I don’t eat it, I’m sure it’s tasty but I’m just not going down that rabbit hole.
I found this excellent vintage book cover from one of my favorite inspiration sites and it made me think about my friends ♥ for bacon . The book was designed for the Danish Bacon Factories Export Association and probably dates from the late fifties to early sixties.
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I am loving the work of Radical Friend. Their new video for Yeasayer’s track One is an 80s new wave meets 90s rave with a touch of 70s Pink Floyd. Check out the Dark Bubbles video and read more about them at the Spy Films blog.
This video is channeling Russ Myer, Windy O’ Williams in Reform School Girls, Natural Born Killers, and finally Thelma and Louise. What am I missing? See if you can find Gaga as her brunette self in the video. I must say, it’s pretty damn fun to watch!
“You know what they say, once you kill the cow, you gotta make a burger” – Gaga
Good rework of the track Baby from The Phenomenal Handclap Band.
via: Phuture Labs
I love these photos from French photographer Denis Darzacq. I’ve seen suspended motion photographs many times before but what makes these stand out is the supermarket and it’s vibrant color as a backdrop.
via: The Daily Beast
I really need to take a road trip soon and this is another song to add to the road trip playlist.
Totally digging this work from Uruguay artist Ana Bidart
Sugar Free, Plaster bust, sugar free gum, 2010
Brooklyn artist Nick van Woert uses some interesting materials on plaster busts. Ok, so now maybe people will start to use their gum as Art instead of spitting it out on the sidewalks in San Francisco.