Archive for August, 2010

Danny Perasa and his wife, Annie, came to StoryCorps (which provides Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of their lives) to recount their twenty-seven-year romance. In this heartfelt animation video ‘Danny and Annie’, (directed by the Rauch Brothers) recall their life together from their first date [...]

Eduardo Bertone worked as an art director for advertise­ment in Madrid before be com­ing a full-​time artist and illus­trator. His works have ap­peared in numerous books and magazines and group exhibitions in around the world. Like: Centre Pompidou in Paris, Shanghai Art Museum and Ivaliden1 Gallery in Berlin.

The state of the egg is in bad shape. As we all know by the recent news headlines, sadly, eggs are being recalled due to a national salmonella outbreak. Coincidentally, I recently came across this painting by Luke Chueh, which uncannily represents the current state of the egg as our food source around the nation. Classic [...]

“deinblick magazine” is the first international user-generated life magazine. It is all about your life, your style, your views, and it is written by you. The idea is simple: deinblick sets a topic for each upcoming issue and you provide the content. What you get is a high-quality print magazine, loaded with the very best [...]

Illustrator and digital artist Simon Fernandes resides in Sao Palo, Brazil. He creates gorgeous fluid shapes in his designs. Check out some of his work…

If you like Asian/American fare, then this is the fair for you. Mark your calendars, on Sunday, August 29th, the Asian American Restaurant & Food Fair is coming to Flushing, Queens. It is a one-day food tasting, cooking demonstration celebration, gathering more than twenty-five of New York’s very best Asian restaurants and their award winning, world class [...]

Stephen King‘s stories, make for great films, such as Carrie, Shawshank Redemption, The Shining, and Stand By Me. One such tale that I believe should have gotten more fanfare upon it’s release in 2007 is The Mist. It is truly a gem of a horror film, which ranks amongst one Stephen King’s best book-to-film adaptations. [...]

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