Archive for April, 2011

Opening this Thursday, April 7th, is Los Angeles based artist KMNDZ’s “The Heaviest” art show at Fifty24SF Gallery. KMNDz has worked for some of the world’s premier design agencies and top entertainment companies such as MTV, Microsoft, Lexus and Disney, to name a few.

Red Riding Hood Movie Review Red Riding Hood, directed by Catherine Hardwicke, is a loose adaption of the infamous and often gruesome folktale that dates back from before the 17th century, set during medieval times, in a village deep in the forest. Valerie (Amanda Seyfried) a spirited, beautiful young girl who’s heart belongs to a [...]

New silkscreen print ‘10 Years’ designed from an ink drawing based on a painting Buff Monster did 10 years ago. It was scanned with all the colors separated out and sent off to my print. Swatches were mailed  to the printer so that each color would match the custom-mixed colors that he used in his [...]

This beautiful animated film Mt. Head (Atama Yama) (2002) was nominated for an Oscar in 2003. A frugal old man suddenly sprouts a leaf from the top of his head. He decides to cut it off and save it in a jar, but this becomes a repeat pattern for him, as it continually sprouts again. [...]

Interview with artists Miss Van, Nuria Mora, and Ricardo Cavolo by Safewalls, an art project by Cirque du Soleil. Here are the websites for Miss Van, Nuria Mora, Ricardo Cavolo where you can learn more about them and see their work.

A food creation with zero calories and packed with lots of creativity. Lego pizza sculpture with lego salad and soda. via mocpages

Sure the actors and the story line are most prominent aspects of a film, but sometimes we need to step back and understand what goes on behind the scenes and fully appreciate all the hard work that goes into production. The zero-gravity scene in Inception is not computer trickery, it’s the real deal. Watch this [...]

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