Archive for 2011

Check out Shrillex’s new video for the song ‘First of the Year (Equinox)’, which is equal parts creepy, spine-tingling and supernatural. If you’re not into dubstep, you will still appreciate this technical masterpiece. In case you didn’t know: Shrillex is Sonny Moore, an American electro house/dubstep producer who hails from Los Angeles. ‘First of the Year’ is [...]

These ads for Kiss FM 103.5 use the chorus lyrics to popular songs, which seem out of place and frankly quite silly when plucked out and used on it’s own. Which is why the tag line “It’s better when you hear it” works perfectly in this advertising campaign from Ogilvy & Mather, Chicago. Lyrics from Lady [...]

The FCUK Fall Winter 2011 trailer we featured a few days ago was just the first in a series of 9 trailers for the brand. Here are the 2nd and 3rd in the series in the Autumn/Winter campaigns directed by Leila and Damien de Blinkk: Picture yourself in a field of flowers, the sun radiating [...]

The Savage Eye Surrealism & Cinema exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery, at the Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque, presents a major survey of the surrealist sensibility in cinema. This includes a focus on the late films of Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel, undoubtedly the most well-known filmmaker to emerge out of Surrealism, and who continued to underline the [...]

Paintings by Diego Gravinese appear to be photographs, they are so realistic. Mostly working in oil, Gravinese creates snapshots in time, seemingly from the eyes of a voyeur. Here are some samples of his artwork: After the Gold Rush

Lola Alvarez Bravo by Lorette C. Luzajic Most photographers are known for mastery of a particular aspect of the art – lighting, composition, subject matter, style and design, creativity, perspective, portraits, and so forth. When a photographer’s strength is every one of these, you have the formidable Mexican Lola Alvarez Bravo. For fifty years, Lola [...]

Luke Ramsey is one of many artist’s whose work appears in a new therapeutic activity book Ink About It from Art With Heart. The book is intended to help struggling teens and tweens adapt and adjust to life’s ups and downs, to lead kids toward social and emotional wellness. Ilustration spread by Luke Ramsey: The activities [...]

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