The Adjustment Bureau (2011) If you blended parts of ‘The Matrix’ with the film ‘Serendipity’ you’d get the The Adjustment Bureau. Imagine if your life was predestined and no matter the supposed choices you make, your path in life is ultimately not really up to you. This is the premise of The Adjustment Bureau (directed [...]
Short video documentary and interview of street artists Supa Kitch and Koralie for the website of the markers brand POSCA, shot by Elroy Sample of SupaKitch’s work…
The funny photo of the day is actually a cartoon we found that depicts a humorous eulogy for a guy named Hector that involves Twitter. Epitaph - by K. Cornell Gotta love Twitter humor.
Fmio Wantanabe, born in Nagasaki Prefecture, creates gorgeous illustrated landscapes that come alive with eye-popping color combinations. His illustrations have been seen in textbooks, airports, magazines and other print collateral. Here are some samples of his work…
You’ve never seen stuffed animals like this before. Adopting the idea of splicing together different parts to create new life, à la Frankstein comes a brilliant concept with Franken Toys. A growing collection of rescued toys which have been dismembered only to be re-membered as a new piece of art. Every repurposed toy has been hand sewn [...]
Lori Pensini was born in 1970 in the wheatbelt Railway town of Narrogin, near Perth in Australia. Growing up with avast expanse of landscape her imagination was free to roam. This is apparent in her oil paintings which are delicate and dreamlike in nature with a winsome sense of fluidity. Here are samples of her work… [...]
‘New York: From the Spirit to the Modern Graphic Novel’ exhibit showcasing work of the comics and graphic novel master Will Eisner who was inspired by, and which spotlighted, his hometown, New York. The exhibition is currently running till June 30, 2011 at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art. The exhibition spotlights the city as [...]