In an earlier post, I wrote about Todd Duym‘s experiments with photo weaving in a recent exhibition at grace-gallery in Vancouver, BC. Then, I asked Duym what he had to say about the technique. Duym told me [ Continue Reading ]In an earlier post, I wrote about Todd',description:' In an earlier post, I wrote about Todd'})">
Director Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, the upcoming Where the Wild Things Are) wants to kill skateboarders.
Don’t ask me why, but the Rockville, Maryland filmmaker who got his start as a wildly imaginative music video creator and skate film director is now intent on destroying the entire punk-on-wheels community. This video is evidence. [ Continue Reading ]Director Spike Jonze (Being John Malko',description:' Director Spike Jonze (Being John Malko'})">
I consider my self and my interests, a frankenstein of all creative. But there are two things I would not be able to function normally with out. Music gets me through the day, web development pays my rent and my various other addictions. iDaft, is something that combines both of them. It seems like Flash these days is truly without boundaries, here we have a website through which you can make your Daft Punk beats. I’ve been playing around with this thing for a few minutes and already feel like Kanye ain’t got shit on me…. But don’t listen to me, try it out your self here!
Hailing from a farm outside of small town Alberta, I like to think I have a notion of what a pickup truck is. Any truck up until the mid-nineties – with the mid- to late-seventies as the heyday by my reckoning – had a certain character, not to mention mechanical disposition, that seemed to make those machines run longer, be more dependable, and inspire endless country musicians to song.
There’s a certain artistic philosophy that in this century every piece of art in any form is some sort of off shoot of an idea that’s already been thought/done. People who believe this clearly have not seen the work of Motoi Yamamoto. Don’t quote me on this, but last I checked nobody before has created such elaborate canvases while using… [ Continue Reading ]
Trapcode is the brainchild of Peder Norrby of Sweden. His privately-held company has released two apps for the iPhone, AirPaint and Tesla. The many plug-ins available from Trapcode have been used to create an astonishing array of CG effects, including the ones above. [ Continue Reading ]