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Schultz is my last name. It sounds Jewish, but it’s actually German, which can sometimes make introductions awkward. I’m in Montreal. You should probably consider living here; it’s cold nine months of the year but you can buy alcohol at 18 and the government will still pay for a new liver. I’ll be loitering around for a little while - I hope we can all become great friends.

Ciril Jazbec is from Slovenia

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Schultz
August 15th, 2009

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Ciril Jazbec is 21 years old and he’s already an award-winning photographer in his native Slovenia. He has a new website with samples of his work.

I always assumed Slovenia was a post-Soviet hellhole, but it turns out it’s the 26th most developed country in the world (only 5 below Britain.) Huh. There’s your geography lesson of the day. [ Continue Reading ]

You Should Probably Be Listening to I Monster

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Schultz
March 24th, 2009

imonster 400x400 You Should Probably Be Listening to I Monster

Want to feel like you were “there” when a musical act hit it big? Two words: I Monster. Do yourself a favour and pickup their album Neveroddoreven (try spelling it backwards.) Their only presence in the North American public’s consciousness was with Lupe Fiasco’s balls-out awesome song “Daydream“, which was based on their song “Daydream in Blue.” They have [ Continue Reading ]

Oh, Also…

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Schultz
March 23rd, 2009

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New thing we’re trying out around here: the link-post (or link dump if you’re going to be crude about it.) Everything here is 100% AT approved.

- GOOD Magazine is a pretty solid source of socially-conscious writing, and they’ve got a great piece on the “Urban Cowboys” who illegally explore the tunnels of the world’s greatest cities. (GOOD)

- I used to know the words to Where the Wild Things Are better than I knew the names of close family members, so I’m incredibly excited for the Spike Jonze adaptation, which has a new poster out. It’s over at Pajiba, which is possibly my favourite website of all time. (Pajiba)

- Paul Neave has turned web design into an art form. His creations are simple, but they’re also immensely inspired. He’s created a 3-D virtual dandelion that you can blow on through the mike of your computer. It’s pretty incredible. (Neave)

- Some Welsh farmers recreated the Mona Lisa with sheep with light-packs on their backs. It’s an Android’s dream. (DarraghDoyle)

- Adam Buxton (who has a great show with Joe Cornish on BBC 6Music) created this video for the release of Radiohead’s In Rainbows. It’s not very topical, but I had to share it. [ Continue Reading ]

Kahori Maki Paints Rooms

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Schultz
March 18th, 2009

24 02 2009 0198418001235495238 kahori maki 266x400 Kahori Maki Paints Rooms

Think Michelangelo’s so great? Imagine if he’d painted the entire Sistine chapel, instead of pussying out and just doing the ceiling.

Japanese artist Kahori Maki is a skilled graphic artist in two-dimensions, but when she switches to three the result is like a mimeographed LSD trip. Imagine being locked in there. You’d be schizophrenic within the half-hour.

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The BMW Museum is Heaven for Cars

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Schultz
March 16th, 2009

med 07 bmwmuseum The BMW Museum is Heaven for Cars

The interior of the new BMW Museum in Munich looks like a cross between the Apple Store and the Reichstag. It’s pretty breathtaking. I don’t really get turned on by car design – your dream car has a 2.7 L engine and 237 Horsepower? Great. My dream car can make the Kessel Run in less than 12 Parsecs. We’re both equally close to our goals. [ Continue Reading ]

Introducing… Schultz

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Schultz
March 13th, 2009

Schultz is my last name. It sounds Jewish, but it’s actually German, which can sometimes make introductions awkward. I’m in Montreal. You should probably consider living here; it’s cold nine months of the year but you can buy alcohol at 18 and the government will still pay for a new liver. I’ll be loitering around for a little while – I hope we can all become great friends.

Yours,

Schultz