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It’s not the size of the boat, it’s the motion of the ocean

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ByronLover
May 5th, 2009
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Ok, so this may very well be the most boring GD video you’ve watched this week, and I know it’s rather lengthy, but you have to give Reuben Margolin props– he’s just as bored as you are, but what do YOU have to show for it? Surely not kinetic sculptures, simple fools!

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Mirror Mirror, Corporate Art, I am the Fairest of the Mart

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GeniusJunky
May 4th, 2009

Boys! Girls! Friends! Lovers!

I was eight years old when I went to the Children’s Museum in Los Angeles the first time.  While there, I went into a room that had a weird trail-following back-lit wall.  The wall was green and had a trace of my body on it, a trace that followed me in hot pink, like a shadow on mescaline, around the room.  I was thinking of that experience when I saw this installation of an OLED-powered device.  I can imagine that the piece would be absolutely fabulous as a palette for a choreographer or otherwise visually-oriented stage director, but honestly I don’t see the big deal about this particular piece as an objet d’art.  It’s a series of sensor-activated lights that follows you around and, as such, is a newer version seemingly of the whole shadow-wall idea.  So the folks at rAndom International, in conjunction with technology powerhouse Philips, and frankly I’m a little frightened.

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Andrea Giacobbe

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SomewhereBlue
May 3rd, 2009
0 Andrea Giacobbe

Andrea Giacobbe is one artist I will keep in my back pocket.  It would be a wet dream to work with him.  This video above is one of several he has directed. The song is called ‘Right Where It Belongs’ by Nine Inch Nails.  There are several versions of the song, but I love his take on it.  Check out more of the videos he’s directed. [ Continue Reading ]

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Hypnotic Underground Takes Time Square

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Faetra
April 29th, 2009

Further evidence that you just can’t beat the artists in the New York City subway system. If you got to see this on your morning commute it would almost make up for the upcoming fare increase…

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Slow Mo: David Coiffier Ssssllllloooows It Down For Us

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SomewhereBlue
April 29th, 2009

Check out this slow motion video by editor and videographist David Coiffier.  The footage was shot with the SprintCam v3 HD, an awesome camera that shoots 500 to 1000 frames per second 20-40 times slower than usual speed with HD quality.  The detail is [ Continue Reading ]

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Stand By Me sung around the world

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MiMo
April 28th, 2009

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This project is called Playing For Change and in my opinion it is simply remarkable! The basic idea is to go around the world and record a few famous covers from completely unknown street artists. One artist starts off the song, the other artist across the world continues the song or overlays his talent over the main track. All done on the street with a laptop and a few microfones, the result is amazing, check out the video after the continuation… [ Continue Reading ]

Signed John & Yoko

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Salex
April 27th, 2009

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They were in  room 1742 at Montreal’s prestigious Queen Elizabeth hotel, when John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono premiered Lennon’s epic “Give peace a chance” in 1969; 40 years later the  city’s Museum of Fine Arts is paying  a vibrant homage to the couple with the installation Imagine: The Peace Ballad of John and Yoko[ Continue Reading ]

One Creepy Carousel

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sirrah
April 27th, 2009
0 One Creepy Carousel

Two things came to mind when watching this video, directed by Adam Berg for the new Phillips CINEMA 21:9. [ Continue Reading ]

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When Death Saw This, It Got Creeped Out and Ran Off

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MiMo
April 23rd, 2009
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I think the title speaks for it self on this one, besides making me cringe it really did creep me out and I am almost positive that majority of you will agree. However, as creepy it is, it is just as entertaining, especially watching old grandma’s loosing them selves in the raps. [ Continue Reading ]

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