Funny new spots from the Mini. In the first one, two guys drive through history - from the Roman ages through the Middle Ages and then to the present. The second Ninja one's not as great (in my opinion) but since they have ninjas it's pretty cool.…
Earth Hour is a worldwide event that encourages individuals to unite in the fight against global warming by turning off their lights for one hour. For the first time in history, people of all ages, nationalities, race and background have the opportunity to use their light switch as their vote – Switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, or leaving them on is a vote… Continue
Added by Eugene on March 16, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Elena Kalis is a photographer that uses light, color and space to create images that are not just visually striking, but emotionally stirring. There's a beautiful, artistic movement to these underwater photographs. Elena creates a fantasy land where dreams come true, where imaginations are set free and where beauty and darkness can intertwine to create something… Continue
Whether you like him or not, Mike Tyson is one of the most entertaining yet controversial figures of our time. "Tyson" is acclaimed indie director James Toback's stylistically inventive portrait of a mesmerizing Mike Tyson. Toback allows Tyson to reveal himself without inhibition and with eloquence and a pervasive vulnerability.
Through a mixture of original interviews and archival footage and photographs, a startlingly complex, fully-rounded human being… Continue
Added by Eugene on March 16, 2009 at 11:30am —
Jonathan Puckey is a graphic designer and programmer based in Amsterdam. What's amazing about Jonathan is that he's a leader in using modern technology to manipulate pictures and create pieces of art. Instead of relying on already existing tools, he creates his own, such as the 'delauney raster', a custom-written image vectorization tool for… Continue
Added by alice on March 16, 2009 at 10:00am —
Have you ever seen a pink dolphin? Yup, I guess it's for real. Charter boat captain Erik Rue, 42, photographed the animal, which is actually an albino, when he began studying it after the mammal first surfaced in a Louisiana lake.
Local charter boat Captain Erik Rue originally saw the dolphin, which also has reddish eyes, swimming with a pod of four other dolphins,… Continue
Added by Eugene on March 16, 2009 at 10:00am —
What is up, people? Don't know how often we'll be updating the actual blog, but we'll definitely be putting up photos and videos. If anything earth-shattering happens, obviously we'll let you know. Also, pay attention to what we're doing and help us decide where to go and what to see. The whole point of our little show is not only to do what WE want, but to show you all what YOU want to see.
I had a hard time trying to figure out if I liked this commercial but once I realized that this was all done through projection and that even their clothes were projected on...well, at that point they had me. Notice the haunted mansion like old faces during the supermarket scene. Oh yes and did I mention that I have a soft spot for commercials that take us through milestones or moments in people's lives?
A very cool limited edition poster called Change Happened by Tristan Eaton is coming out soon. Tristan Eaton is a graffiti artist, illustrator & toy designer who is credited for having designed the Kidrobot logo as well as most of the first wave of Kidrobot toys. His… Continue
Added by alice on March 15, 2009 at 12:30am —
What would happen if you took Garfield out of all the Garfield comic strips? What would you be left with? Perhaps the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle. As Jim Davis, the man behind this idea states, "It is a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American… Continue
Added by alice on March 15, 2009 at 12:00am —
This commercial for Hovis titled Go on Lad just won Best Television Commercial of the Year from the British Television Advertising Awards. It takes you through 122 years of British history and is an example of nostalgic advertising that's been sweeping the airwaves.