Corey Richard Hall is a 22 year old artist, who lives in Pensacola, Florida. He sent me a link to his Tumblr blog, which features some of his paintings.
Corey's abstract paintings draw us inside them, providing us a window into his inner thought process. He counts among his influences the
An interesting little story behind the ‘shower scene’ in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. Apparently, Saul Bass, the storyboard designer of some key scenes in the film, claimed to have co-directed the iconic sequence. Saul Bass prepared storyboards for the shower scene, and was
Admir Jahic and Comenius Roethlisberger, two Swiss Artists, made this animation using 604 recreated frames of the (in)famous Star Wars kid video.
Little Lands. A fabulous set of tilt-shift photography by Jack Ambridge.
A cool collection of vintage bromide cards featuring pachimon (imitations of famous Japanese TV and film monsters), on the rampage through famous cities around the world.
Watch a short animated video made by animator Jorge R. Canedo Estrada of Buck, in collaboration with Davis Guggenheim, the producer and director of An Inconvenient Truth.
The video was made for Davis’ Waiting For “Superman”, a Sundance award-winning documentary on the American education system.
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Mocha’s lovely ‘Wireblooms’ will not only help you tidy up your unruly cables, but will also add a splash of color to brighten up your decor. The product was designed by Laliv Shalev, a industrial designer from Israel. Snip from the product description:
Awwww, ain't that cute. Little Xeno can't wait to celebrate her ‘Burstday’ outside. Burst Day t-shirt on sale at Splitreason. [Hat tip to Popped Culture]
Love, an Italian design agency, produced these limited edition series of prints for their ‘Love Of The Boring’ art project. The prints make a satirical statement on how we tend to fetishize ordinary objects, especially when they are tagged with the ‘minimalist design’ label.
I loved this. Watch Kirk & co. grooving to Ke$ha’s Tik Tok.