Thursday, September 30, 2010

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

El Guicho - Bombay NSFW

El Guincho - Bombay from CANADA on Vimeo.

This completely off the hook El Guincho video is actually a trailer for a larger film. Directed by Nicolas Mendez, El Guincho's steel drummed, psyche-tropical trip into the human cosmos.

El Guincho, aka Pablo Díaz-Reixa is one strangely amazing dude who, growing up on the Canary Isles, was starved for 80's pop culture. He was just "a homeboy, who didn't know about much except the beach and the sea."

The Original Fat Cap Chair

Earlier this year, industrial designer Sander van Heukelom presented two conceptual pieces inspired by graffiti culture. Originally created as part of an exhibition, the Fat Cap design will now make its way into a commercial release. This video documents the process from sketch to finish for the chairs which will be available this fall through

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Timelapse Tokyo

inter // states from Samuel Cockedey on Vimeo.

There are a few things that I love in this world. One of them is timelapse videos, as you can tell by the earlier post in this blog. This video in particular shows the city of Tokyo. I like the fact that such videos allow you to see societies and cities in a total different perspective. We can see the city's pulse and movement reflecting such aesthetic that makes me appreciate living in a vivid city such as Dallas.

Photographer Samuel Cockedey and ambient/electronic musician Paul Frankland (also known as Woob) link up in this new timelapse video of Tokyo titled inter // states.

Pioneers! O Pioneers!

The Hundreds NYC opened up their doors last week. Check out their blog. They made a plate with this poem for the store front. I find it quite inspirational. Hope you do to. Enjoy.