It was only a matter of time that we saw sweetly rendered plant matter transform into car parts. Love the blanket shots especially!
Monthly Archives: May 2008
Thought i would share a link to my friends reel, Rob Norman. He has some absolutely stunning footage concentrated on surf, snow and skate. Amazing camera work in some gnarly situations!
Shaun Gladwell is an Australian artist from Sydney who in my circle is most prominently known for his video art project Storm Sequence that In August, 2007, an anonymous buyer at a Sotheby’s auction in Melbourne paid AUS$84,000 for. Not bad:: It was seen at the time to be the forewarning of a groundbreaking trend in contemporary art. Gladwell seems to have some very interesting projects and by the list of his bio is in
Check his site HERE::
ROJO® the independent artist and designer consortium who promote and support the arts in all its formats have just launched a TV channel found HERE on their site:
ROJO® generates cultural and creative networks, developing and coordinating collaborative projects and events, hosting exhibitions in its brand new artspace global network, broadcasting audiovisual art through its recently launched online TV channel and a DVD collection, publishing a collection of monographic art books by uprising artists, and last but not least, the nexus of it all, the one of a kind world class text-less art magazine, composed entirely of exclusive art contributions, and distributed in more than 35 countries.
Get involved and submit work here
DC Shoe co. have just launched a new site www.dcskateboarding.tv with a heavy focus on video. The site has a large archive of videos all presented in 640×360 16:9 ratio with the option of fullscreen. It sure makes a difference watching the videos when they are of some what quality. I think we have the technology not to look back now in terms of video presentation on the net. Well done to DC for giving the people what they want.
The vid The king of barcelona is well worth watching.
WTF. This is pure genius.