Monthly Archives: March 2009

Kutiman mixes YouTube

“What you see is what you hear.” Nice editing. Love how random the clips are he has used.
Great idea, i have seen similar executions but think this is one of the better versions.
Props to Kutiman – check his site HERE




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Heaven (Fully Flared Intro Video Remix)

SWEET! The intro to Fully Flared has been extended into a music video for UNKLE.

View our last post about the Fully Flared intro HERE


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Its Friday !

Must be one of the cheapest ways to make a clip : get some crew together into a white studio and shoot heaps of frames on a phantom. Nah but it still comes up with the goods for a tune to get your Friday started  – Woup Woup !!!



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Jim Jarmusch : The Limits of Control

One of my favorite quotes of a quote is from Jim Jarmusch: “Noting is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, tees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (an theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. And don’t bother concealing your thievery-celebrate it if you feel like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: “It’s not where you take things from-it’s where you take them to.”
He is definitely someone on my list of “I’d like to meet. Looking forward to seeing this.

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Yassine Ouhilal – Yazzy Photo

Yassine Ouhilal has become one of the most sought after photographers in the active lifestyle world.  He specializes in pioneering and documenting new and unchartered surf destinations. For the past ten years he has photographed dozens of locations around the globe, including several in Arctic regions.

Yassine’s unique style superimposes unlikely scenarios with otherworldly settings. From swimming in the Arctic Ocean to capture a surfer in action with a snowcapped background to driving 4000 miles across the Sahara desert in search of unspoiled waves, he will stop at nothing to create images that set themselves apart. The reason?

He loves what he does.Yassine’s relationship with photography began as a child after receiving his first camera. He continued shooting through adolescence. His subject matter metamorphosed as quickly as his ever growing tastes, from lightning bolts and Astrophotography to fashion. At 16, Yassine moved to Hawaii to attend University  and fell in love with surfing.

His Photograpohs are made up of childhood dreams of mine, exploring new fronteers to get to that new break and surfing with no one else around.

Check out his site HERE



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Tony Hawk and the birdhouse demo vs. The Internet

The power of the interent is truely amazing….

So… after hearing from various methods of communication > email, phone, website, facebook, & twitter. i found out that Tony Hawk was showing up at the bowl at Bondi for a birdhouse demo on Friday at 2.30pm. Naturally I WANTED TO GET SHOTS! and i did. After joining twitter that day i thought i would it would be sweet to follow Tony Hawk seeing he is totally on top of the twitter thing. Later that day he posted how good it was to skate bondi, i then replyied to him with a link to my photo. In which he returned a comment. Now there must be quite a few dudes following the worlds best skater as within an hour my photo had been viewed by over a thousand people. At present it has 1,885 unique visits and counting… ah the power of the internet.
Tony Hawk - Bondi Bowl
check it out large HERE
follow me on twitter HERE



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Wrong Daughters Mode

I like the way we start in reverse, then forget we are in reverse then reverse becomes forward and the start is the end, do I make sense?

Simple idea, nice and dark.

Would like to see the camera rig used for filming the front of the car.

Patrick Daughters :  repped Directors Bureau : huge back catalog of rad  music clips.



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