Via The Local: The video, directed by Swede Jakob Ström for the Norwegian arm of the charity Care International, promotes the message that fathers need to do more than just guard their daughters from physical dangers, they should also work to change attitudes in society. No words. Just click.
In 1970, Eva Hesse died of brain tumors at the the height of her art career. She was 34 years old. In her wake, she left behind one of the most remarkable bodies of work by a twentieth century artist. After her death, the Guggenheim Museum gave her a five-year retrospective, and filled the famous space with her work. Not generally [...]
The Hunger Games meme has been released. And as a cultural touchstone it had to fall on others. Barbie stars in her own trailer for the film. And she brings along some of her friends.
According to Merriam Webster the definition of SOLIPSISM is: a theory holding that the self can know nothing but its own modifications and that the self is the only existent thing; also : extreme egocentrism In Andrew Huang's version, which won Special Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival 2012, we get a chance to see his [...]
This came to us through an artist who persists on telling his story, reminding us, not to give up: no matter what. Transcript PIXAR May 17, 2011 To Whom it May Inspire, I, like many of you artists out there, constantly shift between two states. The first (and far more preferable of the two) is white-hot, "in the zone" [...]
While stumbling through the internet today, we came across this vintage style poster which reminded us of one of our most popular posts here on mixingreality. In doing some research to find the source of the image, we came across this tidbit : The fictional "Paradise Falls" [...]
Today is the last Friday in April, Arbor Day, 2011. The father of Arbor Day, J. Sterling Morton, said of his idea : Arbor Day is not like other holidays. Each of those reposes on the past, while Arbor Day proposes for the future. We love this concept. It reminds us of that it takes courage to propose for the future. Which leads us [...]
How we love the nature of linked data to provide everything one might find on the interwebs! A few weeks ago, we saw the work of Peter Strange Yumi on Facebook, and immediately wanted to post about it. When he friended us, we came upon the work of Joanna Priestley, and thought our readers might want to know her too. Joanna hand animates [...]
Kurtis Hough has been described as a one-man-idea-machine. With a background in computer animation, short film direction, game and shareware design, photography, and painting, we can understand the moniker. We stumbled upon his short films on Vimeo, and were struck by his references to nature, even when using animation. Enjoy his [...]
The band, TV On The Radio release their new Interscope album today : Nine Types of Light. In addition to the album, the band has also created videos for every song on the album which are collected into an hour-long film. The entire movie is available on YouTube. Watch it below. TV On The Radio singer Tunde Adebimpe directed [...]