2011

Song of Los

Apparat – »Song of Los« directed by Saman Keshavarz. Brand new clip of Sascha Ring from his current album release »The Devil’s Walk«. It is highly themed with retro-styled visuals and the little story has a surprise ending. Not to be missed are the many clips with robots, a nice Machtdose collection of human-machine interfaces.

Soviet Bus Stops

Up until today I had a very different vision of soviet roadside bus stops. The photographer Christopher Herwig carried out a wonderful study of the most particular places. The following collection of images was taken during 2002 and 2006. On Herwigs homepage is a brief introduction to this work.

Storytelling

The Art of Paco Pomet.


»Celebración«, 110 x 125 cm, 2007


»Internacional«, 110 x 150 cm, 2008


»Prácticas«, 60 x 70 cm, 2011


»Storytelling«, 110 x 130 cm, 2008


»Fábula«, 40 x 40 cm, 2010

Everything Is Dancing

don’t miss these clips…

Everything Is Dancing from Fair Ohs

Fair Ohs – »Everything Is Dancing« directed by Dave Ma. The truth about Batman and Robin as we have not known it before.

Chilly Gonzales – »You Can Dance« directed by Jonathan Barre. Rediscovered pt. I: This clip is full of self-confident eroticism of quite normal women. Fanatstic.

She & Him – »Don’t Look Back« directed by Jeremy Konner. Rediscovered pt. II: Director Jeremy Konner made one of the best clips in the early months of 2011. The retro design and vintage look is amazing.

Cut Copy – »Blink And You’ll Miss A Revolution« directed by Emile Sornin. »Blink And You’ll Miss A Revolution« features apes finding the body parts of the band’s members in a cave which they use to put on a concert.

Gold Panda – »Snow & Taxis« directed by Ronni Shendar. Rediscovered pt. III: green, blooming, experimental and rhythmical pulsating.

Norman Palm – »Easy« directed by Frank Höhne. Rediscovered pt. IV: One of those clips which have the focus on typography. Very stylish.

Millennium – »Spring« directed by Millennium. New side project of Norman Palm. Image noise and abstract figures.

Twilight Zone

Barry Underwood examines the effect of light pollution on natural landscapes in a series of photographs that feel ethereal and fantastical, despite being rooted in reality. Read the whole interview with Underwood on Juxtapoz.


»Norquay«


»Parade Field«


»Trace Blue«


»Miwok Trail«


»Blue Line«