Thursday, June 25, 2009
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Electrabel candle stop-motion production
This is insane and yet so cool. I'm glad the people doing it got paid (it's an ad apparently).
Stop-motion animation is so wonderful to consume and so mind-boggling to create. Amber Case tweeted about this one (link above, just do it), which took weeks, but here's a cool claymation she did recently with a family member in one day.
Anyone with a digital camera, tripod, and some time can make stop-motion now by sequencing photos using almost any modern computer, so that's pretty exciting. It's just a really fast slide show, technically, like a cartoon.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
A.K.A. Graffiti - Oakland California - August 2008
At FIVEten Studio with Peeta (check out his new canvases) and TDK crew and performers of many kinds.
Photos by Peeta, Kemrexx, and Susan Farrell. Regrettably these are not all the items in the show, but here are some of the more photographable highlights.
Low Rider, parked
Low Rider with Vogue paint, character
Friday, October 10, 2008
Banksy's Pet Store in New York
Banksy's "Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill" will be open until October 31st (Halloween) daily from 10am until midnight. And you can see the stuff through the window too, so just go.
While New Yorkers have been consumed by the stock market meltdown, a tiny little pet store quietly opened four days ago at 89 7th Avenue between West 4th and Bleeker Street in the West Village of New York City.
It's an installation with no live animals (finally). And it's stencil and graffiti free. It would be hard to believe it's Banksy's if Wooster Collective hadn't said so. Follow the link to see their video of some of it.
Wooster: From Banksy:
?New Yorkers don?t care about art, they care about pets. So I?m exhibiting them instead. I wanted to make art that questioned our relationship with animals and the ethics and sustainability of factory farming, but it ended up as chicken nuggets singing. I took all the money I made exploiting an animal in my last show and used it to fund a new show about the exploitation of animals. If it's art and you can see it from the street, I guess it could still be considered street art."