Voices and animation by Sinbad Richardson (same dude that did the Have You Seen in My Dreams music video posted a few days back).
Archive for April 2009
Michael Rojkind and BIG have just won the competition to design the new Tamayo Museum, a new cultural center to be built in the hills of Atizapan, in the outskirts of Mexico City. Set as a homage to the great Mexican muralist Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991), the museum aims to serve as a nucleus for eduaction and culture in a local, regional, and international scale.
This series of paintings by the Chinese-born Zhang Haiying is wicked. Even though at a first glance one might be drawn into them because of the bright palette in play and the highly sensual imagery, the series itself dares to go much much further. In reality, the paintings are based on photographs that Haying found on the web of official anti-vice campaigns that aim to crack down on prostitution and pornography in China. Also, its fair to mention that his craft is top-notch.
Our good mate “El Churron” has just spent a few days in Mexico City attending the MACO artfair. During his days there, he used his time to cook up a couple interesting projects, and to document the things he saw. Here then, are a few of the images he shared with us, to give you an insider’s scoop on what went down…
(Galeria Diablo Rosso, Panama)
To see the rest of this Flickr album, click here.
Damn! This video by Sinbad Richardson, for Miracle Fortress is amazing. To put it together, Sinbad had to create 1850 individual drawings. The final result is epic.. and the music is not bad at all.
This is probably the hottest fashion editorial ever to come out of a French fashion magazine. It was all shot by Camilla Akrans, and stars the extremely sexy Anja Rubik, for Numéro’s 74th edition.
(Because we knew you would all be craving high res pics of this series, we did just that. You can click on each of them to watch them in full size.)
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William Kentridge is a South African artist who’s become very well known for his charcoal based hand drawn animations. This video is titled History of the Main Complaint (1996) and although it is not new, its always good to step back in time and revise powerful works that need to be seen again and again…