Dream Floaters

February 28, 2011

This is a teaser for an international film competition. Very dreamy.

Via Illusion


Design You Trust

November 19, 2010

We like this website. So why not pay it a visit now and then.


November 5, 2010

This short doco is about how trends and creativity become contagious. Check it out here.

Anthony Lister has some new works on show at the Lyons Wier Gallery in his exhibition titled, ‘How to Catch a Time Traveler’.

Vintage and Retro Surf Market

November 20, 2009

Deus Ex Machina are holding a surf and swap meet on Saturday the 12th of December from 10am till 5pm in their parking lot at 104 Parramatta rd Camperdown, Sydney. There’s going to be food stalls, vintage surfboards, retro surfboards, vintage skateboards and components, surf collectibles, art works, posters, vintage beach themed furniture and clothes. In a word: Rad.


Water on the Lens

November 9, 2009

The exhibition, Water on the Lens features an exclusive collection of underwater photographs, taken behind-the-scenes on shoots for film, TV, commercials and pop videos.
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Skating. Tetris. Neon.

September 23, 2009

Skateboarding, Tetris and neon lights could be the trifecta of all things good. Paying homage to that sentiment are a crew of 36 Freeborders (like snowboarding on a skateboard) who recently took over a street in San Francisco to create a real life video game. How long do you think it will take before someone turns this into a lame, 30 second commercial?

via notcot

Paintball Art

September 22, 2009

A group of amateur artists have painted a rather accurate rendition of Andy Warhol’s famous Marilyn Monroe pop-art print with nothing but paintball guns. Rad.

via notcot

A burnt ice-cream van is among 100 works that Banksy has installed at Bristol’s museum, replacing many of the museum’s regular artifacts. According to the BBC, Banksy was quoted as saying, “This is the first show I’ve ever done where taxpayers’ money is being used to hang my pictures up rather than scrape them off.” 




Via woostercollective

Brought to you by rapper Pharell Williams together with Takashi Murakami and Jacob & Co. (often referred to as Jacob the Jeweler) – This series of typical every day items such as a Pepsi can, condom wrapper, Heinz ketchup bottle, bag of Doritos, bottle of lotion, an athletic shoe and a cupcake have all been encrusted with diamonds and placed in a giant fiberglass, steel and acrylic psychedelic head. It may be one of the most ridiculously overrated art projects ever to be created, but apparently, this ‘masterpiece collaboration’ took over 2 years to complete and was subject of a furious bidding war at the preview and fetched a reported $2.8 Million.