ok so this blog has been neglected for a few months… i wish i had a good excuse, like, oh, say being in this video … but i don’t, i’m not in it, and i just saw it yesterday for the first time.
so check it out, Carving the Mountain is an awesome video (by Juan Rayos) featuring the Longboard Girls Crew. i’ve now re-established my longing (ha) to learn to longboard and to go to spain. also, the decemberists, sweet.
What a great idea. I’m in. Time to unplug. (?!)
PROTECT IP / SOPA Breaks The Internet from Fight for the Future on Vimeo.
Fight for the Future
and for more even information google SOPA or PIPA
and check out this video by Rob Beschizza of Boing Boing, but posted to Laughing Squid, since Boing Boing also went into blackout mode today.
“We’d forgotten that useful things could be this beautiful”
The preview for the movie that explores Norman Foster‘s quest to design things better and more beautiful and thus the great influence he had on design and architecture.
After creating a home bookshelf stop motion video,
Sean Ohlenkamp, a creative director at a Toronto marketing agency, with the help of at least 15 more folks, decided to take it up a notch, creating the Joy of Books. Filmed at Type, a bookstore in Toronto, the series was shot over 4 nights.
For more information and credits to the helpers, follow the links to youtube!
Also, the Huffington Post wrote a good review of the short film. Read it here.