This documentary looks incredible! “Getting Up” is a film about legendary L.A. graffiti artist Tony “Tempt” Quan who was diagnosed with ALS and became almost completely paralyzed. Through the use of some amazing technology Tony is able to continue making art with the movement of his eyes. Watch the trailer below!
Some more drawings by one of my favourite emerging artists, Melbourned-based Evie Cahir. She’s been selected for a residency in Finland and is raising money for her trip, so if you’re interested in helping her get there head over here. More of her lovely drawings below.
Installations by Taylor McKimens. Brooklyn.
Brian Kesinger, a story artist at Walt Disney animation studios, has been sharing some delightful drawings on Instagram, mashing together the Star Wars universe with the Calvin and Hobbes universe. Have a look at more below, and see if you can recognize the original strips that these drawings reference.
Here’s another glorious animation from Masanobu Hiraoka. I gotta say there is something I miss about Hiraoka’s older work though () . It was a lot less polished, and that kinda made it more unpredictable. Buut I still love this. Watch the animation below!
Another brilliant project from ECAL University of Arts and Design in Lausanne, Switzerland. “Rewind” is a series of digital clocks designed by Pauline Saglio. Each clock is equipped with a unique rewind mechanism which must be manually wound to display the time. Watch the video below!
Pittsburgh-based illustrator Julian Glander created this little animation for Himuro Yoshiteru’s “Fushigi Man” EP. Watch it below.
3D animator/illustrator Jack Sachs was the CG designer on “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared 4” and pretty much everything he makes is amazing. See more of his work below.
Enjoyed this profile on New York’s next generation of hip hop artists. Action Bronson, The Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers, and openly gay rapper Le1f are interviewed in this short, beautifully shot and directed by Robert Lopuski. Watch the film “We’re Gonna Be Lords” below.
Photos by Naho Kubota. Love these, very painterly.
issue No.6 “Independent” is out, jump over there!
Photos by Emil Kozak.
by Khristian Mendoza. Why didn’t I think of this?
I wish I had seen this sooner. The New York City Ballet created this beautiful tribute to 911, on the 57th floor of the 4WTC building. It was released on September 12th as a hopeful look forward. Watch below! MUSIC Spiegel Im Spiegel by Arvo Part with kind permission of Universal Edition AG Vienna Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. CHOREOGRAPHY After the Rain by Christopher Wheeldon DANCERS Maria Kowroski Ask la Cour VIDEO Directed by Davi Russo Edited by Tim Zeigler Produced by Radical Media Executive Produced by Gregg Carlesimo Executive Produced by Maya Brewster Produced by Logan Luchsinger Developed in collaboration with DDB New York © 2013 New York City Ballet, Inc.
Drawings and paintings by artist Jason Parker, found through our . More images below.