From executive producer Ryan Murphy and director Andrew Rossi, Netflix presents a breathtakingly expansive, six-part portrait of the remarkable life of Andy Warhol, chronicled from an intimate vantage point offered by the artist’s own posthumously published diaries.
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Adobe and Emmy, Grammy and Tony-award winning actress and singer Cynthia Erivo have collaborated with Stories on Skates, a series of six digital animations created using the software suite’s 3D tools.
Roller-skating has seen a resurgence in popularity during the pandemic as people look for a novel way to spend time outside during lockdown. While the sport has found a new audience and some viral love on social media, roller-skating has deep roots in Black culture, with skating rinks serving as venues for desegregation protests in the 1960s and hip-hop concerts in the 1980s. We love this!
Flashback Friday: First airing in Melbourne on the 28th February 1983 and recorded on Betamax, McDonald’s Australia served us up a nice big budget, yet slightly schlocky, Broadway style production number inspired by earlier 1970s American television advertising. Well done, Macca’s – it’s this high level of fast food aspiration that has earned you a place in Australian pop cultural hearts forever.
This season, Archie Alled-Martinez shifts towards a different take on the 1970s. Exploring the street style of a “70s hustler”, ALLED-MARTINEZ unveils a SS22 Paris collection that includes, for the first time, non-knitted pieces, clashing them with styling elements and dress codes of today’s skateboarders.
Created by the talented peeps at Monkey Tennis Animation Studio, these two unlikely colleagues, a cat and fish, are sitting in the office frustrated by software that keeps crashing. Only a strong cup of coffee can possibly help now…
Californian artist Kai Samuels-Davis layers linear paint strokes and large washes of colour to create images that are recognisable as abstract faces, but without all the visual information seen in traditional portraits.
French director and photographer Romain Laurent turns imagery from still and video shoots into animated GIFs where only an isolated section is in motion.
Check out this awesome new film from artist Andrew B. Myers simply described as ‘sketchbook ambience’. Enjoy 🙂
We love the opening film from this week’s March 2019 Apple Event – simply reminds us what a creative powerhouse they continue to be.