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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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…
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.
What if New York City was underwater? Is this scenario possible? Created by Claire and Max from Menilmonde, two°C explores the ‘what if’ in this beautiful and thought-provoking video simulation.