We usually post only one video a day but I thought we’d throw caution to the wind today and do an entire day of videos. Lets start the morning right with a mega epic video by my new favorite band, Barbariön. Join me in headbanging the start of the day after the jump.
Emily-Jane Robinson’s photography portfolio is filled with interesting and well taken images documenting Emily’s life and friends. Some of the photos walk the thin line of looking like the standard “look what me and all my sexy drunk friends did last weekend” but there are a handful of very strong photographs that capture all the youthful energy of Emily’s life without the usual cliche trappings. I’ve selected 10 of my favorite photos from her work below.
Does the never ending global economy have you down in the dumps? Did you recently lose your job? Are the worlds problems hovering over your head like a thundurous black cloud? If you answered yes to any of these questions (or if you enjoy being entertained) click the read more button below and watch this hilarious greek short film by Gabriel Psaltakis about the power of positive thinking.
I’ve been following the work of Copenhagen based artist Tal R for over a decade and it blows me away how timeless and exciting his works are. He is one of the few painters working today that continuously experiments and shifts his technique and work without ever losing his distinct style.
David Welch’s photographs document sculptural assemblages that form pseudo monuments, or totems of consumer goods and debris. The totems speak of accumulation and materiality and encourage debate about consumption, media, class, gender and the ways in which we feel compelled to consume.