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We Have Band- You Came Out

An amazing video for We Have Band‘s song “You Came Out” created from 4,816 still images! Not a single moment was used to make this mini masterpiece. If you don’t believe me just take a look at their Flickr page to view all the hi res images that were used to create the video. Directed by David Wilson in collaboration with Fabian Berglund and Ida Gronblom from Wieden + Kennedy.

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Andy J. Miller

Andy J. Miller

 

Andy J. Miller successfully meshes with the likes of Starburst, Sony and the Science Council without seeming to conform to corporate styles. With a splash of handdrawn and wonderful silkscreened colors, Miller adds a bit of whimsy with each of his designs.

 

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The Seed

Not sure if this was posted on other sites yet but I just love this animation. It was funded by Adobe to promote the new CS4 and was made using stop motion papercraft and 2d drawn animation. Created by Nexus Productionsand features a soundtrack by Jape

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Only a Few More Weeks to Enter & Win $1,000!

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Ahh….fame and fortune, who doesn’t need the extra wads of cash and bragging rights? Only a few more weeks to win both for Beautiful/Decay and Talenthouse’s – shirt competition! There have been some great entries so far- so keep ‘em comin!

May I remind you that the winner receives a whopping $1000 cash prize and the fame of having their design featured & promoted on Talenthouse.com and printed on a T-shirt!

The design is completely open to your interpretation and can be as creative as possible, as long as it includes the Talenthouse logo in some way. You can create any style of graphic of your choosing—the logo can be either a small element within the overall design, or you can focus on the logo in a new creative way.

This is a chance to have your design be seen and worn around the world! More details after the jump!

DEADLINE (COMIN’ UP!): NOVEMBER 5, 2009

PRIZE: $1,000!

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Susan Anderson’s Tiny Beauty Queens

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Susan Anderson creates terrifying photographs that document the bizarre world of child beauty pagents. Adult female beauty paraphernalia like veneers, fake nails, false eye lashes, lip gloss and pounds of make-up are applied to these little tykes, making them appear like tiny moms from middle America. They all have this extremely coached, extremely posed quality that teeters between demonic and sexual. Seeing all this beauty regime regalia applied out of context in this way sort of makes me realize how ridiculous it all is anyways…Her exhibition, if you are in Los Angeles, will be opening at Kopeikin Gallery on Saturday, October 24th.

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Brendan Lott’s hands-off approach to painting

"And They Can No Longer Die; For They Are Like the Angels", Oil on Canvas, 36"x27" 2008

"And They Can No Longer Die; For They Are Like the Angels", Oil on Canvas, 36"x27" 2008

"From the Womb of the Dawn You Will Receive the Dew of Your Youth", Oil on Canvas, 35"x29" 2007

"From the Womb of the Dawn You Will Receive the Dew of Your Youth", Oil on Canvas, 35"x29" 2007

Brendan Lott is a painter, sculptor, and exporter of services. These works (which you can see at San Francisco’s Baer Ridgway Gallery starting Oct. 17) began as an attempt to bring his practice in line with his life as a person living in 21st century America – he has no direct input into the development or manufacture of any product he consumes, other than to consume it. He finally abandoned his studio practice and began to spend his art making time collecting digital snapshots anonymously from peer-to-peer file sharing networks. Out of tens of thousands of snapshots he looks at, he selects just a few and email them to professional painters living in China. They reproduce the image in oils and send the painting back to him. (The above text was adapted from his website’s about page.) I wonder what these Chinese painters think as they’re working on these snapshots in varying degrees of gluttonous “American” fun aside from the fact that they are the extreme opposite of misty mountain ranges and philosophical poets?

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Sorry I’m Late

A stop motion short film shot with a stills camera in the ceiling pointing straight at the floor. By Tomas Mankovsky

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Gavin Potenza

Gavin PotenzaGavin Potenza is a designer living in Portland, OR. “He enjoys thought-provoking design that is both unexpected and inspiring. He strives to do many things in his life. As well, he enjoys working on projects, and thinking about projects.”

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