Dennis Busch records songs under silly monikers such as James Din A4, Pop Dylan, and Krieghelm Hundewasser. In 2006 he set up MadeWithHate as a graphics and fashion outlet to complete his artist cycle. The projects form MadewithHate are fresh from Ottersberg, Germany, so check them out cause it was a long flight email to L.A.
If you like pretty ladies, gypsies, wild beasts, and mystical sunsets, I bet you would love the photography of Alexandra Valenti. You can just tell this girl knows how to live and we are jealous. So keep it up Alexandra! Oh and her site is rad so check it out (click her name).
Jessica Eaton experiments with color, using it either sparingly, oddly (hue-wise) or in splashes. She uses geometric shapes, as well natural, turning simple things like circles and forests into something otherworldly.
After being a commerical photographer for the past 20 years, Christian Chaize came to discover a specific stretch of coast in Portugal that both revolutionized his life and his subject of photography. He has been photographing this same stretch obsessively since he found it on vacation in 2004. His series is haunting and lovely, each piece beautifully treated and composed- focused on time and space.
Mainly focusing on motion graphics, Madrid motionographer Holke79 also uses his ideas in different realms like photography and illustration. His motion works are a mix of sleek 3D animation and pleasantly 1970’s and 80’s colors and shapes.
Japanese photographer Daikichi Amano creates strangely sexual tableux that bring to life the ancient woodblock tradition of “Shunga” erotica. Vaulting bizarre fetishes to the next level, animals twist into obscure props in some kind of alternate world vision, in which powerful sirens are enveloped by sea creatures and warriors posture. Amano’s White Witch parallel universe is as enchanting as it is macabre. The figures all have a certain allure and potency radiating from them that I can’t explain…. I read somewhere that Amano eats all the animals after the shoots so as to not waste them in a weird, extended, Tantric-magician performative move, perhaps….
Never Hide Films, in collaboration with N.A.S.A/Squeak E Clean and Rossangeles, has created a little viral video called “100 People Per Minute,” showcasing 100 people creating one beat-boxing orgy of a song in a minute.