Monthly Archives: January 2011

The First Chapter Project

Photo via five.gregorywood.co.uk The first chapter is often one of the most important. It is the writers first opportunity to grab the readers attention and to draw them into the narrative. It is where the setting is established and the … Continue reading

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John Baldessari – Some Stories

http://ubu.artmob.ca/video/flash/player-viral.swf I am a big fan of John Baldessari’s work, so was excited to come across this film which reveals the thinking behind his work and provides clues to the understanding of the artist’s paintings, photographic work and books. What … Continue reading

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Kafka – Redesigned by Peter Mendelsund

I absolutely love these redesigns of Kafka’s novels by Peter Menelsund, the art director at the book publishing company Knopf. These editions will be released by Pantheon this summer. Find out what Menelsund had to say about the designs below: … Continue reading

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NOVA

via vimeo.com This documentary film on art and the artists behind it looks really interesting. I cant wait for it to be released next month on Vimeo. Directed by Isaac Niemand, it was all filmed on the heat of the … Continue reading

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Wore It Deep By The Tree Ring

via vimeo.com The Tree Ring held a private house show with a cover charge of one household lamp. The result – this beautiful video shot by Destin Cretton. I would have loved to be there, the whole performance looks so … Continue reading

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Blue Valentine

via youtube.com I have decided I am going to try and write more about film on this site. I am an avid movie goer so really it only makes sense. Today I had the chance to go see Blue Valentine, … Continue reading

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Particles on Erlend

via vimeo.com I recently stumbled across this video on vimeo by Mattias Peresini, in which he has mashed together Trapcode Particular, Trapcode Sound Keys, and After Effects to create this program that responds to music. The result… stunning visualizations. I … Continue reading

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