Monthly Archives: November 2011
I have had a few people ask me for my Tortilla soup recipe recently so I thought I would share it here. Its a great hearty soup and best part its low in fat and super easy to make. Enjoy! … Continue reading
via butdoesitfloat.com These incredible pictures of the Congo by Richard Mosse, first generated a lot of attention a few months ago after being featured in the Guardian. The infrared photos were taken using an Infrared Ektachrome film. Colour infrared transparency … Continue reading
Photographer Ryan McGinley’s new exhibit at the Alison Jacques Gallery in London is opening on november 24th and will be running until December 22. The new exhibit, titled Wandering Comma, is his first London exhibition since his celebrated ‘Moonmilk’ series, … Continue reading
via vimeo.com A professional display of 50 No Handed Bike Moves* performed to “Golden Tree” by Martin Brooks.
via youtube.com I love the latest work from Peter Drew on Adelaide’s Forgotten Outlaws. The video is a bit long but it offers nice insight into the artists process. Drew has been creating street art for years, but earlier this … Continue reading
via vimeo.com This is totally insane, yet I kind of want to try it. Sébastien Montaz-Rosset and his crew are self-professed pioneers of highlining, a combination of rock climbing, slacklining and tightrope walking. However, unlike a tightrope in high tension, … Continue reading
via vimeo.com I love the honest weirdness of Norwegian director Kristoffer Borgli’s work. There is something wonderfully disquieting about it, and the angst-laden humour noir video for the new Casiokids single Det Haster! is no exception. The video follows what … Continue reading