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Monthly Archives: November 2009

I just found these amazing images by Ryohei Hase. There’s an inner intensity about these images of animals and humans all mixed and intertwined with each other. It’s like the inner battle inside a beast untapped. Amazing I can’t wait to get my hands on a painting.




Psyop teams up with Barbarian Group to present the augmented reality Esquire issue. This technology takes advantage of printed matter and it enables you to interact with any computer that has a webcam. As you put the magazine in front of the computer screen it will project an animation that the viewer can interact with. Every time you flip it or turn it, it cues up another part of the animation. It’s pretty ingenious actually.

I first found the technology here at this guy’s blog, where he added an animation to his business card. You can take his card home and it will project and animation onto your screen of him talking.

All this technology just reminds me that we are one step closer to making the Princess Leah hologram possible.

Check out the Anthropologist, Anthropologie’s online space for inspiring work.

Glen Hansard and Mark√©ta Irglov√°, make up the band called The Swell Season. Their songs are real, full of life, and beauty. Here’s an article about them from the daily beast. The most interesting part about the pair is the fact they wrote the song “Falling Slowly” for the indie film Once, which later went on to win an Oscar for the Best Song in February 2008.


Tilt-shift photography makes everything look like a toy model or miniature. Uniqlo has taken this technique and really put the people of Japan under a microscope. It’s a really interesting way of looking at people in general and it makes me like the brand Uniqlo even more. Check out more here.

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I revisited this site again. It’s just full of Gems. I see a book in the future.

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Coup of the year. I guess this happens at Agencies all the time. People having control over their own creative destinies, I think that’s what makes the world go round really.
This is a great image from the season finale of Madmen. found via waxinandmilkin.comtumblr_ksts3kGxbC1qz7l0a

James Turrel is an artist that explores light and space with in a controlled environment where he can manipulate the audience’s perception of light.


These amazing Darth Maul and Yoda figures are made by Medicom Toy in Japan. They craftsman ship is amazing and with a twist. It’s not your everyday toy. They are available through Suru online.