Saturday, April 26, 2008

Gregory Crewdson

I'm completely in love with the Gregory Crewdson gallery website!


Jess Hutchison does cute amazing crafts, check out her stuff!


Warsaw based illustrator/graphic designer Jan Feliks Kallwejt runs a one-man studio focusing on illustration, apparel design and personal projects which finds form which is simple, but not banal, and rich with symbolics. Hence many of his works are strictly iconographic in their essence, and very impressive... keep up the great work!

Friday, April 25, 2008

burst of beaden

Jon Klassen has a quite amazing way of illustrating with stories... I especially loved the "war!" piece...and check out the short film he made called "An Eye for Annai"

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Tuesday, April 22, 2008


...if you're in Atlanta this Sunday try and make it out!

Thursday, April 17, 2008


My life is now complete, every single South Park episode ever made is available to view online at South Park Studios!!!!!!!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

See Through Souls - this Saturday

...and if you're in Atlanta and hopping around after/before celebrating Record Day, check out the Second Annual See Through Souls!

It takes place Saturday, April 19, 2008 at Breukelen Mojo Coffeehouse in Kirkwood (Hosea Williams Drive). The exhibit, auction and entertainment will begin at 2 p.m.

See Through Souls is a collective effort and features more than twenty-five artists who utilize and repurpose recycled windows collected from urban rehabilitation, taking place throughout the neighborhood.

Proceeds from sales of these unique and decorative window creations go towards Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless.

Music begins at 2 p.m. and includes a rare performance by Kitty Snyder with friends Fernandina, Lovesick Scientist, The Good Graces, John McNicholas, Perry Fowler, Darcy Cooke, Stephen James & Kate Kwik and Chickens & Pigs.

Lovesick Scientist ~ 2PM
Batata Doce ~ 3PM
Stephen James & Kate Kwik~
Fernandina ~ 5 PM
Perry Fowler ~
DC SuNsHiNe ~
The Good Graces ~7PM
John McNicholas ~
Darcy Cooke ~
Kitty Snyder ~ 9 PM
Chicken’s & Pig’s ~10PM

Black Moth Super Rainbow - Sun Lips

I just discovered the band Black Moth Super Rainbow... great stuff, buy their cd!

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

If you're in Atlanta, go to this!

On Saturday, April 19, Criminal Records will celebrate the first annual Record Store Day along with hundreds of independently-owned record stores across the country. Record Store Day is a national movement to bring awareness to the unique culture of record stores and to highlight the special place that they occupy in their local communities.

The day-long event at Criminal Records will feature performances by Anna Kramer & the Lost Cause, Andy Hull (from Manchester Orchestra), Bobby & the Soft Spots, The Bridges, The Coathangers, Club Awesome, Dead Confederate, Hope For Agoldensummer, Judi Chicago, Janelle Monae, Noot d' Noot, Ocha La Rocha, Single Malt Solution, Suitcases, and Trances Arc, as well as DJ sets (by the likes of DJ Sars, Zano, Chad Rad, Chris Devoe, and Tommy from the Selmanaires) in between the live acts.

In addition to the musical entertainment, several Atlanta-based record labels (Die Slaughterhaus, Douchemaster Records, International Hits, New Street Records, Rob's House Records, and Stickfigure Distribution) will set up booths to sell their wares, offer advice, compare tattoos, and swap recipes. The Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) organizers will also have an information and registration table for their summer camp. Orange Amps, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Super Deluxe are official sponsors of the Record Store Day celebration at Criminal Records.

Many records labels have produced exclusive releases especially for the inaugural Record Store Day. One noteworthy example is Matador Records/Beggars Group, which will be releasing limited edition records by Stephen Malkmus, The Breeders, Vampire Weekend, and The Teenagers, along with an Arthur Russell covers album and a Matador turntable mat. These items will be available for sale only at indie record stores like Criminal Records.

Criminal Records will also host a vinyl record swap meet, where customers can bring their unwanted albums and trade with others. Of course, there will be the requisite sidewalk sale filled with bargains galore, along with giveaways throughout the day. April 19th will also be the kick-off date for a metro-Atlanta indie record store scavenger hunt.

Here's the lineup...

Outdoor stage:
1:00 PM - The Bridges
2:00 PM - Ocha La Rocha
3:00 PM - Bobby and the Soft Spots
4:00 PM - Suitcases
5:00 PM - Judi Chicago
6:00 PM - The Coathangers
7:00 PM - Anna Kramer and the Lost Cause
8:00 PM - Noot d'Noot

Indoor stage:
2:30 PM - Single Malt Solution
3:30 PM - Andy Hull (Manchester Orchestra)
4:30 PM - Club Awesome
5:30 PM - Dead Confederate
6:30 PM - Trances Arc
7:30 PM - Hope for agoldensummer
8:30 PM - Janelle Monae

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Air Bear (seen on the streets of NYC)

Joshua Allen Harris creates inflatable animals by tying plastic shopping bags to the subway grates... so inspiring!!

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Get Your Cherry Bomb!

Amazing behind-the scenes look at the making of the stop-motion music video for Spoon... everything was done by hand and sequenced on a computer.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008


Vimeo HD is simply amazing. It's the only site on the web that you can upload and view your own high-def video on the web.

I'm super excited about this because I just ordered got a Canon HF10 High-Def camera, so I'll be posting HD video very soon!!

Friday, April 04, 2008

A Death-Defying House

Madeline Gins and Arakawa have found a way around death... in the most unusual way. Great audio article from the NY Times.

Crazy Finnish Video

Absolutely nuts.. Turn your sound up... WAYYYY UP

Andy Martin

I absolutely love the stop motion work of Andy Martin, especially the E4 music spots!

Thursday, April 03, 2008

All Being One

Anno Domini is an amazing Brazilian artist. His inspirations come from daily life experiences of the diverse population of its residents (European, Japanese and Latin American descent) as well as his search for life's meaning through spirituality, alchemy and cultural symbolisms.