Posts Tagged ‘Video’
Bones Brigade outsider & total freak of nature skate futurist Rodney Mullen was a skateboarding pioneer, singlehandedly inventing the Read More
Classic movie tributes have always been an integral part of The Simpsons over its 27 season run, with writers regularly paying homage to the legends of film with literal references to the work of directors like Stanley Kubrick, Hitchcock, Coppola, and Spielberg. Now, film buff Jesus Sahuquillo has assembled every Read More
Russian all-girl punk band Pussy Riot‘s new protest video may be one of its most outspoken songs yet. Last week, the feminist punk group whose members were sent to prison by Vladimir Putin for a controversial performance that enraged the Russian president released a video for its new song, Chaika, named after Russia’s general prosecutor, Yuri Chaika. The video, which depicts prisoners in Read More
Christie’s is dead set on marketing itself as the “cool” auction house and they’ve succeeded wildly with the release of the new teaser video for next week’s “If I Live I’ll See You Tuesday“contemporary art evening sale on Monday, May 12th. The clip features pro skater Chris Martin riding through the auction house, giving a behind-the-scenes look at highlights from the upcoming sale including to-die-for pieces by iconoclast artists like Richard Prince, Basquiat, Read More
When Time Magazine made its feature “How China Sees The World” the cover story of this week’s issue, it chose controversial Chinese dissident artist Ai WeiWei to create the amazing image accompanying it. Time’s Managing Editor Rick Stengel called the image in support of the article exploring the Communist nation’s newfound power and influence a work of “artistic supremacy,” Read More
Filmed in 2012, this latest installment of Art21 follows artist Barry McGee through his self-titled retrospective exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA). McGee, who became interested in tagging while growing up in San Francisco, describes the excitement of putting up new tags and the rush of getting away with it. Read More
Bitcoin is a decentralized electronic cash system that uses peer-to-peer networking along with digital signatures and cryptographics to generate currency, and it threatens to upend existing global currency systems & institutions the way Napster and The Pirate Bay disrupted the entertainment industry. For all its looming significance, however, few people truly understand it. Now, Duncan Elms has directed, designed, and animated a must-see video “Bitcoin Explained” that should be considered essential viewing for anyone with a savings account and a computer.
Modern design icon and past Supertouch collaborator Marc Newson’s London home is a study of rustic modern architecture that serves as a comfortable foil to his normally space age sleek design sensibility in this artist-guided tour.
French rockers Phoenix killed it on Saturday Night Live yesterday with two new songs, “Entertainment,” and “Trying to be Cool/Drakkar Noir” from the great new album “Bankrupt” Read More
The latest addition to curator Eric Firestone’s Phoenix, Arizona-based Boneyard Project is a giant vintage Lockheed Jetstar covered in the trademark bright graffiti stylings of NYC Pop Art legend Kenny Scharf. For those not familiar with the Boneyard, it’s a massive plot of desert land populated by vintage jets rescued from salvage yards and converted into “art planes” by a wide-ranging cast of art world anti-heroes including Shepard Fairey, Retna, Faile, and Richard Prince, to name a few. Read More