Banksys‘ neues Werk „Venice in oil“ passend zur laufenden Biennale in Venedig. Kommentar im Banksy Instagram Channel: Setting out my stall at the Venice Biennale. Despite being the largest and most prestigious art event in the world, for some reason I’ve never been invited
Yeah, they say I’m good with dialogue. I’ve lived a while, heard enough fucking conversations, I oughtta be. I was blessed with a crappy life, that’s all. Credits: One afternoon, Bukowski sat down to record the audio version of his classic, Run With the Hunted. The session took place in his home with his wife by his side. These are the outtakes. Produced by http://quotedstudios.org and http://www.harperaudioclassics.com in 2014 Executive Producer David Gerlach Director/Animator Drew Christie Audio Producer Amy Drozdowska
The hypothetical blockbuster budget – How Much Everyone Working On a $200 Million Movie Earns Find out the budget breakdown of a hypothetical Hollywood blockbuster. In using the budgets of actual +200MM blockbuster movies as references, this video excludes non-human costs, and reflects an approximation of the take home pay of all humans involved, based on average union rates. Disclaimer: Please note not every budget breakdown is the same, and some roles are subject to wider fluctuations than others. This is here to serve as approximations based on a hypothetical film which has never been made.
Die neue Netflix-Dokumentation „Abstract: The Art of Design“ sieht aus wie Chef’s Table für alle Designinteressierten – egal ob Grafik/Industrial/Interior-Designer, Illustrator, Fotograf oder Architekt. Gibt’s ab dem 10. Februar im Netflix-Stream. Meet eight of the most creative thinkers and imaginative minds working in the world of art and design today in the new Netflix original documentary series, Abstract: The Art of Design. Journey through their creative process, explore their work, and discover how their innovative designs have profoundly affected our every day lives. Abstract: The Art of Design streams only on Netflix in February.
So…why does all the writing in comic books look like that? Vox’s Phil Edwards looked into it and found an aesthetic shaped by comics culture, technology, and really cheap paper.
„Alien – H. R. Giger’s Beautiful Monster“ ist eine Mini-Doku von Kristian Williams über H. R. Giger und meinem Lieblings Horror-Monster, dem Xenomorph. A look at the work of horror’s most influential designer. Credits: Patreon Support: patreon.com/kaptainkristian Twitter: twitter.com/kaptainkristian Music: Home – Overflow https://soundcloud.com/home-2001/home…