Art

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

Aubrey Plaza’s GQ Photo Shoot + Interview


Aubrey Plaza is on her best behavior, or trying to be. “If I wasn’t shooting tomorrow, I’d drink a lot,” she says, less than five minutes into our interview. “I’d burn it to the ground.” Eventually, though, the night will turn weird. Aubrey Plaza is really good at being weird.

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Bryan Cranston’s GQ Interview + Cover Shoot


A cancer-ridden science teacher transforms himself into a sinister meth lord. That’s the story of ‘Breaking Bad.’ But it’s also the story of how Bryan Cranston became TV’s greatest leading man. As the show enters its final stretch, GQ’s Brett Martin discovers why Walter White will always live on.

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Breaking Bad’s New Poster


That last eight episodes of AMC’s Breaking Bad is going to have to answer one big question: Will the once reserved Walter White or his alter ego Heisenberg ultimately win out? The idea of “identity” is supremely put on display with a new image with the moniker “Remember My Name” placed front and center – with a menacing White framed by a Albuquerque backdrop more reminiscent of nuclear winter than the normal images we’re used to. The final episodes of Breaking Bad begin airing on August 11.

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

Ben Baller Reality Series | The Complete Second Season


Ben Baller decided to move on and do other things but LOUD decided to release the unfinished episodes to be fair to Ben’s core fans who have been asking us to release season 2 for nearly a year.

Thursday, May 30th, 2013

Television’s Best Characters Illustrated in Contemporary Fashion


As the popular aphorism goes, “The clothes make the man.” There’s something deep down inside a person that inherently decides on an outward appearance that is a direct reflection of inner turmoil, upbringing and value system. The result is an accoutrement of character – with stitches, buttons and cuffs serving as a sartorial road map as to how a person views the world.

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Street Fighter Motion Sculptures


Dan the Ad Man has created a beautiful animation featuring a few classic characters from the cast of Street Fighter. Made in order to teach himself Cinema 4D and Vray, the 2.5-minute video visualizes the movement of characters like Ken and Blanka instead of their actual features. The soundtrack, taken from Street Fighter 2, adds an extra layer of nostalgia while the gag around the 1-minute, 50-second mark will strike a chord with those who enjoyed the series during their formative years.

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

‘Instagram Is’ Documentary


Instagram Is was birthed out of Paul Tellefsen’s desire to see genuine and authentic emotion and community on Instagram. Simply put, it’s a documentary sharing the experiences of Instagram users, what Instagram is to them and how it’s impacting their life and the community around them. “Instagram is so much bigger than an app or a grade on a project,” explains Tellefsen. “Instagram is changing the way we make and sustain relationships. It’s questiong the barrier between analog and digital. Instagram in and of itself is not a way of life, but the effects of Instagram has changed my life and countless others.”

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

Nicolas Winding Refn on “Only God Forgives”


Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn in Bangkok for his next movie. He reconnects with Ryan Gosling again for their new film Only God Forgives. Nicolas describes the film as a western set in Asia. “Wanna Fight?”

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Ben Baller Reality Series | The Hundreds X The Most Expensive Chain Ever


Season 2 is unfinished, as Ben decided to move on and do other things. We decided to release the unfinished episodes to be fair to Ben’s core fans who have been asking us to release season 2 for nearly a year.

Monday, March 18th, 2013

Custom Motorcycle Engineer Shinya Kimura Short Film


A short film documenting the life of custom motorcycle engineer shinya kimura @ chabott engineering, directed by Henrik Hansen, shot on the Canon 5D and 7D. This documentary was one of 5 films nominated for a 2010 Vimeo Award.