3 Years At The Same Place (english version): Shot from January 2007 to September 2010, this 3-year-long video compiles over 45,000 photographs of the destruction and subsequent construction of an architectural project in Paris, France. The ending is definitely the sweetest part of this entire time lapse video.
After marrying Pam, the daughter of a retired CIA agent, Gaylord “Greg” Focker now has five-year old twins. The film will revolve around the couple trying to cope with raising their children.
Joe Wigfall is one of WNYC’s former winners of their street photography contest. Wigfall takes a slightly less in-your-face approach to his photography in stark contrast to Bruce Gilden’s work which was profiled earlier by WNYC.
Kanye talks about what his vision was behind his new video for ‘Runaway’ before the initial screening. Looks pretty artsy.
TMZ was kind enough to send over photos from the Kardashian nightclub brawl that went down, and it looks like Kim really did have a drink poured on her causing Scott Disick to transform into a demon. Although who doesn’t at the sight of wet breasts? Damn and that rump is simply DELICIOUS.
If you were the unlucky ones, like GRiND, that didn’t get to go this year, here is glimpse of one of the worlds most sought after concert experiences. Just wait ’til nght falls–Pretty Not Bad. Directed, shot, cut and finished by Sam O’Hare. Produced by Sara Eolin and Leo Nitzberg.
Notes from Sam O’Hare:“I wanted to portray a unique view of the incomparable Coachella experience. Following the crowds in the sunshine from arrival, camping, exploring the art in the arena, all the way through to the headliners at night, this film brings a miniature feel to this huge festival.”
Dedicated to all the dancers out there. This is some pretty fly shit. Well done.
From IRC dance movement
Song by: of porcelain – signal the captain.
San Francisco: The Miniature City is a special look into one America’s most interesting cities. Post-processed to create the tilt-shift or “miniature” effect, the tour of San Francisco uncovers many of the West Coast city’s most iconic landmarks as well as peering into everyday life.
Irina Davis: ”Because of the devastation of World War II, Russian “girls” in the ’40s and ’50s were taught to be tough and work hard. I am saddened by the fact that Russia never had the chance to enjoy the happy pin-up times of America’s postwar period. In fact, cheerful American pin-up art was considered in Soviet Russia to be politically incorrect, decadent and flat-out immoral, the product of a culture that could never understand the true nature of the human condition. (More after the JUMP)