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stock vector thoughts Apr 11, 12, 10:06 a.m.
last night i was looking for some logo inspiration and stumbled upon a stock vector that seemed familiar.
it turned out to be the logo for noble team in halo: reach.
personally, i find these sort of things disappointing.
what does the rest of the design community think about stock vectors?
zombie apocalypse via reddit Jan 15, 12, 10:25 a.m.
If you woke up tomorrow and the zombie apocalypse had begun, what would you see when you checked your computer? What about the next day, and the week after that? What would the news from CNN, Al-Jazeera, and the Wall Street Journal look like? What would the most popular downloads on the Pirate Bay be? And how long before we figure out that zombie can't survive a sword to the head?
For the last thirteen days, reddit user Vidzilla has been posting image compilations that look like screengrabs from familiar websites — Twitter, Flickr, MSNBC — except they show the slowly unfolding story of a global zombie pandemic. It's remarkable that Vidzilla can get so much across without any additional explanatory text. We get the response from various governments, how initial coverups and misunderstandings eventually shift to worldwide understanding, how opportunistic con men try to sell desperate people on cures for zombieism, the black humor that accompanies such a complete disaster. How many days will the Vidzilla apocalypse go on before there's no new news online?
kickstart help Aug 30, 11, 4:04 p.m.
A few friends/co-workers are working on a little film project, and could use some help.
This October, with the help of the Kickstarter community, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter. The end result, a beautifully packaged box set of the film and companion soundtrack, will be released to backers of the project as a physical artifact of the unique and awe-inspiring experience. We can't wait to share the results with you.
The project — anchored by internationally renowned photographers Tim Navis + Kim Høltermand and aided by film collective Scenic and composer Deru — will be unique in its improvisational spirit. The group will create a series of short films at various locations throughout the island, inspired by moments of discovery and chance occurrence. Tim's sun-drenched SoCal landscapes and Kim's cold, architectural abstractions provide the perfect visual foundation, and fans of their work can imagine how exciting a collaboration between the two will be.
We'll be sharing our trip in inventive ways with supporters, providing a real-time window into an experience that the community helped to make reality. Upon our return, Scenic will edit a series of short films, featuring an original score by Deru and a full-length soundtrack featuring contributions from select musicians and contemporary composers. Tim + Kim will create an archival photo book and release a limited run of exclusive prints for the Kickstarter community.
Your donation will help provide travel and accommodations while our small crew films and photographs the trip, and will allow us to produce truly stunning physical artifacts that showcase the beauty and wonder of Iceland. We hope you'll join us on our journey, and we thank you for your support.
police radio + ambient music Aug 2, 11, 7:42 p.m.
this is awesome
Police radio bands from L.A., New York, San Fran, or montreal, set to some chill ambient tunes.
a perfect blend.
rainbow beach-balls replacement Nov 9, 10, 1:52 p.m.
does this thing have a name yet?
before i could curse the name of the pinwheel / beachball thing.
now just awkwardly yell "god dammed...ouroboros" or "hang on i have to wait for the...fukin...fan with one blade"
lollapalooza 2010 Apr 1, 10, 9:28 a.m.
they've started to hint at the lineup.
here is another sites best guesses
miniature hikers on naked chicks Jan 28, 10, 9:10 p.m.
does anybody know the name of that photographer who took those pictures of the mini figures rock climbing up boobs. there was also one where i think there was a dude skiing down a butt.
freeLENSing Jan 15, 10, 1:02 p.m.
anyone ever tried this before?
The Known Universe by AMNH Dec 17, 09, 1:57 p.m.
The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through our atmosphere and the inky black of space to the afterglow of the Big Bang. Every star, planet, and quasar seen in the film is possible because of the world's most complete four-dimensional map of the universe, the Digital Universe Atlas that is maintained and updated by astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History. The new film, created by the Museum, is part of an exhibition, Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe, at the Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan through May 2010.
black swan Aug 20, 09, 12:27 p.m.
"Forget the AVATAR trailer, I've got the news item of the year right here. ScriptShadow has gotten a look at the script for Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, BLACK SWAN. It’s a dark and introspective tale that follows blah blah blah skip ahead. Observe:
“In this movie, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis have sex.
Yeah. You read that right. And not just nice sweet innocent sex either. We're talking ecstasy-induced hungry aggressive angry sex. Yeah so...this movie is already on the must-see list of 2010. But how good is it? Does the story that surrounds the sex disappoint or excel?”
The reviewer goes on to talk about how the script showcases a nuanced filming style that drags a bit in the middle, but was all around a worthwhile read. Oh, but did I mention that Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman have hungry aggressive angry sex?
I’m sorry, I’ll have to follow the intricacies of the plot on a different day, because I can’t get out of my head combining the image at the top of this article with the one at the bottom. Using only your imagination, you have to say that without a doubt this will be a scene for the ages. They might have to make a new Oscar category.
You now have two options, you can head over to ScriptShadow for the full review of the script, or you can head over to Moviehotties for Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis photo galleries. The choice is yours. Don't let this picture influence you."