Start helgen med “Everything”

Siden det straks er helg, synes jeg du skal gi den en god start, med denne gameplay-traileren av "Everything". Artist og filmskaper David O'Reilly har skapt et interaktivt opplevelse og virkelighetsimulerings-spill uten en slutt. O'Reillys beskriver det som en "bevissthetssimulator". "Everything er et spill om de tingene vi ser, deres forhold, og deres synspunkter", - David O'Reilly Spillet og gameplay-traileren inneholder bl.a. [...]

By |2017-06-09T15:27:15+02:009 June 2017|Categories: Art, Education, Entertainment, Philosophy, Storytelling|0 Comments

10 år siden Syd Barrett

I dag er det 10 år siden vi mistet Roger Keith Barrett, mest kjent som Syd Barrett. En av grunnleggerne av Pink Floyd, bandets første frontfigur, låtskriver, gitarist og hovedvokalist. Og selv om hans musikkarrière var kort på grunn av psykiske problemer og utstrakt misbruk av det narkotiske stoffet LSD, har hans påvirkning på artister fra 1960-tallet og senere generasjoner vært meget stor. [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:09:39+02:007 July 2016|Categories: Art, Music|0 Comments

52 Characters From “The Wire”

Unlike most TV shows, which manage their drama in three acts, episodes of The Wire typically take place across five. In interviews, David Simon, the show’s creator, has stressed the show’s underpinnings in Greek tragedy. So maybe it’s these enduring arcs and structures that are to blame for the show’s utter watchability. Click to enlarge. But it could also be the characters--the [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:09:55+02:0018 May 2013|Categories: Art, Entertainment, Film, Infographic, TV|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Evolution of the Batman Logo

The Evolution of Batman poster designed by Cathryn Lavery from Calm the Ham is a visual history of the Batman symbol over the years. I can’t think of any consumer logo that has changed this much, but the Batman logo remains a very powerful and recognizable brand. A comprehensive and extensive chart of the Batman logo evolution, spanning over 72 [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:09:57+02:0027 April 2013|Categories: Art, DIY, Entertainment, Film|0 Comments

Defending the Death Star

Old age meets new age. Defending the Death Star with A little Data Center Design takes a concept that people can relate to (Star Wars) and applies modern day data center technologies. Brought to you by Data Center Reports. When Aristotle first explained the concept of “hamartia” in Poetics, he probably didn’t know just how many hero and villain stories [...]

By |2013-02-13T18:39:37+01:0020 April 2013|Categories: Art, DIY, Entertainment, Film|0 Comments

The Cosmonaut, a Film by More Than 5000 People

The Cosmonaut is a transmediatic experience that has broken all the world’s crowdfunding records by raising €130,000 in 3 days. Proposing a new model of financing, production and distribution; and making the most of the available communication tools: the Internet, social networks and mobile communities. Approaching the audience from the beginning of the project, fostering a close and transparent relationship, [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:09:57+02:0016 April 2013|Categories: Art, DIY, Entertainment, Film, Film Production, Space, Storytelling|0 Comments

Back to the Future

While posting Bring Your Photography to Life about the talented photographer Tom Hussey and his award winning campaign with photographs of older people looking at the reflection of their younger self in a mirror, I remembered running across a similar project some place back in time. I remembered Irina Werning and her cool project called “Back to The Future”, which I thought I had posted earlier. (?) But I can't find [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:09:59+02:0030 March 2013|Categories: Art, Photography|0 Comments

Steven Spielberg Reveals He Is Dyslexic

One of the biggest american filmmakers of all time, Steven Spielberg, was diagnosed with dyslexia just a couple of years ago. “It explained a lot of things,” Spielberg told Quinn Bradlee (the interviewer), “It was like the last puzzle part in a tremendous mystery that I’ve kept to myself all these years.” Coming from the same background, I feel that I can [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:10:08+02:0015 February 2013|Categories: Art, Education, Film, Film Production|0 Comments

Man Feed Swans

"Sometimes it all just sort of comes together. Plan all you want, but most absolutely perfect moments tend to require a bit of serendipity, rather than choreography." Joe Berkowitz writes over at Co.Create. It's a comment to the  impressive "Man Feed Swans" photograph, captured by Marcin Ryczek. featuring a man feeding swans on a snowy bank in Krakow, Poland. The multiple contrast of [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:10:10+02:0013 February 2013|Categories: Art, Photography, Storytelling|0 Comments

Great long takes

The holiday season is getting closer and for many, that means extra time to watch moves.  There are probably numerous films on your “to watch list”, but why not use this time to also revisit some good old classics? So on that occasion I have gathered a list of some cinematography candy, searching the internets for great long takes. A long take or oner is [...]

By |2016-10-13T07:10:11+02:0016 December 2012|Categories: Art, Film, Film Production|Tags: , , , , , |1 Comment