Mashable: “Graffiti wasn’t always recognized as an art form, nor were its practitioners recognized as artists. What once began as a criminalized and illicit activity is now gaining traction as an art form, and with that comes the inevitable shift to the virtual realm. Graffiti… Read More
Every new video by Jamie Hewlett and the boys is a pleasure and the new one has special guest cameos galore!
YouTube: “YouTube Play is a collaboration between YouTube and the Guggenheim Museum to unearth and showcase the very best creative video from around the world. To have your work considered, simply post it on YouTube, and then submit it at youtube.com/play. A jury of experts… Read More
Apple is rethinking it’s RSS Reader. This is big news, folks! Most people don’t even know what an RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feed is. Let’s say it’s a signal that a weblog like this one is sending out. The signal can be picked up with… Read More
Please stop listening to the “marketing gurus” and “social media experts” who keep telling you how you can make millions on the internet by selling “ebooks” and becoming “a brand”. The same people would have sold you snake poison as medicine a few decades ago…. Read More
AdFreak: “Leo Burnett once said great advertising could be boiled down into three simple messages: ‘Here’s what we’ve got. Here’s what it will do for you. Here’s how to get it.’ Maybe, but where’s the fun in that? Sometimes it’s best to just go big…. Read More
Dangerous Minds: “David Lynch’s Interview Project has recently and quietly come to its scheduled end. The well-produced online-only project comprises a full 121 video interviews with random people, shot by Lynch’s team (led by his son Austin) on a year-long road-trip around the United States…. Read More
Giant ‘butterfly net’ Temenos unveiled as first of five Teesside sculptures that aim to become biggest artwork in world. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian The Guardian: “The vaulting cultural ambitions of five modestly sized northern councils were realised today – spectacularly – with the… Read More
YouTube: “John Needham’s 1988 documentary on the life and work of animation legend Tex Avery. Features some great clips, plus contributions from Joe Adamson, Heck Allen, June Foray, Chuck Jones, Mark Kausler, Mike Lah, and Ed Love.” Part 2-5 are over here!