Takashi Murakami On Nuclear Monsters And Buddhist Damnation

Takashi Murakami On Nuclear Monsters And Buddhist Damnation

June 11th, 2013 | Contemporary Art, Film, Japan, Popculture, Videos

Takashi Murakami’s first live-action feature film, Jellyfish Eyes, has been ten years in the making. In a rare and exclusive interview The Creators Project sits down with the legendary Japanese artist to discuss the filmmaking process, advances in CGI, and his overall artistic influences at… Read More

George Lucas Cultural Arts Museum – A “New Kind of Museum”?

George Lucas Cultural Arts Museum – A “New Kind of Museum”?

March 21st, 2013 | Comics, Film, Graphic Art, Museums, News, Popculture, USA

Now that’s big news, George Lucas really wants open a Museum for illustration, comics, digital arts, and movie arts in San Francisco where Norman Rockwell and Steve Jobs can be studied on an equal level. We were just joking about it the other day and… Read More

Douglas Coupland: Museum of the Rapture

Douglas Coupland: Museum of the Rapture

March 18th, 2013 | Canada, Music, Popculture, Videos

The Museum of the Rapture was a site-specific installation by Douglas Coupland interrogating life and death and things in between. It was installed in the underground parking garage at Toronto City Hall as part of the Museum For The End Of The World at the… Read More

The Evolution Of Real Time PC Graphics

The Evolution Of Real Time PC Graphics

February 7th, 2013 | 3D, Computer Art, Games, Graphic Art, Popculture

In case you don’t play video games you might have missed out on the amazing movie like quality of releases like “Arkham City” which make playing a game so realistic that you have to hold your breath here and there. Youtube User PerfecthandVideos has put… Read More

Motion Comics Unchained – “The Writer” & “Malaria”

Motion Comics Unchained – “The Writer” & “Malaria”

January 25th, 2013 | Animation, Popculture, Videos

“The Writer” is a short film by Edson Oda created for Quentin Tarantino’s Emerging Artist Contest to promote the film Django Unchained. The film tells the story of Pedro, a young cowboy who defies the writer of the short film. Edson Oda used the footage… Read More

Wrestling with Andy Warhol

Wrestling with Andy Warhol

January 14th, 2013 | Pop Art, Popculture, Sports, Videos

You may think that Andy Warhol must have taken the wrong door when he suddenly showed up backstage with the World Wrestling Federation’s biggest stars to make some comments on “The War to Settle the Score”, a weird wrestling show which was broadcasted live on… Read More

MOON ROCK by Yellow Submarine Director George Dunning

MOON ROCK by Yellow Submarine Director George Dunning

January 8th, 2013 | Animation, Popculture, Videos

Based on the book “Lateral Thinking”. George Dunning, the director of the Beatles Yellow Submarine, and the rest at TVC made the science fiction short Moon Rock in 1970. Historian Giannalberto Bendazzi wrote that in Moon Rock, Dunning “deals with the monsters of mass society… Read More

It’s in the Trees! It’s Coming!

It’s in the Trees! It’s Coming!

November 21st, 2012 | Mashups, Popculture, Videos

An audiovisual piece inspired by horror cinema and beyond commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum. The lines “It’s in the trees! It’s coming!” are taken from a seance scene from the 1957 British horror film Night of the Demon, spoken by actor Maurice Denham…. Read More

Only surviving art from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band at Sotheby’s

Only surviving art from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band at Sotheby’s

November 12th, 2012 | Auctions, Collages, England, Music, News, Popculture

On 13th November 2012, Sotheby’s London will offer an image familiar to millions of music fans around the world – Sir Peter Blake‘s original 1967 collage for the insert for The Beatles’ legendary Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – one of the best-selling albums… Read More

Halloween – It’s A Mad Monster Party

Halloween – It’s A Mad Monster Party

October 30th, 2012 | Animation, Film, Popculture, Videos

The greatest Halloween movie ever is probably “Mad Monster Party”, a 1967 animated comedy starring Baron Boris von Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) who decides to retire, leaving the monster business to his nerdy nephew, Felix Flankin (Allen Swift). Frankenstein plans to announce his decision at a… Read More