Los Angeles, 2005
Flesh for Lulu, Siamese Twist
Jay-Z, Feelin’ It, 1996
“Conceived & directed by Rene Daalder, edited by Aaron Ohlmann, animated and composited by visual artist Pascual Sisto, and the geodesic grid animation at the end of Utopia was created by Michael Young.”
A couple weeks ago we attended the launch and celebration of Leffe beer’s Craft Your Character NYC campaign, an ongoing search for true men of character. From scaling a church clocktower in Prague, to crashing an Indian wedding, each of the five finalists had a unique story to tell and refreshing, Belgian beer was enjoyed by all. The winning entry came from Ryan Eberts, a Connecticut-based Teacher and Fishman who had spent time in Bangladesh working with orphans for two and a half years. The ladies in the crowd melted at his story about one specific child he taught, and what it meant to truly teach. Have a look at all the stories after the jump, and put your thinking caps on as the Leffe Stories of Character will be traveling to other cities in the US in the next year.
Moving Platforms by Priestmangoode
“A concept for high-speed trains that would transfer passengers to local services while still moving, instead of stopping at stations.”
video after the jump