A Brief History of Melancholy
Jake Fried returns with another hand-drawn experimental animation using ink, white-out, coffee and collage.
In this film by Errol Morris, the Irish Rocker talks about the formation of the charity supergroup Band Aid.
“Cody Hudson & The Art of the Side Hustle” a 2-part documentary by Jared Eberhard for Vans.
Cody Hudson has a day job as a graphic designer and is also a creative collaborator with several independent brands. He discusses a need to create art even if no one sees it. Cody tours his studio and the city of Chicago, highlighting examples of his favorite work.
Jeremy Klein in the Birdhouse “Ravers” video (1993)
Saul Steinberg’s 404-inch drawing from 1954 comes to life in this video trailer for a new Nieves publication
Limp Bizkit Ft. Method Man, N Together Now, 1999
Are Andy and Lucy still a clueless happy couple? Is Agent Bob Cooper still chilling at the Black Lodge? And how are Audrey and Shelly holding up now that they are in their 40s? These might be some of the questions that are answered when David Lynch’s Twin Peaks returns to the small (yet remarkably bigger) screen in 2016 on Showtime. Celebrate with a cup of coffee, because you probably need one anyway.
Whites: still calling the shots till 2050.
Directed & animated by David Lüpschen
Performed by Junior Brown.
“Better Call Saul” beams through TV sets in February 2015.
The Persistence of Pixels, an homage to Dalí
Reese Forbes In Eastern Exposure 3
A headfirst slide into third base doesn’t go exactly as planned.
Not sure when music videos started getting called films, but this one is by Hiro Murai.
Will Ferrell is definitely one of the most unique minds of our time