DOUBLE KING A film about love and regicide. Made by Felix Colgrave over the course of 2 years. DOUBLE KING merchandise available at http://felixcolgrave.com/shop ——————————— http://felixcolgrave.com http://felixcolgrave.tumblr.com http://twitter.com/felixcolgrave The image below is by artist, Nathan Malone.
Falling as darkness pulls me to the ground. I struggle within to get free. Fighting to reach for the light. Is this my reality, a memory or just a dream? A short choreography film with by RubberLegz and James Gregg. Choreography: @RubberLegz James Gregg Director of photography: FROMTHEZOOFILM http://fromthezoofilm.com/ Editing: Rauf Yasit Music: @Bearcubsmusic
Fik-Shun World of Dance Las Vegas 2014 Du-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall is the male winner on Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance. This video was filmed at the World of Dance Las Vegas 2014. Fik-Shun lives Las Vegas where he was born and raised. He first started dancing at the age of 5 or 6 and later spent time as a Vegas street performer before he hit the big time. Dance Videos @ http://WORLDOFDANCE.COM Music: Jibbs – Chain Hang Low (Crizzly & AFK Remix)
Mathematics and Art Fused Through Kinetic Sculptures by Jennifer Townley Bussola by Jennifer Townley 2014 120 x 60 x 70 cm Wood, steel, mechanical parts, electric motor.
The Art Of Listening A deaf person explains what it truly means to “listen” to someone, and to “hear” the voice of the Lord in our daily lives. Written for and performed as part of Cornerstone Church’s 8th Annual Arts & Improv Night. “To listen another’s soul into a condition of disclosure and discovery may be almost the greatest service that any human being ever performs for another.” – Douglas Steere When two people listen to each other deeply, both the listener and the speaker expand their connection and closeness. They are not only present to each other, they are present to [More]
Freedom by Valdi Sabev Valdi Sabev is a unique musician, and one that should be recognized greatly. His passion resides with chill-out music. At the young age of 17, Valdi started to produce his own music. Today he continues to produce music in hopes that it will create a new wave of understanding and appreciation for a genre that is not yet mainstream. This creative musician found his love for music at the age of 6 when he began to play the classical piano. He could not read musical notes he tells us; and still can’t. You heard that correct. This talented [More]
Ana Yang has entertained audiences around the world from Japan to New York, thrilling crowds and stretching laws of physics with her fascinating and delicate performances. Touted as “The World’s Greatest Female Bubble Artist” and a Guinness World Record holder, Ana mixes art with science to create bubbles of every imaginable size, shape and hue. She brings over 20 years of stage experience, performing those years around the world with her husband, Fan Yang. People of all ages across the globe have been mesmerized by the artistry of Ana’s creations as she builds bubbles within bubbles, smoking bubbles, bouncing, spinning [More]
This video is of 43-year-old finger painter Fabian Gaete from Chile. He is a street artist that creates amazing landscape pictures in just three minutes despite using nothing but his fingers! 3 pictures in 3 minutes – this guy is a machine! Find him outside Málaga cathedral. Fabian Gaete specializes in painting landscapes such as trees, mountains, and waterfalls; and he does it in under 3 mins without even using a brush. Instead he uses his fingers! Spectators often watch mesmerised as Fabian Gaete appears to create magic right before their eyes in under 3 mins. Bob Ross, doesn’t have much [More]
Raw Data by Jake Fried 2013. Hand-drawn animation with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee. Jake Fried (b.1984) lives and works in Boston. Originally known for his paintings, Fried has spent recent years working on a series of hand-drawn, experimental animations or “moving paintings”. His films have screened at the Tate Modern, Sundance Film Festival, and on Adult Swim. Art Prints available at society6.com/jakefried More at http://www.inkwood.net
Dancers from 1941 that put us to shame. A Midsummer Night’s Swing Musical Director Guy Barker and guests from Jazz at Lincoln Center 17 June 2010 / 21:00 Stoke Newington Town Hall More info at http://bit.ly/byJqcf
Roland DXY-1150 Pen Plotter Drawing The Adler Steam Locomotive The Adler steam locomotive (1835) drawn by a 1980’s Roland DXY-1150 pen plotter, a rather hectic looking and sounding fellow. The Adler (“Eagle”) was a German steam locomotive built to order in 1835 by the British railway pioneers George and Robert Stephenson at a cost of 1750 pounds sterling. It was delivered to the Bavarian Ludwigsbahn (Bayerische Ludwigsbahn) which ran 7.45 kilometre long between Nuremberg and Fürth. After running successfully for over twenty years the locomotive was scrapped in 1857. The Roland DXY-1150 pen plotter is a popular computer printing device [More]
Established in 2007 by Italian-Swiss director Daniele Finzi Pasca, Nebbia explores the world of dreams and the imaginary. In the fog you get lost, you find each other, but above all, you are confronted with the unexpected… Nebbia, meaning “fog” in Italian. Word from Daniele Finzi Pasca Author and director The fog that would float down when we visited my grandparents would swallow up the entire house. The neighborhood disappeared, followed by the entire village. Standing on the living room balcony, I would spy on the void and when the sky was very low, I would see strange things. The [More]