Friday, July 30, 2010

Raymond Luxury-Yacht

It appears we're all too busy to write about something sensible these days, so I take it upon myself to break the silence with some nonsense. It's friday, and, back by popular request, Monty Python clip of the week.

Really a minor and modest clip with no huge pay-off, more something like a nice and subtle string of classic pythonesque randomness. Enjoy.

Friday, July 16, 2010

The Fish Slapping Dance

Friday, and time for Monty Python Clip of the Week. It's been a while and this'll probably be the last one, at least for a while. Again, short and sweet.

magic highway usa

Some nice futuristic images from the 50´s which shows a very optimistic future of the american street- and freeway-system... More info in this wonderful blog.

Friday, July 9, 2010

The Kubrick Corner

I am currently doing some research in the art of storyboarding and I found this nice and usefull collection of storyboards from some of Kubricks films, enjoy!

Wednesday, July 7, 2010


Street art is in my opinion a little bit overrated. I used to spray tunnels and buildings and all kinds of stuff that did not belong to me. It was fun, it was exciting but due to the hit and run nature of the game I would not call my vandalism art, and I am not exactly proud of it either. The past years many new forms of streetart have emerged like stickers and cut-out posters and some funny use of charactershaped things on the street. But for the large part I think the movement is taking itself a little too serious and there is a lot of copieing eachother going on. Or could it be that it is being hijacked by gallerists and fashion brands who use the cool culture to sell more sneakers? Anyway, I don't want to hate on it, and I like many of Berlins wall decorations! Do you remember the big ones in Berlin?

This guy, BLU, is really pushing the boundries of streetart. Not only do his wallpaintings always have a sence of social commitment, they stand out in form, size and expression. Lately he has been experimenting with animation as well, his first film was already great, but his new film is an unbelievable display of inventive use of the surroundings. I don't want to imagine the amount of painting was needed to complete this piece of art. Forget about the street, this is much bigger!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Inspector, inspector...

Short but still a classic. Monty Python clip of the week.