We are left standing atop a building, high above the urban sprawl of a faceless city. We see the flames of passion on his back and his words call out to us. “You have experiences, and the experiences you have in life are just lessons… Keep that dream in your mind alive.”
Watch this short film, “Ride” directed by Garth Davis, featuring pro skater Steve Berra and a band of his skate buddies as they light up the streets of Mexico city with fearless abandonment. If the sponsoring company Burn, a Coca-Cola energy drink continues making commercials with such artistic sensibility, that’s good news for our ad-assaulted brains and marketing-deadened eyes. “Artbranding” at its best.
The coolest 500GB external hard drive on the market is presented by Flash Rods, a company known for encasing digital storage devices with the badest cars ever designed. This epic Flash Rods model is the vintage ride from the movie Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox. The stainless steel construction of this car is complete with 50’s style Moon Discs, a Flux Capacitor and Mr. Fusion Reactor. The only real difference between this disguised Seagate 500GB hard drive and the original Back to the Future DeLorean is you won’t need banana peels and stray garbage to get this into warp speed and ready for future computer back ups.
The essence of Jonathan Calugi is noodles of obsessed line design twisted with talent. Look for the title of each piece incorporated typographically.
Below is a full frame image and a detailed snippet from one of Jean Francois Rauzier’s “hyperphotos.” Jean Rauzier’s “hyperphotos” are comprised of “600-3,400 individual photos,” so at this size it doesn’t do the work much justice. However, if you continue on to Rauzier’s website you’ll be intrigued by the level of depth and detail in every image.
The completed photos are documents of real places. Based on Rauzier’s process of documenting a single location with multiple images, Rauzier’s work has been compared to David Hockney’s stitched photographic scenes, although the Rauzier’s finished product is a seamlessly tiled image with clean edges throughout the entire composition.
For more of his work, please visit Rauzier’s website.