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 Dark Side Of The Lens, is a short story manifested from the mysterious depths of renowned surf photographer Mickey Smith. As a “silent workhorse of the surfing world” he explains, “I never want to take this for granted, so I try to keep motivation simple, real, positive.” While watching and listening to The Dark Side Of The Lens, I feel a familiar echo that resonates succinctly with the vibration of artists across the sands of time and the oceans of existence.
Below are obscure videos from South African artist, Berni Searle who states, “without providing any definite answers, I think my work raises questions about attitudes towards race and gender.” In response, I find that the videos aren’t specific enough to either race or gender. To me, Searle’s work speaks more generally about the cyclical and ephemeral nature of existence.
All videos on this post are ©Berni Searle.
Gatorade sponsors Fox’s hit show “So You Think You Can Dance” and for the first time in history recognizes dance as a professional sport. Will this recognition finally get “Dance-Sport” into the Olympics?
Celebrity choreographer’s Napoleon and Tabitha aka “Nappytabs” comment.
I went to the 10th floor for a sip of water and the building manager was nowhere to be found.