Andrew Harper

This about sums up the state of advertising.  


nprfreshair:

In a conversation with director Wes Anderson Terry asked why he often has his characters look at the camera/audience head-on. Here’s what he says:

"I have my own way of blocking things and framing things that’s built into me. I compare it to handwriting. I don’t fully understand it — why my handwriting is like this — but in a way there’s some sort of tonal thing with the kind of stories I do. They tend to have some fable element and I think my visual predilections are somehow related to trying to make that tone and make my own writing work with performers."

Photos of The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, The Darjeeling Limited, and The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Photographer Yume Cyan has been shooting magical long exposure photographs of fireflies in a forested area around Nagoya City, Japan. By Keeping the camera’s shutter open at a low aperture Cyan captures every bioluminescent flash of each insect resulting in dotted light trails. 

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AAA Super Bowl Spot

Finished this up a couple weeks ago. Forgot to post it till now. 


Samantha Keely Smith - Progeny, Shift and Ebb

I dig. 

http://samanthakeelysmith.com


New Bell’s South Africa TV Ad — The Reader (by Bells Whisky)


Sometimes it feels like the internet’s just the same thing over and over. Google agrees: According to the search giant, 25-30 percent of everything online actually is a duplicate of something else somewhere else online.

I wonder how many other things in the world are 30% copies of themselves.

30 Percent of the Internet Is Just a Copy of Itself (via internet-of-dreams)

I wonder how many other things in the world are 30% copies of themselves.

I wonder how many other things in the world are 30% copies of themselves.

I wonder how many other things in the world are 30% copies of themselves.

(via mikerugnetta)

mandatory reblog?

(via mattonlymoore)

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shortformblog:

Here’s that Lego Simpsons house you didn’t know you wanted.

shortformblog:

Here’s that Lego Simpsons house you didn’t know you wanted.


madeleinepascal:

this timelapse of the albuquerque balloon fiesta is just lovely to watch. 

awesome


shortformblog:

In an unprecedented move, the French newspaper Libération ran an entire issue without photos today, placing them instead in the back spread so people can see the art that’s missing. Its reason? It was trying to draw attention to the plight of photojournalists worldwide—timing the issue around Paris Photo, the world’s largest photography fair. “It’s not a wake, we’re not burying the photographic art […] Instead we give photography the homage it deserves,” the paper explains. “Yet, no one can ignore the calamitous situation press photographers now find themselves in, especially war photographers who risk their lives while barely making a living.”
Your move, Chicago Sun-Times.

shortformblog:

In an unprecedented move, the French newspaper Libération ran an entire issue without photos today, placing them instead in the back spread so people can see the art that’s missing. Its reason? It was trying to draw attention to the plight of photojournalists worldwide—timing the issue around Paris Photo, the world’s largest photography fair. “It’s not a wake, we’re not burying the photographic art […] Instead we give photography the homage it deserves,” the paper explains. “Yet, no one can ignore the calamitous situation press photographers now find themselves in, especially war photographers who risk their lives while barely making a living.”

Your move, Chicago Sun-Times.



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