This is one of my favorite movies ever, since my mum bought it for me when I was around twelve. The Way Things Go, or better in German: Der Lauf der Dinge. It was shot, nearly 29 minutes and 45 seconds long, in an empty garage near Zurich by Peter Fischli and David Weiss in 1987.
Mike Sheldrake makes cardboard surfboards!
Again, Andy's brilliant analysis called Techno Tuesday.
New work by Emil Kozak, Danish blood based in Barcelona.
You have to see his work, absolutely beautiful.
Who we are and who we kill. As the animal appears in the media it disappears in nature. - Godfrey Reggio at the Stock Exchange of Visions.
Recently on an airport I got hold of a free magazine talking about 9/11. That was funny. When I looked who's responsible for this it was funny too. It was Christian Vetter. In German, if somebody has the same name as you have, you call this 'Namensvetter'.
Finally, after a long period of chaos, Fabrica has managed to pull out their new website: www.fabrica.it - and it was worth it, congratulations!
A new skin for BMW concept car called Gina, via Everyoneforever.
I was posting about this guy's work already earlier. Now I came across his talk at the TED conference, and his other work blew me again away. Just beautiful.
Some great stuff one can do with Photoshop. Thanks Alex.
I have to say, the new format 'No Comment' on Euronews is a great format. For a minute or two they are broadcasting everyday a little scene from somewhere in the world, without any voice over. This does not only trigger curiosity, but is also a very honest way to reflect the situation of the world today.
Cathy just sent me the latest copy of her kids magazine Anorak. It's plenty of funny colourful things.
A great animation movie from the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany.
Another great post by the Fabrica blog.