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Incredible Ad for Pocari Sweat, Shot in a Long, Motorized Set | Spoon & Tamago

Pocari Sweat, one of Japan’s most-popular sports beverages, has just released a new ad that features a girl running through undulating hallways, confetti and flower petals to reach her friend. The vertigo-inducing sixty-second ad was created almost entirely in a … Continue reading

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The Pitch Song

Sometimes you take the time To draw some characters But they get scrapped Because they’re terrible And you’re worthless And you’ll never be suc-cesss-fuuullllll But remember…

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Artist Amy Sherald Depicts a Vast Array of Black Leisure through Monumental and Nuanced Portraits

APRIL 20, 2021 GRACE EBERT Detail of “A Midsummer Afternoon Dream” (2020), oil on canvas, 106 x 101 x 2.5 inches   Amy Sherald  plumbs the multitudes of Black leisure in The Great American Fact, a series of arresting portraits that … Continue reading

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How to Be at Home (2020)

In 2010, the poet, musician and my dear friend, Tanya Davis, wrote the beautiful poem, How to Be Alone, and from this we collaborated to make the film which you can see here vimeo.com/3850863 Ten years later, Tanya has written … Continue reading

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Epic Anime Flipbook Is So Long It Should Should Be Its Own Show | My Modern Met

By Arnesia Young on April 19, 2021 A big flipbook by Andymation from nextfuckinglevel This flipbook is like an episode of the greatest anime you could hope to see.   Flipbooks are one of the coolest and simplest ways that … Continue reading

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The Secret Behind the Mysterious Girl in ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ Posters | Spoon & Tamago

the original poster art for My Neighbor Totoro, created for the 1988 theatrical release and still used to this day   My Neighbor Totoro was created by Hayao Miyazaki and released as a film in 1988. It’s one of our … Continue reading

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HOBBY – an Adobe Pocket Film

A short film about the new hobbies we started while locked down over the past year, in a search for fulfillment…and their failures. Commissioned by Adobe for their Pocket Film Series. Shot on iPhone & DJI OM 4, all transitions … Continue reading

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Fabric fantastic: The chemist’s made out of felt | BBC News

After wowing art lovers in the US and China, Lucy Sparrow’s latest felt fantasy is her first UK show in five years. More: Fabric fantastic: The chemist’s made out of felt

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Ironic Compositions Juxtapose Outlandish Scenarios in Paco Pomet’s New Paintings

“The Lesson” (2020), oil on canvas, 130 x 170 centimeters. All images © Paco Pomet In Beginnings, Spanish artist Paco Pomet (previously) visualizes a series of jarring and absurd scenarios born out of an equally concerning event. He juxtaposes disparate elements—a … Continue reading

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Martin Scorsese on Framing

“Sometimes when it all comes together … you become the film you’re making.” – Martin Scorsese in 1990, as told to T.J. English. In this new episode we have a previously unheard conversation with legendary director, Martin Scorsese, on how … Continue reading

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