How awesome is Geraldine Brezca – She was 2nd camera assistant on Inglorious Basterds and is hilarious
hahahah ” Obama”
I had the pleasure of meeting Rodney Mullen in 2005. I was on tour with my band in Vancouver at Slam City Jam. I’ll dig up a photo and post it one day.
*a must watch for any maker, designer, musician, typography nerd* the making of john mayer’s ‘born to be raised’
Have a listen to the latest from some fellow T-bayers, now residing in Toronto. The songs called “Sharpshooter”. This acoustic version is particularly nice, as is most live recordings in my opinion. I can see this getting people on their feet in a hurry.
***this is a couple days late, but reposable none the less.
Check out this insight into the world of blowing up asteroids, and even gently nudging them just enough to not smash us out of existence.
OH EM GEE. Just last night, a flippin meteorite hit the earth in Moscow, Russia. Guess what? Everyone has a phone, or a dash cam taking video now, so we have a couple shots of it coming in! So awesome! Except for the injuries…
A super slick & very tasteful spot from Westfort Films. Booyeah!
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Take a look at something I finished around 8 months ago for a campaign we produced for Confederation College.
Agency: Generator Strategy Advertising
Motion Graphics/ Graphic Design: Scott MacKay
Written By: Robin Moss
Additional Creative from Amanda Phillips Beck & Jordan Danielson.
**** This Spot has received a platinum award at this years MarCom Awards in the category Video/Film/Educational Institution****
It seems to me, after viewing numerous Tiny Desk concerts from NPR, that the room itself can be particularly hard to make sound, well, good. Acoustically that is.
The Milk Carton Kids are bloody perfect here. So delicate. Not to mention the chops. Boy, the dude is playing in about 4 different styles all at once, all while providing a soothing ambiance making for a fantastic soundscape. I like.
I’ll start by stating my age. I am 26, to be 27 this coming March. At 10 years old in 1996, Is fairly safe to say this ad touches a few sweet spots for me.
Here is to hoping the product, Internet Explorer, can deliver more than just a nostalgic bump for the ones using it. For old time sake.
The nicest execution of the concept I think I’ve come across!
WATCH THIS: The Flawed Symmetry of Prediction: A Time-Lapse of Optical Illusions in the American West
found on : This is Colossal
This was a must-post from the minute I saw it. An amazingly well told story about a man who decided to recreate the poster that inspired some of the music of Sg. Pepper.
Fantastic. This was a live stream, with people providing comments to them in real time. Two ladies, a guitar, and some shakers. This dude has got some serious talent. Oh, and the songwriting… I like.