|⏚ Art Print by Naoto Hattori: 8.5″ x 12″ Giclee. Lim. Signed & Numbered Ed. of 50. Costs $75.
// Painting © Naoto Hattori /// ☇ Art Print @ 1xRUN.com /// via //
|➲ Various Artists “Microfunk EP” ★ Label: Microfunk Music ★ Released 14 December 2015 ★|
The Microfunk Crew, which consists of Russian producers Bop & Oak, have just launched a brand new lable called Microfunk Music.
The “Microfunk EP“ featuring tracks by Bop & Synkro, Nuage, Microfunk Crew & Dissident.
In 2009, The Cinemart traveled to Wynwood, Miami with the late Urban Visionary Tony Goldman to document his efforts to re-invent the Neighborhood with Street Art and Entrepreneurial Innovation. The result was Here Comes The Neighborhood //
After the Series premiered in 2011, the team continued to work with the Goldman Family and Artists from around the World to document this remarkable transformation: from a dormant industrial quarter into the global Mecca of Street Art and one of the fastest nieghborhood revitalizations in American history. Over six years in the making, “Walls of Change” taps into a deep film and photo archive, featuring over 25 of the World’s biggest names in Street Art and Graffiti and exclusive photographs from legendary documentarian Martha Cooper.
Directed by Jenner Furst • Produced by Ben Solomon & Julia Nason.
“Sputnik” is a Maxim Zhestkov short film about the evolution of an extraterrestrial mind, and its journey to the light.
The project was created with the help of industry leading artists from all over the world, including: United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Russia.
Director, Designer, Producer: Maxim Zhestkov • Compositing: Alexander Kulikov.
Animation: Dmitrii Kolpakov • Character Design: Ben Mauro.
Marcos Chin ist ein preisgekrönter Illustrator, dessen Arbeiten bereits in zahlreichen Büchern, Zeitschriften, auf CD-Cover und in der Werbung erschienen sind. Der freischaffende Künstler lebt in New York City und arbeitet derzeit als Lehrbeauftragter an der New Yorker School of Visual Arts.
// Illustrations © Marcos Chin //
Thoughts at 3 A.M.
A Film by David Delafuente • Music: Ramona Andra Xavier.
“Meanwhile” follows four characters traversing a city, each lost in their own separate worlds, trapped in their memories, regrets and frustrations. “Meanwhile” uses bold colour schemes and fragments of narratives to examine empathy in urban insularity.
|Directed by Stephen McNally • Score: Adam Cullen • Sound Design: Dan Larkin.|
The nine virtual sculptures underlying vitreous resulted from experimental setups by Robert Seidel for generating three-dimensional clusters of fibrous refractions, as well as the gravitational lensing of different volumetric and chromatic densities. Singular elements gravitate towards each other, accumulating in a gigantic sculptural system, where each entity exists with its own visual axis and vanishing point. The impalpable luminous formations create prismatic interactions between the ridges and plateaux of the main colours floating in front of the infinite violet background.
The Mirror, 1900, by Sir William Orpen revisited.
☇ Animated Image “Beyond The Ultraworld (2014)” © Matthieu Bourel //