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Alfie Gatt, paintings

Alfie Gatt, paintings

Alfie Gatt was born in 1985 in the small and sunny island of Malta. His drive and passion for his love of art started in his early childhood years. He pursued his studies and was successfully awarded a degree from the Institute of Art & Design, in Malta in 2005. Out of college, he was...
Ernestine Shepherd: "It's Never Too Late"

Ernestine Shepherd: “It’s Never Too Late”

“Age is nothing but a number, and you can get fit.” Those are a few of the many wise words of Ernestine Shepherd, the world’s oldest female bodybuilder — she was born in June 1936, making her 79 this year. Twenty-two years ago, Ernestine Shepherd was a school secretary in the Baltimore area. While she...
Chameleon - impressive bodypainting by Johannes Stötter

Chameleon – impressive bodypainting by Johannes Stötter

Johannes Stötter, an incredibly talented bodypaint artist from Italy, has created a video to show us exactly how his amazing illusory body art “unfolds,” showing us the full transition from the chameleon we think we see in his art to the two painted women that actually compose the image. It took Stötter 4 hours to...
Stunning vivid, dynamic paintings by John Bramblitt, blind artist

Stunning vivid, dynamic paintings by John Bramblitt, blind artist

While art has always been a major part of John Bramblitt’s life, it wasn’t until he completely lost his sight that he tried to paint for the first time. From the age of 11, Bramblitt’s vision was gradually stolen from him by epilepsy. By the time he was 30, seizures had rendered him completely blind,...
When I am Laid in Earth (Dido's Lament)

When I am Laid in Earth (Dido’s Lament)

In an experimental arrangement and art-video, Roxanna Walitzki explores the transitory nature of being, questions what remains when we cease to exist, and reinvents the past by breathing imaginative new life into “When I am Laid in Earth (Dido’s Lament),” from Henry Purcell’s 17th-century opera Dido and Aeneas. Marking the beginning of an innovative new...
'Paint', a LEGO stop-motion short film by CheesyBricks

‘Paint’, a LEGO stop-motion short film by CheesyBricks

Filmmaker Jon Rolph, known as ‘CheesyBricks’ on YouTube, has recently released a fascinating stop-motion film that showed him recreating Piet Mondrian’s famous painting, Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow, entirely with LEGO bricks. His attention to detail in the short film is impressive—look out for his clever, subtle use of “paint strokes” created with...
Incredible ballerina performs en pointe with knife shoes

Incredible ballerina performs en pointe with knife shoes

    A ballerina, whose pointe shoes are extended by a set of sharp kitchen knives, dances and twirls insistently until reaching exhaustion, fighting to maintain balance on the lid of a grand piano set on a stage. The theatre with its red velvet warm lighting, resembles an oversized music box. The camera turns around...
Elementary (2012), Behind the scenes of the live action shoot

Elementary (2012), Behind the scenes of the live action shoot

Before you say anything, I’d like to remind you that I’m holding an axe. — Sherlock Holmes Elementary (2012) — Art of the Title “Due to budgetary constraints, the aim was to get everything in camera with a minimal “we will just fix it in post” approach to the shoot. With the exception of the...
Rocks, gravity and patience - Stone Balance by Michael Grab

Rocks, gravity and patience – Stone Balance by Michael Grab

Working only with rocks, gravity, and patience, artist Michael Grab builds precarious towers and bridges that seem to defy gravity. Grab first tried stone balancing during the summer of 2008 while exploring Boulder Creek in Boulder, Colorado, and quickly discovered an innate ability to build increasingly complicated, free standing stacks of rocks. While his stone...
The use of color by Pixar

The use of color by Pixar

American videomaker Rishi Kaneria has compiled in one video the colors’ use in Pixar‘s movies: red and green in Toy Story or blue and purple in Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc. A celebration of very beautiful animated movies, to discover on a music by Moderat – “Milk”.     Via: fubiz.net
The Red by Stanley Kubrick

The Red by Stanley Kubrick

A supercut examining Stanley Kubrick’s use of the color red. I have always been fascinated by color as a form of non-verbal communication. Color has a profound and powerful psychological effect on us and it makes the perfect tool for providing subtext in film—as well as supporting a certain theme or providing the right mood....
Meet Honey Bee, a rescued blind cat who loves hiking with her humans

Meet Honey Bee, a rescued blind cat who loves hiking with her humans

“Honey Bee is our amazing blind cat that loves to go hiking with us! We adopted her from Animals Fiji, but she now lives in Seattle with her 2 humans and 4 other cats. When we go hiking, we take her on our shoulders or with a leash. People say they love dogs because you...

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