United Bamboo recently launched an awesome tshirt line curated by Animal Collective Producer and UUAR musician Rusty Santos. Called After Evers, the theme of the line is: select musicians, in conjunction with United Bamboo/Santos, design their own artwork for limited run shirts. Pictured is my favorite art by the Swedish psychadelic band Dungen. Other bands […] [Read more]
The Stockholm Syndrome is adaptable. You know it. I know it. You can call it whatever you want it, after wherever you are. It doesn’t diminish the fact that there is a fine line between writing copy for others and being held hostage by terrorists.
What is the Stockholm Syndrome?
The Stockholm Syndrome was dubbed for an incident in 1973, where four Swedish hostages held in a bank vault for six days during a robbery became attached to their captors and later went into business together and created a company named Ikea that sold affordable modern furniture. Or maybe I made the last part up in a spec script, either way, according to psychologists, the abused people bond to their abusers as a means to endure the violence at hand.
First, let me say I am not a smiley face kind of person. In fact, I have never written a note on paper and added a cute smile anywhere. But somehow I appreciate emoticons â€“ on IM. The ones that are built into the system so that they actually appear as graphic icons, not the […] [Read more]
Saiman Chow cranks up his non-linear Stop Motion weirdness for the final film in the Adidas Adicolor series. Agency: Idealogue Creative Directors Jacqueline Bosnjak and Mark Beukes Executive Producer: Sara Seiferheld Director: Saiman Chow Written by Saiman Chow Production Company: Transistor Studios [Read more]
The first officially licensed video for Boards of Canada has been released online by Warp Records and it’s exactly what I’d expect it to be. Directed by newcomer Melissa Olson, the video for "Dayvan Cowboy" (in my opinion one of BoC’s best tracks in years) is organic, slightly ominous and built on absolutely ridiculous stock […] [Read more]
Japan’s most user friendly Design Conference, Design Festa, is back! From the site: This time has come! Design Festa vol.23 will be held on May 20 & 21 at Tokyo Big Sight! This time, we have 2600 booths, Outdoor Live-show Stage, Indoor Stage, Projection Space and Restaurant Cafe/Bar area. In […] [Read more]