1 minute of awesome... [vimeo width="590" height="332"]http://www.vimeo.com/1784220[/vimeo] I shot this interview with Russell Barden, with Geoff Charters assisting, partly on the Letus Extreme - with a 50mm Nikon, wearing a polarizer - and a wide angle on the X1. The is the first stage of a long project we're doing for Surf Life Saving Queensland, showing the diversity of this charity organization. It will take us from the beaches, to [...]
[vimeo width="590" height="332"]http://vimeo.com/1546186[/vimeo] The Archive from Sean Dunne on Vimeo.
Maureen and I went to see Helvetica last night at theÂ Northwest Film ForumÂ (part ofÂ AIGA's ByDesign 08 event). A note about the movie - quoted from http://www.helveticafilm.com Helvetica is a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture. It looks at the proliferation of one typeface (which will celebrate its 50th birthday in 2007) as part of a larger conversation about the way type affects our lives. The [...]
From the New York Times - the voice of Kevin Fry and the photographs of Angel Franco: Watch the short story
via TUAW The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Wes Anderson (director of my favorite movie - The Life Aquatic) he'll release a short film called Hotel Chevalier later this week at Apple stores across the country and for free on iTunes. Mr. Anderson said that he shot the movie in 2 1/2 days and edited it on his own computer... The image above is the first of "The Darjeeling [...]
Interesting video about Danish musician Mikkel Hess. Links Hess is More Cool Hunting Videos
From the Telegraph: "A whimsical jumble of planking, from a distance it bears a resemblance to a Japanese pagoda, but draw closer and it seems more like a mix between a Brobdignagian tree house and the lair of a wicked fairytale character." Read the article
UPDATE #2: Thanks you to Loc Dao for posting the archive to a new location! http://cbcradio3.locdao.com/ UPDATE: Looks like the R3 online magazine is back online: http://archive.cbcradio3.com/ (Thanks for the update Sean!) While in graduate school I was fortunate enough to attend a one-day seminar examining digital journalism and convergence. One of the speakers (Sean Embury) came from CBC Radio 3 - a public radio station featuring new music from [...]
"In the late 1920s, in an attempt to break Europe's hold on the world rubber industry, Henry Ford looked to South America. There, surrounded by the Amazon rain forests, the Ford Motor Company built a modern manufacturing center and christened it Fordlandia." Read more at Michigan History Online. Fordlandia The Church at Fordlandia Links: Michigan History Online Bouncing-balls.com Material in this post copyright Michigan History Online & Meg Belichick.