Beanplating on The Fifth Element
from architecture students at the University of Waterloo. [more inside]
You may have heard that they made a movie of the The Hunger Games
. While others discuss its dystopian vision of a barbaric future America, we will concern ourselves with something more important: the clothes
. [more inside]
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, artworks created with old worn, or snapped, skateboard decks | Disassembly
, capturing relics of our past in a unique, dismantled and exposed form | Murakami at Versailles
, knee-deep in controversy since its inception | and Darren's Great Big Camera
, a short documentary
about a camera that shoots on 14" x 36" negatives and measures 6ft. in length.
The shady, predatory side of the modeling industry
is the one former model Sara Ziff wanted to portray in her new film
“Picture Me: A Model’s Diary”, which chronicles five years in the lives of a group of models
, following them backstage and beneath the makeup." An interview with Ziff regarding her then-upcoming film appeared on MeFi in June, 2009
. The documentary opens today in NYC. Official Site
. At New York Magazine's Website: Webisode 1
/ Webisode 2
. [more inside]
Lost At E Minor
is an online publication of inspiring art, illustration, photography, music, fashion, film — basically contemporary pop culture.
Trailer for Brüno
, the upcoming film by Sacha Baron Cohen, formerly known for his characters Ali G
The Cheerful Transgressive
Ever since 1971, when Larry Clark
, an austere series chronicling his meth-shooting pals in sixties Oklahoma, Clark has made it his mission to document teenagers at their most deviant, their most vulnerable, their most sexually unhinged (possibly NSFW)
. And now “Larry Clark
” the first American retrospective of Clark’s work, currently on display at the International Center of Photography
, demonstrates the richness with which he’s mined this single subject (NSFW)
. More inside.
"Excuse me, but we can credit sources however we choose."
Some of you might have seen the pictures of Jessica Simpson as Daisy Duke which have been popping out all over. One of the sources was Film Rotation, who presented the 'story' in this post
. The following day they included a follow up
discussing other sites which have been covering the story including Cinema Blend
adding that it was "sadly with no source credit - seems to be a pattern with them as of late." The Blend people didn't take too kindly to the criticism and this 'discussion' occured
. It's captivating, but all too familiar.