This is a great video right here of designer Aaron Draplin taking us from an idea to a well thought out logo design. Logos are a foreign language to me but the creative process is not. Field Notes are not a foreign language either, since I carry them with me at all times. It’s just great to see an artist working and making great stuff on paper then on the screen. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since we’ve had a Tuesday Crush so here we have a special double edition starring Czech born model Veronica Lavery and French born Mexican actress Angelique Boyer. In the photo above, Boyer is on the left and Lavery is on the right. They have such a strong resemblance and are so stunningly beautiful that they naturally caught my eye and I had to make them our Tuesday Crush.
Check out the gallery below with Angelique Boyer on the top row and Veronica Lavery on the bottom row. Take a look at the bonus Veronica Lavery video that I edited in my last couple of years of working at Playboy.
Here is the new episode of The Midwestern Diner, the web series I’m co-producing and shooting. This is the episode that I edited starring Jonathan Zaragoza. He and his family were beyond generous with their time and locations, along with the staff and owner of Masa Azul, the restaurant that Jon was the chef at when we began filming this episode. Take a look, check out the web site and please share the video with your friends.
This is The Running Man, an amazing anime film from 1987. It’s part of the Neo Tokyo film which is made of 3 segments. I have no idea why I’ve never seen this until now or how it escaped my love of anime like this. Either way, it’s here on YouTube for all of to watch. It was originally released in America on VHS tape and a short cinematic run with the film Silent Mobius in 1989. We think it’s beautifully animated and definitely worth checking out. Enjoy!
It’s here! The new teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode 7. Star Wars has been a huge part of my life and a giant inspiration, so this is a big deal. My first thoughts after seeing it, like 7 times is that it’s good and I’m excited. Let’s go through it.
This crazy and amazing sound collage by a 21 year old Kurt Cobain is all over the internet today. It’s just over 33 minutes long and features home recordings, TV samples, the sound of somebody taking a piss, and the following artists as listed by United Mutilations via Dangerous Minds:
Here at Panic Films HQ overlooking Chicago’s north side, we are totally looking forward to seeing AUTOMATA. It was directed by Gabe Ibáñez and just released in the US with a limited run and VOD, so check your local listings. This looks so good, it’s a must see in the theater. See you in line for popcorn!
Today’s Tuesday Crush (via Vimeo) is the Romanian model Mariana Salaru. She’s 5.9″ and stars in the video above, which has an excellent use of Portishead. Mariana is a print and fashion model and seems to be making a name for herself in Europe according to our research. Check out the gallery below and enjoy your Tuesday!
Happy Monday! Let’s start the week off with a bang, shall we? Here’s The Great Martian War, a great little historical video of a war we didn’t see but has finally come into public view.
From the official web site:
On its 100th anniversary, The Great Martian War tells the story of the catastrophic events and unimaginable horrors of 1913-17, when Humankind was pitted against a savage Alien invasion.
With powerful and detailed First World War parallels, The Great Martian War fuses sci-fi fantasy with specialist factual history to explore the real-world tragedies and unique horror of World War One.