My work dwells in a netherworld between urban fine art and contemporary graphics, A collision of real and digital media it is primarily illustration based with a firm foundation in drawing, I focus mainly on the human form particularly the face, interweaving elements from the animal kingdom often reflecting the absurdity of human nature… <see more artwork here> @ <http://www.behance.net/>
This work is great… lots of emotion in the faces and really pushed with the style. It would be great for concept drawings for a film. Definitely check out the full gallery at the bottom of the link.
Horror doesn’t just have to be about scary monsters and their victims — some of our favorite horror stories include awesome monster-slayers, who are on a mission to wipe out everything slimy or toothy. Here are horror’s 10 greatest heroes… <See the full top ten list here> @ <http://io9.com/>
Great list for us especially since we’re working on Rangda, and we have a great heroine in the same vein as Ripley.
“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do…” – steve jobs
“Toy Story,” for example, took four years to make while Pixar struggled, yet Mr. Jobs never let up on his colleagues. “‘You need a lot more than vision — you need a stubbornness, tenacity, belief and patience to stay the course,” said Edwin Catmull, a computer scientist and a co-founder of Pixar. “In Steve’s case, he pushes right to the edge, to try to make the next big step forward.”
If he had a motto, it may have come from “The Whole Earth Catalog,” which he said had deeply influenced him as a young man. The book, he said in his commencement address at Stanford in 2005, ends with the admonition “Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.”
“I have always wished that for myself,” he said.
“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life.” ~Steve Jobs
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life… have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” – Steve Jobs
Pres. Obama: There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than fact that much of world learned of his passing on a device he invented.
My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to make them better.
When Brad Pitt tells Eric Bana in the 2004 film Troy that “there are no pacts between lions and men,” he is not reciting a clever line from the pen of a Hollywood screenwriter. He is speaking Achilles’ words in English as Homer wrote them in Greek more than 2,000 years ago in the Iliad. The tale of the Trojan War has captivated generations of audiences while evolving from its origins as an oral epic to written versions and, finally, to several film adaptations. The power of this story to transcend time, language and culture is clear even today, evidenced by Troy’s robust success around the world… <read the full article here> @ <http://www.scientificamerican.com/>
I’m geeking out on this one, so interesting the idea of a drive for story… As a storyteller it makes so much sense. Great read for anyone creative, or who likes creative products… oh everyone!
This is awesome… the drawings are great, and I love the storytelling. Complete score if you’re a fan of spiderman or Cameron! <see the full scriptment here>
There’s plenty of buzz surrounding the new latex-humping horror series American Horror Story, but what’s is this bizarre show really about? We rounded up every detail, image, screengrab, trailer, review and viral ad we could find, and squeezed out every precious piece of information from the heart of horror… <see the first five minutes here> @ <http://io9.com/>
And the viral sit <can be found here>
This looks pretty cool… from the creators of Glee? Obviously they can tell a story. The five minute preview looks pretty cool, although the camera is flying around a little much for my liking. But hey, i’m into zombies…
What I’m really into is how they’re releasing a lot of material to drum up interest. So it’s intriguing from a business pov.
I’ll definitely check it out!
SINGAPORE — Beneath the seabed west of Singapore, hundreds of laborers are working around the clock to carve out a network of tunnels and caverns that will eventually provide an enormous, secure storage space for oil… <read the full story here> @ <http://www.nytimes.com/>
You think they’ll let us shoot in there before they fill it up with oil? I’m so gonna ask!
Besides Korea’s well known cell phone, semi-conductor and shipbuilding industries, Korean film has also become globally renowned. The industry went through rapid growth in various areas over the last decade and achieved significant developments in its quantity.
The creative stories and dynamic images featured in Korean films have gained the world’s attention. Several films were shown to wide acclaim in major film festivals across the globe catching the eyes of both film professionals and the world audience. Therefore, Korea is becoming the first country film professionals look to when searching for new talent… <read the full story here> @ <http://www.biztechreport.com/>
We have some great connections in Korea and are actively sourcing work there. Very interesting and creative country that we would love to do business in!
This is film geeky, but I’m totally into the Criterion Collection and movie posters… so pretty much heaven of an image library! This stuff is amazing inspiration, such different takes on all the stories. You can still feel the movies tone, but the artist(s) take and style comes through so strong. <See all the kick ass images here>