Wimbledon Perfectionists

A great combination of animation and story telling we have added photos below if you’re wondering what his car looks like…Beautiful.

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The short chronicles Zoltanski’s heritage as the trophy engraver at the Championships, a position he has held since 1979. Each year he travels from his home in Poland to perform his crucial role, travelling in his 55 year-old MG. For those curious, after watching the film, to know what he and his car look like in real life, these photos reveal.  -  CR-Blog

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IPPA Awards

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The IPPA Awards always seem to produce some amazing entries. I guess now that people always have there iPhone handy you never have those moments of  “Crap, i wish i had my camera!”.  Also with the breakthrough iPhone 5′ lens and panoramic HD settings; the sharpness of the shots look as though they have been taken with professional equipment.

See the IPPA Entries and Previous Winners

From a smiling fox to icy plains, the winners of the iPhone Photography Awards 2014 have been announced across seventeen categories (and not an annoying pouty selfie in sight)…

IPPAWARDS is the longest running iPhone photography competition, taking place annually since 2007, and is open internationally to submissions taken with an iPhone, iPod or iPad. Images cannot be altered in Photoshop or any desktop image-processing program, but the use of iPhone/iPhone photo apps is permitted, whilst originals may be required for verification.  Creative Review

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Horse Bicycles

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Hand built steeds! We came across this whilst doing some research for a project. It’s one of those places that you wish were down the road; so you could wander down and watch the creation.

GET TO WORK from Horse Cycles on Vimeo.

Horse Cycles is a small one-man custom bike shop tucked away in the streets of Brooklyn, NY. Each frame is made with love and care, innovation and inspiration and is 100% unique. The bicycles are made to fulfill each individuals needs by considering who you are, and where you ride. Horse’s goal is to make precision bicycles one at a time using the best possible materials while working in concert with the customer to improve their riding experience. Horse offers a small alternative to a massive production based industry by paying attention to the individual to create something that is made locally, by hand, and with no limitations.

†Thomas Callahan   \   www.horsecycles.com


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Sorayama – Sexy Robots

Guest Artist Series: Stussy x Sorayama from Stussy on Vimeo.

Just un-real.

Hajime Sorayama (1947-) graduated from Chubi Central Art School in Tokyo in 1969 and first spent some time working with an advertising company.

Since 1972 when he became freelance, he has been a legendary artist armed with astounding realistic metallicity techniques. His works of female images, robots and eroticism are well known both inside and outside of Japan. This reputation was initially established in 1978 with the work series entitled “Sexy Robot”, which shocked people throughout the world for his artful depictions of sensual metallic qualities and reflected light.

In 1999, he won both the Good Design Grand Prize from the Ministry of Trade and Industry, and the Media Arts Festival Grand Prize from the Agency from Cultural Affairs for his work with Sony on the concept design for their entertainment robot, AIBO.

In 2001, Sorayama received another prize for this invention from the Asahi newspaper. In this same year the 1st generation AIBO was added to the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute and the Museum of Modern Art.

As if that weren’t enough, the internationally famous rock band Aerosmith collaborated with Sorayama on the artwork for the cover of their 2001 album, Just Push Play.

He also collaborated with Hollywood movies such as “Brain Dead” (1992), “Timecop” (1994) and “Space Trucker” (1995). His recent exhibition includes: AISHONANZUKA, Hong Kong (2013), Gering and Lopez Gallery, NY (2012), NANZUKA UNDERGROUND, Tokyo (2010), and Bape Gallery, Tokyo (2002).

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A Tribute to Discomfort

A Tribute to Discomfort: Cory Richards from Blue Chalk on Vimeo.

An amazing collection of photographs and stories. Cory puts himself in the most extreme conditions which he is then able to translate through his photography.

Blue Chalk worked with National Geographic Photographer and North Face athlete Cory Richards to create a promotional piece to demonstrate the scope of his work and the passion and athleticism that accompanies him in the field.

A Tribute to Discomfort brings the viewer through Cory’s stunning work, his unique sense of humor, and his quest to create photographs that relate a common humanity.

Created by Blue Chalk Media http://bluechalk.com

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Threesome from boris hoppek on Vimeo.

You have to know in barcelona it is difficult to paint nowadays on the streets.
the fines are very high, starting with 350e and going up rapidly to thousands and ten thousands…
anyway we made a clear signal that we don’t feel that we do wrong by parking the car in front of the wall, having all the stuff on the street and playing music, all the day.

Rimon Guimarães  -  music: roger webb