I truly love concepts like this one: Leaving books, you don’t want anymore, for others to take. Don’t letting them just stand there at home for no use. But passing it one – for free.
And this installation is even made in a super creative wooden design.
I want an “Exchange Place” like this in my hood!
Such a cool and creative video!
This animation is a school project by Takuya Okada, Takahiro Miyauchi, Naoki Izutsu, and Temari Kondo. It’s kinda weird and spooky. Watch for yourself!
This is a must-see. It really make you think.
It show the man and his relationship to the natural world.
Music: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg.
After a 101 year old woman offered to sit for a nude portrait session with photographer Anastasia Pottinger, Pottinger conceived of a project called Centenarians, through which she is photographing models who are at least 100 years old.
“This body of work was born out of the opportunity I had to photograph a 101 year old woman who volunteered, on her own accord, to model nude for me. It was merely an exercise in documenting her form in a beautiful way. My only instructions from her were to make sure she was not identifiable in the images. She was willing to do anything I asked of her.
When I later reviewed the images on my computer, I knew I was looking at something very special. It was when I began exhibiting the work that the idea to continue the series was born. The response to the images has been remarkable. Viewers are visibly moved by what they are looking at. Whether it’s wondering, “is this what I’m going to look like?” or remembering a loved one – the response seems to be universally emotional on some level.
The first question I get from everyone seems to be, “How did you get these models?” The first one came to me. The others have certainly been more difficult, although all of them have come to me through a known resource like a granddaughter or family friend”, Anastasia Pottinger says.
The first big screen swear word in cinema history was in 1939 – in “Gone With The Wind”. From 1939 to 1963 an average movie had 5-6 swear words… but then came the sexual revolution! In 2013 “The Wolf of Wall Street” broke every swearing record…
Watch how this poor family gets shot with 3,192 paintballs in 5.3 seconds to prove a powerful point: That every word has an impact.
Great and creative video! And the song is good too.
Music video of Ulrich Forman performing “I Got You”.
Directed by Garnier / Le Gallo
Cinematography by Roger Saroyan
Produced by Au Revoir Ma Belle
Editing & Post Production by JL Pivert & Sofia Forman