Home is a documentary film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand featuring breathtaking imagery of our diverse planet. From the jungles of africa to the hustle of NewYork, Home captures 120 locations over 54 countries and gives you goosebumps the entire 1 hour and 33 mins. It’s been screening around the world and you should be able to catch it in your local theater. If you can’t the full film can be seen on youTube. Enjoy!
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The first short film by renowned photographer and body boarder Micky Smith. The images throughout the film are so stunning. You feel the power of the ocean which attributes to the toughness of Micky’s job. Shot around England with Allan Wilson from Astray Collective. Discovery or National Geographic need to pick these guys up. Wow!
One of our favorite art gods, Chuck Close, is an American painter and photographer who achieved fame as aÂ photorealist through his massive-scale portraits. Seeing his work in person is staggering as most of them are over 8 feet tall. The hyper-photorealistic effect was created by working using a grid system, painting one square of the original photo at a time instead of the traditional free hand method. The super-realism along with every day nature of the subject matter produced stunning work. In 1988 he suffered a spine breakdown that left him severely paralysed. This didn’t stop his creativity as he evolved his style to include more color and working within a larger grid system producing photo mosaic effects. If you are ever in NYC stop by the MOMA to see some of his work. Take a look at some of the crazy details after the jump…
This is so dope, I want to go to choir class at Public School 22, they even have a blog with celebrity endorsements! The kids are so into it. Phoenix are coming to Montreal October 21st, get your tix!