Category Archives: toys

Antony Archer | Project 50

Really nice submission from Leeds based amateur Photographer, Antony Archer. Here’s a selection of his latest project – ‘Project 50’ (50 photos, 50 days, 50mm).

See the rest of the set, plus other work at his Flickr.

EL PATRON – The Pablo Escobar Story



Pablo Escobar was the world’s most notorious drug trafficker, amassing a reported fortune of $26 billion. This film follows the bloody route his cocaine took from South America into the USA.

This film was part of a multimedia graphic design project, with a book also produced. For more info please do not hesitate to contact me at

Created and produced by William Child
Animation and direction by William Child and Sam Aminzadeh
Character voices and narration by Kevin Parr

Twitter: @williamjchild

Copyright William Child 2012


Awesome little handmade animation piece, watch!

peoplegrapher: In the Woods with Amir Kabbani


Peoplegrapher proudly presents “In the woods”, a german bikeflick featuring professional mountainbiker Amir Kabbani. Inspired by the beauty of nature “In the Woods” combines high speed slowmotion with progressive mountainbiking. Filmed entirely at Amirs homespot in Boppard, Germany.

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filmed, edited and directed by Lukas Tielke
3D graphics by Joel Rieger /
One Shot
written and performed by Nicolas Epe
Lyrics & Vocals by Johnny Sherrit
Photos by:
Danie Roos /
Nils Wilbert


This is so awesomely shot…..JUST WATCH IT.

(best viewed in full size, click here)

Wolfenstein 3D – FREE browser based version released to mark 20th anniversary

Bethesda Softworks today released a free, browser-based version of the iconic first-person shooter, Wolfenstein 3D.


The game is also now free (for a limited time only) to download on iTunes for Apple’s Iphone, Ipod Touch, and Ipad devices.

You’re busy playing ‘COD’?
Bitch, go play this classic instead.

Maurice Sendak

We are very sad to hear the news American writer and illustrator, Maurice Sendak, passed away today (Tuesday May 8 2012), aged 83.

Sendak is best known for his acclaimed children’s book ‘Where The Wild Things Are’, among other works.

Considered one of the most influential illustrators of the 20th century, Sendak’s highly original and hauntingly beautiful imagery is imprinted in the mind of mine and many other children of the 1960’s and onwards.

Here’s a rare interview with Mr Sendak, by TATE.

The film adaptation of ‘Where The Wild Things Are’, which Sendak helped produce, was released in 2009 to critical acclaim.

Coupled with the news of the passing of Adam Yauch (MCA of The Beastie Boys) on Friday, we have lost two of our absolute biggest (admittedly very different!) influences in a matter of days.

Both leave behind timeless work in their medium.

Little snack?

Brilliant tiny Fimo sculptures, by Shay Aaron – good enough to eat!

The level of detail is insane, check out the bottom photo and think of the scale!

See more of his work on his Facebook page here.

Originally seen here.

Lego Imagine Ad Campaign – Minimalist Versions of Your Favorite Cartoon Characters

Full article at Highsnobiety.


Dirt Cheap Magazine are looking for more contributors, for a very exciting new ongoing project.

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Gabby & Gator TV Promo!

So Studio Distract, the 3d company I used to work for have just finished their latest project, Gabby & Gator! This is an adaptation from the childrens books.

Looks awesome!