They will be touring Australia beginning 2010 as a part of Pyramid Rock Festival as well as Days Like This.
Interesting fellas from Canada. Great remix! MYSPACE
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One of my impulse buys from Black Friday. I love Jeremyville because it is a very distinguishable style and some of his previous toy designs were excellent. He also has numerous collaborations and in his sessions book he details them all with artists from around the world. Quite a feat!
The dunny also came with a carrot, a comic book and an awesomely designed box. It's currently sitting on top of my monitor.
Went to the ABC costume resource centre, where common people like you and me can hire costumes. I do not object to my tax dollars going to this.
It was really cute watching a lot of fathers bringing in their kids to get them costumes for their school plays.
Admittedly most of these photos make little reference to how cool the centre was (which it is!) but I really had to show what the mannequins there were like...
I must be the only guy who thinks this ad positioned the brand really well.
It was a brilliant 61 seconds.
Now I need a pair of Wranglers.
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Mimozine, the media division of Mimobot (Mimoco), covered this interesting event celebrating the 35th anniversary of Hello Kitty (Three Apples). There was a red carpet, with the chief designer present,Yuko Yamaguchi and artist collaborator Simone Legno (tokidoki).
Some of the concepts featured was fascinating, especially the artist renditions of Hello Kitty. I'm not a huge fan of Hello Kitty itself, but I love mashups!
Was listening to old mixtapes/ sets and was reacquainted with this beautiful number. Lovers of ambient drone, click on! And watch out for the harmonica part.
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Before SOS (Shorts on Screen), SBS's Saturday night short film digest was called 'Eat Carpet' and was ... much better curated. But that's besides the point. A 16 minute sci-fi was featured on it one unsuspecting night called The Magic Portal and what made it so neat was that it was made of Lego.
This is the one of the most brilliant Lego stop motion animations ever made, and arguably the first. It was made by Lindsay Fleay, a guy based in Perth and you can find more information about him here.
"The Magic Portal is a short stop motion film that uses LEGO®, plasticene, cardboard and pixellated live action, made between the years of 1985 and 1989 on good ol' fashioned 16mm film. The story concerns the strange fate of a LEGO astronaut called L, who discovers the Magic Portal on board his giant spaceship. The Portal takes him to a strange and surreal LEGO world where he has a close encounter with a Monster and barely escapes with his life. His report to Captain Paranoia only gets him to trouble and his friend and shipmate P, doesn't believe him. However, the Portal has a mind of its own, and reappears to upset the cosy world of the giant spaceship and its crew to reveal weirder worlds more peculiar than the last..."