In addition to having an almost unforgivably cool-sounding name, this video pretty much made my day thanks to its combination of art and old military aircraft. Beautiful stuff. Also, the Black Keys. Via jeffstaple.
While he was here in LA, Eddie Zammit showed me this video by Australian-born, NY-based artist Ian Strange, A.K.A. Kid Zoom. It’s a lot of fun, and it features work from his art installation on Cockatoo Island, in Sydney. As part of the exhibit, he recreated his childhood home, and committed all sorts of acts of violence on three Holden Commodores…[Read More]
Here’s a nice video interview with talented Japanese artist Usugrow, who I’ve been a big fan of. You might recall he’s worked with both Upper Playground and The Hundreds. Art video link action via jeffstaple.
I couldn’t not repost this video recap of JR’s recent-ish work in LA, could I? Via Arrested Motion.
Lookin4Galt is what happens when some funny Frenchmen, called Gasface, go to NYC on a mission to find composer/producer Galt McDermot. Via Egotripland.
Hope you had a good weekend. It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day so it seems like an appropriate time to post this documentary on the civil rights movement. It was shown on PBS in 1987. There are 14 episodes in all, this is the first. Hit the Youtube logo to see the rest.