In middle school, lunchtime meant eating lunch and listening to sometimes cheesy but great classic tracks on hot97. heres one by the force MD's.
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If any of you happen to be in Philly this weekend I recommend checking this out. Alex Lukas is one of my favorite contemporary artist. His work ethic, creativity and intelligence is exceptional. He currently works at Space1026 in Philly and was recently interviewed by Fecal Face (interview link) I highly recommend checking him out and especially checking out this talk. Also if you see Alex make sure to give him a Dr. Pepper (tell him it was from me).
Bill McRight and Alex Lukas will be giving a free and informative talk about the methods of print making we use, amongst other topics, tomorrow at 2pm at The Print Center.
BILL McRIGHT and ALEX LUKAS Talk
Saturday, April 19th, 2pm.
The Print Center
1614 Latimer Street
http://www. printcenter. org/
Thursday, April 17, 2008
disregard the dated techno music..koji morimoto..who gained notoriety as a lead animator on Akira has since then made many music videos for overseas artists. Prior to Gorillaz, Daft Punk or Kanye and ugh.. Britney Spears...Koji trail blazed with a very unique character style and dynamic camera movement.
here is a french advert collaboration between Koji Morimoto and Michael Arias (Director of Tekkonkinkreet)
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Aitor Throup - Future Musicians of New Orleans from kwest on Vimeo.
GRADUATION ALBUM LISTENING EXPERIENCE VIDEOS PT.2 - AKIRA CUT TO STRONGER from kwest on Vimeo.
GOOD MORNING 2001 from kwest on Vimeo.
from kanye west vimeo account. the first titled "Future Musicians of New Orleans by Aitor Throup Design the second video was edited by Derrick Lee (the editor of Flashing Lights) for the release party of the album using scenes from katsuhiro otomo's akira. the third is an edit of "Good Morning" paired with footage from Stanley Kubricks 2001 Space Odyssey.