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Break The Silence molds projection mapping artistry, flawless skating and a solid back track from AllttA to craft one high end video edit. The aesthetics are high and the shots are smooth. Mathieu Renoult (Director) & Anthony Boudard (Skater) have created an exquisite piece that will leave you in awe. The projection...

While the rest of us mere humans wrestle with our creativity, Coolangatta’s Jay Jermyn wipes the floor clean with multiple mediums that he rides like one big artistic wave. Ever changing and shifting, much like the ocean tides under various moons, his work spans from fluid visual works of exploration to musical...

In our consumerist society, it is difficult to point out the definitive existence of value in ethical and sustainable practices that take place. We are forced into negative action through expectations and pressure of financially driven hierarchy to take the cheapest and often morally corrupt route in production. As...

Fluffys Third Eye is too funny. Anyone who is remotely spiritual knows of the third eye that is meant to exist in the middle of the forehead. The cat in this animation has all the answers on how to open the third eye. Watch as internal existence becomes external and the tripping starts to take place. Enjoy!

Shot on a late summer night in east London, Goodhood store’s latest skate edit To Those Who Wonder is a must see. The film utilizes glitter in a manner that plays more as a piece of performance art being recorded than a typical skate video incorporating the femininity of the skater.In 2007, partners Kyle Stewart and...

Jean Michel Basquiat’s activities have been chronicled in feature-length films, books, exhibitions and the stories and artwork of his dually iconic circle of friends. Nearly 30 years after the Brooklyn-born artist’s untimely death at 27 years old, his unconventional art and legacy will live on through this inaugural...

” All the plastic surgeries and liposuction’s done by some photographers for their clients seems to be a symptom of a very serious disease – not happiness with yourself! Regarding my work I try to do as little editing as possible. I never play with layers, filters and other stuff “ Photography is a huge part of your life,...

The Gallerist takes you on a journey through the Tenderloin District, one of San Francisco’s grittiest neighborhoods. From creatives to junkies this is the melting pot of San Frans eccentric and strange. Considering the current tech spiral that is being inflicted upon the city of San Francisco, one space Book and Job...

French Street artist JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not typical museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit. After he found a camera in the Paris subway, he did a...

“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.” Aaron Rose’s is probably the essence of Liam Pethick’s photographic work. Despite his young age, this Melbourne-based music photographer already owns disconcerting technics when it comes to managing lights and people’s emotion when shooting live. His...