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Youth Lagoon – Montana Music Video

Tyler T. Williams directs this cinematic epic for Youth Lagoon’s “Montana,” perhaps capturing a snippet from the life and mind of Youth Lagoon’s Trevor Powers. Says Powers: “My whole life I’ve dealt with extreme anxiety. Not anxiety about passing a test or somewhat normal things, but weird.. bizarre things. Things that only I know. I...Read...
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Low – “Try To Sleep” Music Video

I enjoy this video to no end, and it alone puts Low up 20,000 points in my book. For starters, IT HAS JOHN STAMOS!!!!!!, looking as fine as ever. The video itself is a throw-back to the days of black and white pictures. A romantic scene takes place between a couple as they’re driving in...Read...
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1900s, Ghastly And Ghostly With Herve Lewandowski

RMN has a collection of photography by Hervé Lewandowski entitled Album de photographies spirites : spectre et voiles. The black-and-white and sepia images from the 1900s are subtly haunting and feature multiple exposures of people in Victorian-era garb. If you’ll look closely, you’ll see many of the same recycled images in various degrees of focus....Read...
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Pigment Transfers By Hollis Brown Thornton.

I first saw Hollis Brown Thornton‘s work on Tumblr and was immediately enamored with it. Her pieces have the aesthetic of a good collage, but with a much more organic quality thanks to the inherent randomness of pigment transfers. Her acrylic paintings and ink drawings have the same kind of feel to them as well,...Read...
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Brandon McLean — Putting Names To Imaginary Faces.

Acknowledgements in books always tease readers with their vagueness, their references so useless and anonymous that one frequently skips over them — despite the obvious importance they hold to the book’s authors — without so much as a second glance. Hence why it’s so interesting that Brandon McLean chose to think critically about these names...Read...
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