Journal

  1. Red and The Berrics: “Urban Isolation”

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    A very clever short skate film directed by Russell Houghten, who brilliantly removes all of the Los Angeles traffic within the film.

     
  2. What if animals were round?

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    Loving these clips right now…

    rollinwild.com

     
  3. Digital Revolution, Barbican

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    I visited the new ‘Digital Revolution’ exhibition at the Barbican on Saturday, it is well worth a visit. You can interact with a three-dimensional laser light field, see the future of wearable tech or go back in time to play classic video games, something a bit different! It's around until 14th September.

    barbican.org.uk

     
  4. Paul Smith celebrates the Tour

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    By special invitation from the British Government, Paul Smith has designed three posters to mark the cultural importance of the Tour de France and its arrival in the UK. Download the posters here: paulsmith.co.uk

     
  5. Ok Go are back

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    Ok Go are back with another great video pushing optical illusion to the max. If only their music could match the visual creative.

    creativeboom.co.uk

     
  6. The Valley of Astonishment

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    I saw this last night. A fantastic, vibrant play exploring the wonders of the human mind, directed by Peter Brook at the Young Vic. I reccomend! On for 10 more days…

    youngvic.org

     
  7. Dennis Hopper – The Lost Album at the Royal Academy

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    Over 400 vintage prints of Dennis Hopper's photography are on display, including Paul Newman hanging out topless between sets. Martin Luther King, Jr. at arms’ length and Andy Warhol in the Factory. Dennis Hopper had an AAA pass to the biggest hits of the ’60s, and here, the original vintage prints Hopper first picked to display in 1970 are back and on display at the Royal Academy. The exhibition runs 26 June – 19 October.

    royalacademy.org.uk