White Pony: EPK


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This is from www.LikeCool.Com

By Sean Stiegemeier, he took one year to compile his first attempt at time-lapse photography, and ended up with this creation for the band Stomacher, and their untitled song.
"Shot over the past year while I was traveling. I had never really done any time-lapse before this, so it was fun to learn. Numerous locations include: Prague, Japan, Banff, Utah, Oregon, California, and more"

DACE Fall 2010, Video LookBook

This video is beautifully showcasing DACE's upcoming Fall collection with the colorful imagery of the talented André Paul Pinces.

Co-directed by: Andre Pinces and Ryan Rey

Music: 'Bulle' by Lili:


Life in Haiti by Leclerc Brothers

Shot on the Canon 5D MKII and Glidetrack shooter.

Really beautiful visually captivating video.  There is only one glimpse that shows this might have been shot post-earthquake, but it shows less of the city life and more of the rural areas of Haiti. 

The choice in music, not entirely of my liking, I rather that music in the context of a film placed in the Roman Empire or in the unfortunately canceled NBC series Kings, but not to represent Haiti.


Haute Wheels by Ari Marcopoulos

Photographer: Ari Marcopoulos

New York Times, September 2007


I always love editorials that mix the dynamics of skating with fashion.

Kehinde Wiley, 2010 Character Approved Awards

If you happen to watch any USAnetwork shows to definitely came across parts of this clip several times which consists of this blunt quote:

“F*ck the 15 minutes, I am going to give you a painting and I will make you live forever”

I really like what Kehinde Wiley is doing with his work and how it quotes historical sources to make powerful images.

via Wooster Collective

More USA Character Approved Honorees

Kehinde Wiley Portfolio/Site


Beirut: Postcards from Italy

A nice song and video to take us into the weekend, Enjoy!


More From the Band


Analogue Ellen

Photographer: Ellen Rogers

I love people who still use film, and i love even more when then experiment with new (or old) techniques in the dark room.