This is a fascinating and touching glimpse into the ongoing art installation of Austin, Texas resident Vince Hannemann (aka the Junk King) who since 1989 has been collecting thousands of discarded objects and turning them into a giant cathedral of junk. In 2010 the city closed the structure claiming it was unsafe and demanded Hannemann obtain proper building permits for his “auxiliary structure”. He was then forced to remove nearly 60 tons of materials before finally obtaining the approval from an engineer. Over seven months hundreds of volunteers stopped by to lend a hand and the cathedral has begun expanding once again. Shot and edited by Evan Burns. Last photo by Blake Gordon. (via vimeo)
Soon every home will have a robot helper.
It’s perfectly safe.
An extremely creative animation.
Celebrating 40 years of Pentagram beautifully done.
Ask yourself. What would you do with your life if money was no object? An amazing lecture from the late Alan Watts.
Once again, Julia Pott stuns with a beautiful yet bleak short film “The Event”. Commissioned by Random Acts and based on a poem by Tom Chivers. It premiered last night on Channel 4. For those of us across the pond she posted it on her site and her tumblr, which you should definitely check out.
Amazing type and animation…
The Greetings Project is a short film which tells a poem, and shown through a series of postcards. It is meant to be taken light-heartedly an if anything, hopefully it will add a little pep in your step. Enjoy!
A quick edit i created of a little get away to Portugal…
A nice little film about Fratton and the community that live there.
Quote from strong island media. “We were commissioned by The Fratton Big Local project to create a short film that shows a day in the life of the people, businesses and community of the Portsmouth district of Fratton.”