Tag Archive for ‘memes & transmissions’
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From Alexander McQueen’s fashion collection “Plato’s Atlantis.”
“Piles of obsolete encyclopedias return to that which does not need to say anything, that which simply IS.”
“Human trials could begin within two to three years of tissue taken from specially bred pigs to help the millions of sufferers from diabetes, brain diseases and blindness.”
What would be more appropriate in the one-and-twenty than to microwave some war propaganda leftovers and feed our fears over social networks!
About Cyberpunk avatars, William Gibson, & Japanese Idoru who are more alive than ever.
Three well executed book-cuts from the Czech Republic plus a German letter-cut with a pedestrian copy like you wouldn’t believe.
What if Mr. Potato Head lived in alternative universes? See Steampunk Mr. Potato Head and Warhammer 40K Mr. Potato Head blaze away!
The dogged meme that “life” writes the best stories, and the best tales are told from “experience,” originates in a confusion of what tales or stories are.
Mashing-up paper, text, moving images, and the voice of the narrator, a commercial featuring Maurice Gee takes book-cut storytelling to a whole different level.
Both Robocop and T2:Judgment Day are terrific movies I’ve watched a kazillion times. But Aliens, for me that’s in a whole different ballpark.
Steve Schofield’s photo series “Land of the Free” about American popular fandom culture in the UK: fanboys and fangirls pictured in their natural environment.
There’s no medium in which it would be impossible to tell a story, but sometimes it might be just too difficult. Or could emoticons become a native language?
Make your own voice track to to narrate the visual story in music clips instead of the original lyrics.