Category Archives: Photography

Tomorrowland 2013 Hyperlapse

Have a look at TomorrowWorld 2013 through the eyes of a hyperlapse photographer.
For the second year in a row, Matthew Vandeputte captured 2013’s Tomorrowland for Epic Cinema through motion timelapse photography.

This is a compilation of my finest shots.I took over 13000 photos in the 4 days I was working there and spent countless hours stabilising the footage in post-production.

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Everybody Street

NYC Street Photography Documentary

The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists.

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Filmmaker Chelsea McMullan’s documents the surreal myths surrounding Federico Fellini’s unmade film ll Viaggio di G. Mastorna Detto Fernet, which became a graphic novel instead, just before Fellini’s death in 1993. The short explains Fellini’s journey with this piece, as told by his long time collaborator and illustrator for ll Viaggio di G. Mastorna, Milo Manera. Continue reading Deragliamenti

Middles, Centers, Spiders, & Inserts: 45 Adapters from the Collection of Jules Gayton

Miss Lily‘s Variety recently published Middles, Centers, Spiders, & Inserts: 45 Adapters from the Collection of Jules Gayton, cataloging the Downtown New York City DJ’s collection of 7″, 45 rpm adapters. What started as a shoebox collection eventually became an amassment of near-extinct artifacts of vinyl history. As vinyl was transitioning out and CDS on their way in, Jules Gayton kept collecting these inserts while deejaying throughout NYC’s bar and club scene. Gayton described the object as “a simple round piece of metal that snapped together. They all did the same thing. They enabled the music to be played and enjoyed.” The book was printed in a limited edition of 1000, containing images of Gayton’s most prized adapters as well as a personal essay from the DJ himself. To commemorate the release, Gayton and Miss Lily have also teamed up with fashion line Stussy, producing a limited edition run of shirts featuring artwork from the book. More images after the jump.
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Traditional Tattoo in Japan: HORIKAZU

As one of the oldest forms of body decoration and religious art, tattooing plays a significant role in cultures all over the world. While the custom has been extensively documented, few published works present such detail as Traditional Tattoo in Japan: Horikazu is the recently released title from Edition Reuss doing just that.

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Flick Picks: PressPausePlay [full movie]

The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era.

The documentary was directed by David Dworsky and Victor Köhler. Check out full documentary below.
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