Incredible colour footage of 1920s London shot by an early British pioneer of film named Claude Frisse-Greene, who made a series of travelogues using the colour process his father William - a noted cinematographer - was experimenting with. It's like a beautifully dusty old postcard you'd find in a junk store, but moving. Music by Jonquil and Yann Tiersen.
Man's outer layer is designed to withstand reasonable wear and tear. However, standard cleaning products may dry out man's outer layer. The solution is Dove Men+Care shower gel, which cleans and protects man from dryness.
A campaign designed to invade borders. There are 29000 rhinos left in the world. South Africa is home to 75% of them.
Their horns sell on the black market for more than $60000 per kilogram, to be ground and used as a hypothetical cure for cancer or a vitality tonic for the wealthy.
South Africa faces a massive challenge, an almost impossible one, in protecting one of our national symbols, one of our big five.
Despite abundant petitions and awareness campaigns, the numbers of our rhinos killed continue to soar. We needed to find a way to talk directly to those responsible for creating the demand and show them what they were doing.
So we reinvented age-old postage stamps and turned them into our new medium.
But they aren’t ordinary stamps. The usual breathtaking imagery of our animals has been replaced by the carnage that poachers leave behind. Each stamp includes a message in Chinese, Vietnamese or Thai reading: “say no to rhino horn.”
Letters with our stamps on them, will not only be sent straight to the perpetrators, but will also speak directly to them.
We created a way to take the fight out of our vast bushveld and put it in the hands of those who are ultimately responsible.
We then used our stamps to create posters that will be put up countrywide, rallying the South Africa public to attach one to all letters leaving our shores for China, Vietnam or Thailand. We have also created stamp booklets that will handed out used as inserts and direct mailers, making sure that each and every stamp sent becomes a direct mailer from us to them.
We hope this campaign will start a serious conversation and will continue to do so during it’s roll out and so that we’ll see less of our rhinos being killed. The only way to end the slaughter is to end the demand.
Adam Livesey - Executive Creative Director
Matthew Brink - Executive Creative Director
Shane Forbes - Art Director
Charles Pantland - Copywriter
Kerry Moralee - Designer
Over twenty years ago, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs, philosophers, and free-thinkers put their minds and resources together to create a singular and lasting testament to an unfashionable notion: science and exploration, having become hyper-specialized and incremental, needed a return to big ideas and leaps of faith. They wanted to explore what few were discussing at the time. Things like climate change. Space colonization. And they were going to explore these ideas in a three-acre geodesic living laboratory called Biosphere 2 that mimicked the biomes of the earth. Between 1987 and 1991, they built it from scratch, a veritable ark in the American desert. Eight people sealed themselves inside for two years, harvesting all their food, producing most of their oxygen, and recycling all of their waste. It was a remarkable experiment. And yet the one variable they did not account for was perhaps the most obvious: themselves. Personal and professional infighting, a catastrophic lack of concerted PR, and existential confusion all played a part in writing what is ultimately a tragic tale. Sally Silverstone was the project’s farm manager and crew co-captain during the inaugural – and only full-term – mission. Linda Leigh was the terrestrial wilderness manager. This is both their story, and the story of what Biosphere 2 means for a world where climate change and one-way missions to Mars are no longer newspaper novelties. This is a small movie about a big idea, and two women who helped, and are still helping, to keep it alive.
Directed & Edited by Richard Parks
Produced by Brady Welch
Director of Photography: Donavan Sell
Music by William Ryan Fritch
Line Producer: Michael MacDonald
Sally Silverstone interview crew: Keith Pikus & Bennett Barbakow
Motion Graphics by LukeGraves
Coloring by Chris Donlon
Archival Courtesy of Linda Leigh
Special Thanks to Terri Timely and the University of Arizona
Directing & Editing: Asaf Avidan
Cinematography: Ori Bahat
Design & Animation by Alteroy
Producer: Adi Mahalu
Mask by Tomer Rubens
Written & Composed by - Asaf Avidan
Produced By - Tamir Muskat
Arranged by - Asaf Avidan & Tamir Muskat
Recorded & Mixed by - Tamir Muskat
Mastered By Vlado Meler @ Masterdisk NYC, Assisted by Mark Santagelo
Vocals - Asaf Avidan
All Instruments - Asaf Avidan & Tamir Muskat
After the great success of “This is” a serie of short movie portraying Icon of counter culture like Trevor “Trouble” Andrew, Andrew Reynolds, Ozzie Wright, Dylan Rieder, Peter Line, Alex Knost ; Desillusion Magazine is proud to present THIS IS ERIC KOSTON, a dedication to one of their most influential inspirations in the board culture scene.
We're excited to announce an art directed series of videos entitled "The Uncommon", which will bring to life the DNA of the Stance brand when it comes to creating a Bond of Boldness and commitment to originality. We're proud to present the first installment, The Contortionist.
Levi's® Made and Crafted's™ Design Director, Miles Johnson, introduces the Spring Summer 2013 collection and talks about the Brand's obsession with materials, fabrics, construction, details, fit and this seasons inspiration.
A look at the collaborators behind Random Access Memories,
the new album from Daft Punk.
Episode 8: Paul Williams.