Ruby is an animated self-portrait by British artist Emma Allen. It explores the idea of rebirth and illustrates the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. Allen painted this stop frame animation on herself over five 17-hour days, using face paints, a mirror and a camera.
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Ridley Scott’s 1982 dystopian masterpiece re- envisioned as a 16-bit video game à la the SNES classic Shadowrun.
The Videographers Guide is a documentary series produced by The New Pop in partnership with HypeBeast.The series chronicles the efforts of young filmmakers to establish themselves, while also weaving in advice and insights gleaned from interviews with seasoned professionals.
Photographer Richard Mosse reveals the stories behind the making of his latest film, ‘The Enclave’ (2013), shot in the Democratic Republic of Congo using a discontinued 16mm infrared film.
Hip Hop legends Pete Rock & CL Smooth detail how their classic 1992 single “T.R.O.Y.” came to fruition.
Li Hongbo is an artist in Beijing who creates statues made of thousands of stacked sheets of paper.
The Videographers Guide is a documentary series and collector’s edition handbook by Trevor “Trevz” Bayack.
“Beyond” is an exclusive documentary by Cale Glendening set in Varanasi, India. The film follows photographer Joey L. and his assistant Ryan as they complete their latest photo series “Holy Men.”
Voice of Art (VOA) is a documentary series that showcases political and socially conscious artists around different issues, events and activities. VOA’s latest episode highlights Oakland-based graffiti artist GATS (Graffiti Against The System).
Ai Weiwei is China’s most famous international artist and also one of its most notorious dissidents. Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry chronicles Weiwei’s struggle for human rights within his country and his use of art and social media to rally global audiences to his cause.
“9 year old Caine Monroy, who built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto parts store, is about to have the best day of his life.”
This film made our day.