Director Kahlil Joseph creates an epic short for Kenzo's SS17 collection — Music is my Mistress.
A little eye candy — the latest self-directed clip from MIA.
Design Army brings Wes Anderson realness to “The Eye Ball”, the second chapter of Georgetown Optician's story.
Crisp, golden, and a little creepy.
Another amazing work by Romain Gavras.
Each year, Re work with Griffin Theatre – one of Sydney’s oldest theatre companies – to support their end of financial year donations push. And with arts funding thinning, the 2016 campaign is more important than ever. ‘Intimacy’ is a short film Re created in collaboration with Jack Naylor of Particle Films. It’s a confronting and compelling piece that explores what intimacy means in its many forms. With a script by standout Australian playwright Suzie Miller and a cast of exceptional Griffin talent – the film encapsulates the very intimate experience of Griffin Theatre.
I'm very proud to have been apart of the project but more importantly to have donated to Griffin. Be sure to visit this page and support this great Australian gem!
Released by Apple UK the piece is simple, and en point.
Shot on location in Crans-Montana Switzerland, Nicolas Vuignier's PBK1 is a monochromatic wonder.
Directed by Dusan Reljin and Hilde Pettersen Reljin, the latest Massive Attack video for “Ritual Spirit” is beautifully simple. Capturing Kate Moss dancing in the dark.
Directed by Melina Matsoukas Beyoncé's latest tune will have you craving some southern hospitality and lots of hot sauce.
With the navigation finally in english and the top down we weaved through the Berlin's morning traffic en route to Dessau. Leaving the buzzing city behind us we opted to take the winding, tree-lined route to our final destination. Arriving in Dessau we headed straight to the Bauhaus, making that bucket list even shorter.
Berlin enticed and intrigued at every opportunity. From contemporary monuments to grand notions of a dark past, every vignette highlighted a beautiful city of contrast.
As the anticipation of the long-sheehan wedding built we explored beautiful Ireland. Traveling around the lusciously green country we darted across the land in our small, gutless hire car and absorbed the Irish beauty. Heading from Dublin to Galway and down to the Cliffs of Moher before celebrating in Dundalk and returning to explore the capital.
If an early start, 4 hours on a bus and 30 mins in a car weren’t enough to break our spirits, the Dismaland crew certainly were. The team of sour-faced staff at Banksy’s curated art project in Weston-super-Mare were the perfect aggravating accompaniment to some fantastic pieces.