I’ve spent all morning watching RED Camera’s and The Berrics’s collaboration video series “REDirect” which celebrates skateboard film-making. My favorite, which I’ve collected stills from above, is called “form" and it was directed by Colin Kennedy and I think he created something very beautiful and powerful. I’ve mentioned in other skateboard video posts how skateboard films have really become a form of art and this video is a perfect example of that. Watch it below:
Recently in Berlin, Germany Thinkspace Gallery in association with Project M/4 and Urban Nation opened the show “LAX/TXL" (Supersonic’s coverage). The show featured over 60 of the top New Contemporary artists from around the world and the awesome video above documents preparations for the show and opening night. Check it out!
Banksy’s tongue-in-cheek Webby Awards Video, profiling his month long “residency” in New York City. You can read my coverage of the exciting last day, “Thieves, Cops and Chaos: Banksy’s Last Day in New York City.”
Check out this incredible looking 3D Pen, LIX. It’s currently the smallest 3D printing pen in the world. You can check out a video of the pen in action below:
I’ve been keeping up with Ian Ruhter on Supersonic since he first emailed me a few years ago with the video “Silver & Light" documenting his story of giving it all up to become a photographer and initially failing at that dream. But instead of giving up Ian stepped beyond that failure and continued to pursue his goals. The site of that first failure for Ian was at Yosemite and this is a short film that documents Ian’s first return to photograph it.
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