Fantastic viral ad for French fashion mag, Jalouse. Bam, hipster from the book store.
Great short from the The Avant/Garde Diaries series, with blogger Peter Henderson talking about The Barbican, one of my favourite places in London.
Two amazing Japanese TV ads from the ’90s starring the one and only James Brown.
A prime example of how some people can be and can act so uncool that they become a whole new definition of cool. Far from being his ‘sell out’ moment, the ever individual Brown embraces the act of selling just-add-water-instant-noodles so fully, and with such complete disregard for what the viewing public might think of a legend of his stature and credibility quite literately selling his soul, that he delivers a soul-selling-noodle-ad like only James Brown could, and that in itself is amazingly cool. Misoba!
Another great short film from Epoch films, directed by Martin De Thurah, this time commissioned by BLK DNM clothing brand for their Autumn 2011 collection. This time, The Conversation meets The Lives Of Others meets Three Days Of The Condor meets Rear Window, and pretty much includes everything I look for in a film, short or otherwise.
Loved this short film/ad for Agent Provocateur, ‘Fleurs du Mal’, by Epoch Films, directed by Justin Anderson. Think Scream meets David Lynch meets Stepford Wives meets an invasion of Sexbots all dressed in Agent Provocatueur’s raciest scanties. NSFW obviously.
Almost enough to make me want to buy a magazine again.