In the play section, we feature a video of the first 10 minutes of a show we did for fun last October. Since there isn’t any comprehensive document of the show beyond that 10 minute mark, I thought it’d be a good idea to upload a render of the projection mapped show. Enjoy!
Valentine’s Day is a corporate, soul-sucking, empty holiday made so you can drop cold hard cash into sugar items and stuff that grows from the ground that will eventually wither and die. But OMG I secretly do enjoy the holiday! Here is a quick little animation that myself along with fellow associate Bao made for you all. HAVE A GOOD ONE PEOPLE!
I say THANK GOD for name tags…..
….also pizza, boxed red wine mixed with cola, and a studio filled to the brim with other artists. Collaboration Project hosted their second in a series of monthly Collab events at their location at The Brewery Complex in downtown LA. It succeeded as an opportunity for artists to come together and find jobs, potential collaborators, and even gallery space. Bouncing around between the small groups that had formed, I found myself in conversations with everyone from a figure model to a set designer, a musician with a passion for synthesizers, to a soda promotor/filmmaker. Highlight of the night was a premier of a trailer for an upcoming documentary film on masturbation titled: Sticky. That night’s crowd was really into it.
That pizza was pretty good.
Roy Chung and Ryan Chung directed this nontraditional corporate video for Skechers. The theme they wanted to unveil was “Reach Higher” so the Brothers Chung submitted a treatment that told the story of a rugged mountain climber who overcomes chasms and slippery slopes to get to his goal at the summit. Stunt coordinator Tom McComas was tapped for the role of the mountain climber.
The Jay-Z show has many moving pieces. Here”s a glimpse of us working behind the scenes.
In preparation for the release of Marvel vs Capcom 3, POSSIBLE was recently invited to a Capcom event hosted by our friends at Iam8bit. The event, part of a series called Hollywood Fight Club, featured the latest 30 character builds of the game. People from the public were able to try out the game against each other. Featuring several stations, the event was packed with people eagerly waiting in long lines to prove their might against their fellow players.
Here’s a little snippet of the Deadmau5 intro from rehearsal. The final version features Chailey and Meowingtons, but this version is pretty good too.
Pretty much the best way to start a concert… ever?
I”d drive a swanky car if I could.
Specifically the 1969 Fiat 124 Sport Spider I researched and obsessed over after Saturday night”s screening of Que la Bête Meure (1969) at the LACMA in West Hollywood. French New Wave Director Claude Chabrol”s thriller set on the French coast of Brittany was a feast for the car-lover as well as the usual moderately pretentious European film-goer. (Aye…no huffs. I”m including myself in that one.) It pays to know that the Mustang is an American car, because it”s not coincidence that the 1966 black Mustang is driven by the villain. The car becomes a symbol of reckless violence and arrogance, while the protagonist”s Fiat is a symbol of restrained intensity and dutiful elegance. It is most definitely white. White knight, white car.
How did I find out the make of these beauties? IMCDb.org is the Internet Movie Cars Database. Take heed: it”s baller.
It’s interesting walking alone down Hollywood Blvd. on a Sunday night.
Parking much farther down the neon-lit street from my destination than I thought, I was forced to walk 5 blocks past the multiple smoke shops, sex toy boutiques, and the quaint “Oz of Hollywood Tattoo” on the way to the Egyptian theatre. The frequent wet spots on the uneven pavement sidewalk hinted at packed bars with long lines to the bathroom and a largely male crowd. I walked quickly and resisted responding to the comments about blondes and my killer high-tops.
I’m just a nerd who wanted to watch some old movies.