Adrian Celantro made this in 1972 as his interpretation of what English sounds like to Italians. Quite frankly, I think we sound OL RAIGHT! Check out the amazing dance scene and the creative use of mirrors.
At the moment between freelance jobs, I’m working on a book with Glasfurd and Walker that’s based on the idea of collaboration and cross-pollination between illustration, typography and graphic design. It’ll be released in 2012.
Sara Carlson’s white hot dance stylings performed on Italian variety show Al Paradise back in the ‘80s. Behold! Dance moves you never imagined possible. It’s like Eurovision on crack.
A few years ago, I happened upon a documentary about a fascinating subject I wasn’t aware existed: people that are in love with inanimate objects. Married to the Effiel Tower follows two women. Erika Eiffel is a former Olympic archer who has a relationship with her bow, and as the title suggests, the Effiel tower. [...]
The Aurora Borealis is awesome, and I can imagine this would be the ultimate way to see it. In Kakslauttanen, Finland, you can stay in the glass igloo village and have a full view of the incredible Northern Lights. ‘The Aurora Borealis? At this time of year? At this time of day? In this part of the country? Localized entirely within your kitchen?!’ BYO steamed hams.