Giant Gummy Bears

Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg Reader Find

By Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 19 May 2011

I’ve been expecting one of these dudes to show up on my porch at some point. I just wanna know if they’re alive or not.

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VHS Dream Factory

Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg Reader Find

By Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg in New Music on Thursday 19 May 2011

This is a collaboration between a couple of buds of ours — Julian Labat (bassist in our band BOBBY) on sounds and Sally Richardson on video. These guys were mapping the VHS/Synthesizer trajectory long before I or most people had any foresight of the current trend. If pixels were edible, I’d sink my teeth into […]

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Jazner: a tasteful music blog by Julian Schoen

Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg Reader Find

By Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg in Cool Websites on Thursday 19 May 2011

In the relatively short amount of time I have spent browsing the .0000001% of the music blogs floating around, I’ve often (not always) found myself feeling that, one, I miss writers when I’m cornered into digesting five-worded, genre-filled prefaces to an artist I’ve not yet heard and, two, that I must be moving on anyway […]

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Bill Shannon dances brilliantly on crutches

Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg Reader Find

By Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg in Video on Wednesday 18 May 2011

Bill Shannon, aka Crutch Master, is a guy that makes you question the term ‘handicap’. After witnessing a few dance videos he made some years ago, I was astounded to see someone on crutches dominate the earth beneath his feet with such grace, fluidity, and creativity. A master of physicality and a truly rare breed […]

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Colour photography from Russia in the early 1900s

Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg Reader Find

By Molly Sarle and Tom Greenberg in New Photography on Wednesday 18 May 2011

There isn’t much to be said about these photos, they speak for themselves. I find myself revisiting them every other week or so just to be reminded of their brilliance. The photographer, Prokudin-Gorskii, developed an insanely ingenious technique that was worlds ahead of its time. Here’s a pretty detailed description of the RGB process.

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