Archive for April, 2009


Thursday, April 30th, 2009

Dvein: F5 Titles from F5 on Vimeo. – click for an amazing body of work!

(via reform&revolution)

Is it summer yet?

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

It is 88 degrees, the sun is bright, and it smells fresh all around!

Summer Treats

-Listening to Jim Dale read the Harry Potter books on a 12 hour drive to Ohio

-Blasting dance music in the kitchen for all the neighbors to hear

-Wasting a lot of time laughing


firefly-Enjoy the warmth (digital painting by cyzeal)

-Discover funky new ideas


-exploring Philadelphia

…please add your own in a comment!

Shinichi Maruyama

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

-incredible photos of colliding ink and water.

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Shinichi Maruyama

(found via concrete and honey)

Abby Try Again

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

A pretty blog for you guys to check out. This Abby girl has many many many photographs to drool over.




California Guitar Trio

Sunday, April 12th, 2009


Have to get back to clean guitar goodness. Jon and Mark were playing some tunes on the guitar at work today, and I really liked when Jon played Classical Gas. After plugging in Classical gas to *Pandora (*see first blog post ever made on here!), I came across California Guitar Trio.


Tuesday, April 7th, 2009


The picture is deceiving. This is a 2 guy gig. Plaid is a UK based band created by Andy Turner and Ed Handley. Their music is created using computer technology…and I think they must have an alien friend helping them out too (hence the extra dude in the picture, i think). Anyways, just discovered them today when I was looking at the opening credits for Tekkonkinkreet and all I could focus on was the music. Enjoy!

Official Website

Official Myspace

and…where I heard it-

The Class

Monday, April 6th, 2009


The Class is incredibly accurate and real. It’s interesting how similar this classroom scene is to my high school…and I can imagine every other public middle/high school. I was especially interested to see how the teachers acted when they were together, how they talked about the students to each other and how they discussed discipline. Everything seemed like it was taken from just real life. This isn’t just a coincidence though. That’s the whole point of this film. The movie is based off of the book, Entre Les Murs, written by Francois Begaudeau, who is actually casted as the teacher. The students are not actors, but real live students. One of the things that keeps this movie real is that this isn’t one of those –teacher teaches students respect and transforms their lives- types stories. It’s not full of drama or anything really out of the ordinary. It’s a typical school year and it reveals the relationship between students and teachers today. What’s the moral of the story? What’s the message? I’m not sure. It is not a movie that states a specific problem and unveils an obvious answer. I feel that its purpose was to photograph the classroom just as it is…something every kid and teacher can relate to.