Ten minutes of drama, trauma, hope – with just a dash of trumpet-fuelled triumph – here in Woodkid’s stunning theatrical edit of The Golden Age. It’s just latest in this man’s contribution to the audio-visual landscape over the last few years and, not to mention his heart-stopping live performances, I’m not sure there’s anyone else with such a unique and piercing focus on their vision. I can’t wait to see what comes next.
Cracking stuff for those weary eyes here from Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino. This series of landscapes were taken from the exact same spot over stretch of two years. The changes in light and the weather are an incredible contrast against that little house…wonder what’s inside?
Strikingly urban and unmistakably cold, this Lights in Chicago series from Chicago-based Japanese photographer Satoki Nagata somehow pulls through a little snippet of urban beauty through it’s innovative lighting and completely natural transparency. Fantastic ghost-like loveliness, and well worth a look through the rest of the series.
Gloomy yet marvellous oil paintings from San Francisco artist, Jeremy Mann. I think if I had adequate cash and adequate wall for these beauties I’d be on the phone to Mr Mann for a commission or 10…but that’s a big if.
There are several things you could do with your life if you wanted to lose 13 minutes. You could microwave something meaty and mysterious from a leading supermarché. You could polish a shoe. You could iron half a shirt (yes, it takes me 30 minutes to iron a shirt). Or, you could watch these utterly mesmeric shots here courtesy of Michael Langan in his short film, Choros. I’ve watched it about four times now, so it’s probably best I iron that bloody shirt.
Gorgeous lighting installation from the Belem Cultural Centre, Lisbon. Intended to debunk the belief that LEDs aren’t quite as pretty as their filamented counterparts, I’d say they’ve just about hit the brief here.