. . . . . . If you live in California, you might say it’s been “a little hot” lately. Between record-shattering heatwaves that saw 121-degree Fahrenheit (49.44 Celsius) temperatures in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills to the record-shattering wildfires ravaging the state from north to south, it
. . . . . Illusionist and extreme endurance performer, dare we say performance artist, David Blaine has just done another one of his stunt-spectacles this week. On Wednesday he floated into the sky strapped to dozens of helium balloons like the character Carl Fredrickson and his house in the
. . . The awesomeness of “The Transfiguration“ by Universal Everything studio collective is still spellbinding. The original version of this work was created in 2011. The ever-evolving walking figure shows off the visual effects prowess and CGI artwork of the artists collective. This version posted here is a 2020
This video on Vox does a great job of explaining so-called “white” paintings by artists like Robert Ryman, Agnes Martin, Cy Twombly, and so on, as examples of Minimalism and where these fit in the story of modern and contemporary art. Some of these paintings — including one that was
Documentary filmmaker and producer Gary Hustwit has a new film about German designer Dieter Rams coming out in 2018, and we can’t wait to see it. The director of the doc films “Helvetica,” “Objectified and “Urbanized” has released some teaser video clip online for this new documentary, which is
In case you missed it, one of the best — if not the best — TV commercial from the broadcast of last weekend’s 2018 Super Bowl was this ad for Tide laundry detergent. It’s already being talked about as one of the best ever and an “instant classic.” There are
The MoMA (that’s the Museum of Modern Art in the New York-fucking-City) has recently launched a web video series on YouTube called “At the Museum,” and we, savvy reader, are L-O-V-I-N-G it. (See video below!) It’s a behind-the-scenes look at the innermost workings of one of the world’s greatest art museums
Question: Have you ever had a dream where you were in your favorite fast-food dining establishment and suddenly it starts flooding? Have you ever entertained the thought “Wouldn’t it be cool if Burger King got flooded?” Is it — or has it ever been — your burning desire to see
Hey, Everybody! Regular readers of GlobalGraphica (GG) will have noticed that we haven’t posted to this site in a few weeks. And if you sent us an email recently, you probably haven’t heard from us (as it was, we were already way behind on replying to readers’ emails — we
This video is mesmerizing. And awesome.
When you aim a video camera at a live video projection generated from the same camera in real time, the results are fascinating and in the right circumstances can created biological-like patterns akin to “brain coal,” as seen in the above screenshot and video below, which was made by Ethan
Acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh (“Ocean’s 11,” “Solaris,” “Sex, Lies & Videotape”) has released a full-length black-and-white version of Steven Spielberg’s action-adventure classic “Raiders of the Lost Ark” in HD. Soderbergh also removed the original soundtrack and dialogue and matched the film to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’s soundtrack music from
College Humor makes a particularly salient and amusing point about our ever-thinly-sliced attention spans and our consumption of content on the Interwebs. Point taken.
From the earliest days of film, this fascinating archival footage shows traffic scenes from 1890s London and other places in the age before cars. What’s striking is just how much traffic there was — a lot — and how much horses were a part of the densely populated urban landscape
This short video shows two men painting the words “Bus Stop” on the asphalt surface of a street. The clip, which has been sped for time, reveals the art, skill and craft of perfectly painting this street typography that most of us see everyday and probably take for granted. Street
We are so looking forward to seeing this new documentary film about the mysterious and prolific street photographer Vivian Maier. The film is currently in theatrical release in select cinemas in the U.S.