Stills of Coco Hjardemaal from the trailer for Milad Alami’s Nothing Can Touch Me. This film was one of six shown at the 50th New York Film Festival shorts program. It tells the story of a shooting at a high school in Denmark and the protagonist’s struggle with her sense of identification with the shooter. Incredibly good and very beautiful.
An amazing miniature axonometric view of NYC - a section of Canal Street (not an exact replica but a personal perspective). Alan Wolfson creates intricate models of urban environments that capture a very definite atmosphere and mood.
“I wanted to build a piece that resembled a core sample of a city street. As though you took a street, dug it up, and lifted it straight off the earth. “Canal St. Cross-Section” is a combination of five major pieces built into one box.”
“Mailchimp is the main sponsor of CreativeMornings/NewYork and started creating custom slides based on that month’s speaker. We feel that these are setting a new standard in how cool event sponsorship can actually be.
The New York Times Modern Love College Essay Contest
“Three years ago we invited college students to tell us the truth about what love was like for them in this age of 24/7 communication, blurred gender roles and new attitudes about sex and dating. The response, from students at more than 365 colleges and universities nationwide, was overwhelming and eye opening.
So we’re asking again. If you have a personal story that illustrates the current state of love and relationships, e-mail it to us at email@example.com. The winning author will receive $1,000 and his or her essay will be published in a special “Modern Love” column on May 1, 2011, and on nytimes.com.”
“What Happens When is a playground for food. It is a temporary restaurant installation that transforms every 30 days for 9 months, offering guests an ever-changing culinary, visual and sound experience.
This delicious exhibition is a result of the collaboration between one chef, two designers, a photographer and a composer.”
“You can slip out the back Jack or you can put up five 10 x 23 foot billboards in your neighborhood. Adios LA is a visual goodbye to the city Jon Jackson has called home for years as the artist heads east making New York his new home. Not wanting to string LA along, he has decided to firmly break it off through a graphic billboard series posted on the famous streets of his first love.”