Posts Tagged ‘videos’

Jean Jullien’s Journal

Published April 7, 2010 by Molly



Jean Jullien’s work is joyous and wide-ranging. There’s the illustration, for one thing, not to mention the videos, costumes, installations, books and posters. This might be old news to you—the guy IS, after all, pretty famous— but what about his diary? Have you seen that?

If not, get on it! Jullien posts prodigious excerpts online from the notebook he fills with daily writings and drawings. Browsing the scans is like flipping through the sketchbook/journal of a 21st-century polymath. It’s an easy and efficient way to get your daily requirement of RAD.

Skate and Destroy MOMA/The First 80 Years

Published September 30, 2009 by Dallas


MOMA is celebrating the upcoming Spike retrospective with an evening of skate videos curated by Patrick O’Dell. Thursday, Oct 15, 2009 7:30 – 11:00pm. After the videos stick around for a conversation with Spike, Lance Mountain, Greg Hunt, Jake Phelps, Ty Evans, and other surprise guests. Also No Age is going to play. Nuts!!!

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The Lana Show

Published July 22, 2009 by Dallas


The Director’s Bureau is a commercial and music video house with a roster of talent responsible many of the sweetest things we’ve seen in recent years. Lana Kim is the wonderful person in charge of organizing the “music video” end of the operation.

In an attempt at making the most of her access to some really stellar bands, Lana began filming her own music video clip show out of a closet in the back of the Bureau and it became an internet smash. Once the closet got to small she took the act to streets – well hotels, and back yards and the rest is future music history.