DEEP SEE

"Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. And don’t bother concealing your thievery - celebrate it if you feel like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: “It’s not where you take things from - it’s where you take them to."
— Jim Jarmusch
0 | 24.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Me likes some good ol SLAYER!!!!! and Xmas lights too!! Now merge the 2 together DOPE!!!!

- posted by the sanch

1 | 24.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Alex Roman, you know the artist behind the Third and the Seventh? He does beautiful CG again in a fruit shattering commercial piece. 

Found on Motionographer

-Posted by Arcade Original

0 | 24.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Behold, interactive puppet prototype with xbox Kinect.

6 days, almost half a million views.

-Posted by Arcade Original

0 | 24.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Posting video game entries is always a pleasure.

Even though i don’t play as often as i did in my youth, i always need to see what’s going on.

I also need to play a new game (well new to me), on Christmas day, every year. Here’s my pick this year and it’s $10.

Apparently the latest version of PacMan, yes PacMan, via XBOX LIVE ARCADE, according to IGN is “like taking a great white shark and adding laser beam eyes and saw blades that shoot out of its mouth.” - 10

Cool, i’m convinced. Here’s more…. Metacritic is at 96

-Posted by Arcade Original

2 | 24.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Takedown Fight Media is live

Thought i’d share some work with everyone.

The Takedown website is finally up.

The photography is done by Andre Pinces, the website and design, by Paul Higgins of Nomag, and the video by yours truly, Arcade Original. Can’t remember where we got the fight footage from, sorry.

-Posted by Arcade Original

2 | 22.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Beautifully shot bmx skills vid… 

Found on Wired

-Posted by Arcade Original

0 | 12.11.2010 | 3 years ago


this is some pretty WOW factor going on here.

Hermes incorporates their season collection with finger skating.

- posted by the sanch

1 | 10.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Bouncing Cats Trailer

We seem to post bboy related content every-so-often, mainly because we still remember when we used to do routines with our cousins, or maybe because we think we can still top-rock like before.  Regardless, it’s always nice to see how far the culture has gone. Shout out to Fifroc for the link.

-Posted by: Archipelago

0 | 9.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Finally more AR games. Keep’em coming, this idea needs to be fleshed out.

-Posted Arcade Original

0 | 9.11.2010 | 3 years ago


Bullet time with 52 Canon DSLRs.

-Posted by Arcade Original

0 | 3.11.2010 | 3 years ago


INFLUENCERS FULL VERSION from R+I creative on Vimeo.

Cool short film called "Influencers: How Trends & Creativity Become Contagious" on the subject of having an influential impact on society. Seems a lot of creatives were interviewed to get their opinions on the matter.

-posted by the sanch

0 | 16.10.2010 | 4 years ago


One of my favorite directors Darren Aronofsky has a new film with Nathalie Portman and Mila Kunis coming out called Black Swan

I am so stoked for this film, and even more so now with the release of these gorgeous posters attached to the film. 

Besides Clooney’s The American these are the best so far this year in terms of film poster art.

(sorry about the quality on two of the images)

found via dark horizons

-posted by the sanch

0 | 15.10.2010 | 4 years ago


Jeremy Messersmith - Tatooine from Eric Power on Vimeo.

Pretty damn cute Star Wars paper animation by Eric Power

song Tatooine by Jeremy Messersmith

I’d rather watch this than Episode 1 & 2

-posted by the sanch

0 | 15.10.2010 | 4 years ago


The 600 Years from the macula on Vimeo.

600 years of the Prague Orloj

A crew called The Macula, along with a few other geniuses absolutely killed it in the video mapping of the Prague Orloj, the astrological tower clock situated in Prague’s Old Town Square. The production celebrated the clock’s 600 year anniversary and from a few reports online, required two Christie 18K HD projectors at 5000×1200 resolution and took four months to complete. Insane.

via The Long Now Foundation

-Posted by: Archipelago

0 | 8.10.2010 | 4 years ago


TELEPHONEME | MK12 from MK12 on Vimeo.

MK12 produces some amazing work.

I just stumbled onto this particular piece entitled Telephoneme

Brilliant visuals, tight audio design, I simply can’t say how fresh this vid is…..just watch and enjoy

kinda reminds me of a styzed out educational film from the DHARMA Initiative.

-posted by the sanch