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This one is made by 4th grade communication design students from Stuttgart, Germany. The student I show you, visualized a traditional german song for children. The rest you´ll see. Just amazing and now I cry about my broken NES. Thx a lot.

Via Nerdcore and Slanted

Click here for the youtube channel, to see the other movies


This is a few days old and you may have seen it on other blogs before, but this shit is so awesome, I have to re-post it. Just watch and enjoy the work of BLU and David Ellis on the Fame Festival in Italy.

Via nomnomnom

In the german online magazin SpOn I found a very interesting article about the page All over the united states people started to discover old and rotten malls. I love those old industrial ruins (ok, this is not industry you narrow minded geography student). These old malls are a nice sign for the changing times, you can see the concept and the time they were build. So visit the page and look at the awesome pictures, scenes like “Dawn Of The Dead” were real.

Update: Here´s a short film made by the guys, looks a little bit scary

Geeez, when I read the new Rugged I saw a bust made by Frank Kozik, it shows the great leader of vietnamese communism Ho Chi Minh. When visiting, I saw that Kozik also made a bust of Stalin in bronze. Is somebody out there who is willing to buy me one?

After the glorious flick yesterday, here´s another one. Enjoy

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While I was looking for some cool 8bit demos, I found this on youtube. Two of my favourite child toys – Lego and the legendary Commodore 64 – were combined by some guys. They say it took them about 1500 hours to make this video. Respect folks!

It´s hard to explain, so you have to watch it. It´s an expressive video work of Barbara Streiff from switzerland. You will find a lot more stuff of her on her own blog. It´s worth a look. The following work is inspired by Dante´s Inferno and made in the front of the Kunsthaus in Zuerich.



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