Filmmaker Thomas Jullien created a brilliant short film comprising of random Instagram users’ pictures. The film is made up of 852 Instagram pictures, each from different users and tells a delightful story.
We here have been working hard to make loads of new ways for you to see (what we think at least) is our fantastic publication. Now through Readymag, we have made our publication cross-platform, where you can read our most recent issue on your desktop, tablet and/or smartphone. Through this platform there’s loads of new features such as audio, video and slideshows. It means you can enjoy tons more from each artist/feature. Currently, number 10 is the only issue up, but you can rest assured we will do our best to get every last one up there. After the click a quick mini-demo of how it looks on an iPad. Read BBB10 through Readymag HERE.
You’ve definitely seen Alexa Meade‘s work before. Some of her photographs have circled the internet like crazy. She’s come out with a couple new brilliant pieces in her classic style, where she paints on people and photographs them to make the three dimensional space seem two dimensional.
Photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan teamed up for another project entitled “2D Or Not 2D.” The key-idea of the project was to turn models faces into the 2D images, which are variations from sketch and graphic arts to water-colour and oil-paintings.
There’s a number of reasons to post up Young Galaxy‘s new video “Crying My Heart Out.” For one thing, it’s extremely bizarre but so well shot, it’s unreal. Also, the connections we have to the people involved in the video are all basically family of BBB such as the director Luke McCutcheon. We think you’ll probably get a kick out of the strange video, but definitely fall in love with the song. Watch the video after the click!
Emily Blincoe is an Austin, Texas based photographer who created a brilliant series based on colour coordination and some of our favourite sweets. By organizing different candies in a meticulous and clean way and photographing each group.
Emma Allen created an animated self-portrait exploring the idea of rebirth and illustrating the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. Allen painted this stop frame animation on myself over a period of 5 days, using some face paints, a mirror and a camera.
French photographer, Janol Apin, created a brilliant photography series in the Paris metro stations but setting up scenes relevant to each subway stations name. In other words, the stations name directly correlates to what the subject or subjects are acting out in the photograph. It may not make perfect sense if you do not speak French, but you can always use an online translator.