9/13/2016

“Rachel” by Craig Drake

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“Rachel” by Craig Drake for the “Craig Drake Solo III Artwork” held at Hero Complex Gallery. Sized 36” x 24” screen print, in an edition of 100, priced at US$65 per.

Solo Show III 9.10.16 @herocomplexgallery !!! #Leeloo #craigdrake

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8/17/2016

“The One” 3D lapel pin by Jason Liwag


“The One” by Jason Liwag sees a folded metal-unicorn as a 3D lapel pin available for purchase here for US$8.00 (Approx 1" wide x 1.25" tall / Twin posts with metal butterfly clutch) … or as a two pin set here for US13 (paired with a Deadpool-on-unicorn pin).

8/07/2016

Blade Runner Trailer in “Classic Noir”


Chet Desmond edits together scenes from Scott Ridley’s BLADE RUNNER, which he felt evoked a highly “noir” aesthetic, into a “Classic Noir”-styled trailer. Chet mentioned;
"Just wanted to clarify that this isn't meant to be a radical re-imagining of the film or a recreation of a 40's-style trailer. As many have pointed out, Blade Runner is already very "Noir." I just wanted to take those aspects of the film and accentuate them into something hopefully interesting. The piano song is "Memories of Green" off the soundtrack. All sounds and images in the trailer are from the film or soundtrack. Thanks again!"
(Source: io9.gizmodo.com)

7/13/2016

Rutger Hauer and Blade Runner - "30 years ago I saw the future"


VIDEO DESCRIPTION: "Rutger Hauer arrives early at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Milan. There, a restricted number of journalists and students met the deep and glacial gaze of the legendary replicant Roy Batty, the character who went down in the history of cinema with "that" sentence that we have all said, at least once in our lifetime: «...I've seen things you people wouldn't believe...». The 30th anniversary of "Blade Runner", milestone of science fiction cinema and unquestioned masterpiece by Ridley Scott, is one of the reasons why Hauer was in Milan. In our report, the Dutch actor retraces the crucial moments of that extraordinary cinematographic experience."