Music is the latest work by much admired, NYC based photographer and film maker, Andrew Zuckerman. You'll find fifty portraits of musicians of all ages, from across all genres, providing perspective on one of the most universal and yet unexplainable art forms. You can buy the book, which includes portraits and interviews as well as access to a feature-length film; or even the iPad app, with text and portraits from the book as well as individual films for each contributor exclusive to the app. I refer you to the title of this entry. Awesome!
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Posted by He who says hmm... at 2:36 PM
I'm no runner. I'd much rather drive. It's way more comfy not to mention faster and I get to not look like a panting idiot who probably shouldn't have had that last doughnut. But if I were a runner and if I chose to enter a marathon like the NY Marathon, this may be just what I would need to help push me over the finish line. Nice one, Asics.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 9:22 AM
TED collaborates with animator Andrew Park to illustrate Denis Dutton's provocative theory on beauty -- that art, music and other beautiful things, far from being simply "in the eye of the beholder," are a core part of human nature with deep evolutionary origins.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 9:09 AM
|Jared Leto takes the stage after a full-on African drumming band wow the audience.|
|Confetti showered down upon 18000 screaming fans!|
|At the end, they pulled a ton of people up on stage for the final song. Epic!|
Posted by He who says hmm... at 2:05 AM