[Control] explores the world of township cults, street preaches and teen gangs and was shot on location in a squatted train boarding house in Langa, Cape Town. The cast is mainly made up of the neighborhood kids who run their own dance troop, Happy Feet.
As bizarre as it is incredibly beautiful. (via cliptip)
Wind is a new 15-photo series from Cincinnati-based photographer Jonathan Robert Willis. Via his web site, “The idea was to use a hi-powered wind source to misshape and contort the face, as we captured various moments on camera, leaving what is usually completely in our control to chance. [...] The sessions were brief (15 minutes each) since the experience was relatively uncomfortable.” Probably an understatement, but what hilarious results. These will be all over the internet in the next few days I’m sure. (via behance)
Utilizing thousands of needles and fine thread New York artist Jeremy Dean has created these mixed media prints of the American flag that are on display starting today at PULSE New York through the end of the week. See more at Creative Thriftshop.
And while you’re here, why not catch a video of the Hummer he converted into a horse-drawn buggy: