Art Design

A Short Film about Procrastination by Nathan Drabsch

September 29, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Aw this is so great. An animation for the 2010 ANZ PromaxBDA Conference in Sydney directed by Nathan Drabsch.

 

 



Design

Eco-Reminder Electrical Switch & Socket Stickers

September 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

It’s easy to take for granted the magic of electricity in your home, but these whimsical self-adhesive stickers are a clever reminder of what it really takes to light your room or power your vacuum. PVC-free and standardized for use in the UK, I’m sensing a US market opportunity here. For sale on Hu2.

 

 



Documentary Photography

Junk Drawers Organized by Brittny Badger

September 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Brittny Badger is taking items from her friends’ junk drawers and creating order from their chaos. She also disassembles lots of appliances. Given the opportunity I could probably organize stuff like this for hours, so Brittny please let me know if you need an assistant. (via coudal)

 

 



Design Photography

The Anarchitecture of Michael Greaves

September 27, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Several bizarrely striking structures by Michael Greaves, photographed by Swiss photographer Mario Del Curto in Quebec.

About the objects he assembles, he has written, “I very much liked and observed old objects, used objects, objects worn down by the force of time and human history. I am a being that has served, been transformed, an object that wants to be understood and enlightened, and that likes to be used.” He has also built cabins and houses out of wood. Defying the laws of gravity and perspective, they resemble houses of cards on the brink of crumbling and create points of view that border on the fantastic.

(via shewalkssoftly)

 

 



Amazing Documentary

A Short Film Documenting 24 Hours in Mexico City

September 26, 2010

Christopher Jobson

24 hours in Mexico City from Mexico City on Vimeo.

A tourism promo for Mexico City, directed by Luis Mandoki and Mariana Rodríguez. Having never been there I suspect (and some of the comments on Vimeo state as much) that this is a limited view of the “real” Mexico City and wonder if this is shot near a single neighborhood or city area. Regardless, what they’ve shot and edited is beautiful and enchanting.