A few years back a load of stuff got left outside our house from a house clearance. I managed to rescue a Sydenham familie's photo albums from the 70s. Mostly the pictures are crap photographically but together there's a certain Britishness to them. After watching the Mariner's Children video 'It Carved Your Name Into The Ground' by Betsy Dadd, I thought I'd do this with all of them and eventually put them to music I suppose. For now here is a gif.
Make sure you watch this in HD full screen. Make a cup of tea or something, it's stunning. Bad Ass Tune:
Came across a brilliant set of videos from Offset which is a 3 day creative conference. These videos are from 2009- expect the 2010 one shortly. But the line up is brilliant and it's a great resource- all are good but I am a massive fan of the Oliver Jeffers, David Shrigley, Chip Kidd, Harry Pearce and Anthony Burrill talks. All excellent. Offset link: here.
Next up is a classic music video from the Ohio Players: Fire. You'll have to trust me that it really IS worth investing 9 minutes into.
Last but not least is the vimeo award winning short film about a mans last moments with his dying dog. Oh by the way, if you don't shed a tear then you are made of stone.
The Sea is just a wetter version of the sky / Regina Spektor They were shadows, little bundles of grey noise / Silent Witness, S 13, E 2,
You're not an artist Peggy- you solve problems / Madmen, S 3, E 2