Josh Owens is a talented photographer who creates amazing time-lapse videos. Here are some of my faves that will surely take you on a trip around Manhattan, Rochester, and NYC!
Hailing from London, James Griffiths is a writer, director, and editor of short films and commercials.
Splitscreen: A Love Story was shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone and is the winner of the Nokia Shorts competition 2011.
Director: JW Griffiths
Producer: Kurban Kassam
Director of Photography: Christopher Moon
Editor: Marianne Kuopanportti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Music composed by: Lennert Busch
Check out these impressive artworks of President Obama-
Obama Gumballs – 12,784 Gumballs
Hair: Onion seeds
Face: Cumin seeds, Fenugreek, Wheat skin, Orange peel
Shirt: Barley, Fennel seeds
Tie: Onion seeds, Fenugreek
Coat: Fennel seeds, Onion seeds
It’s pretty amazing what you can create with just sand, water, buckets, and shovels. And because modelling sand into an artistic form has become so popular, there are hundreds of annual worldwide sand art competitions. What better place to be than at the beach doing what you love to do?
Adam and Eve in the Algarve
Oh, Look! Some of our favorite Sesame Street characters have been zombified! Now aren’t these the cutest zombies you’ve ever seen?
Evan Cheng is an art director of character design with Sesame Workshop.
Here are the original designs he created of the Sesame Zombie used on the Mightyfine shirts-
Just released, is the Official Twilight- Breaking Dawn Teaser Poster!
Make sure to check out the official teaser trailer at the MTV Movie Awards on June 5th!
Here’s a look back at some of the official Twilight movie posters-
Here is the beautiful photo that was used for the 2010 White House Christmas card.
“Because of a predicted snowstorm, I spent the night sleeping in my office knowing how bad the roads would be the following day. Early the next morning, I walked around the White House grounds and made several photographs using a tripod so I could shoot at a slow shutter speed. Mrs. Obama liked this picture so much that she chose to use it on the official White House Christmas card.” (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)