1. Like us on facebook: facebook.com/dominikmerschgallery or check out our webpage: dominikmerschgallery.com.

    To enquire or to find out more about the artist please have a look here: dominikmerschgallery.com/Artist.aspx?id=92

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  2. The Danish designer and Swedish architect discusses Legos, spatial logic, and how one man’s trash is another’s treasure. More on http://www.theavantgardediaries.com

    Produced by Stefan Adrian / Filming, Photos & Editing by Oliver Schenk / Music by Bunnystripes

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  3. OUT NOW AT WWW.SIGNPAINTERSFILM.COM

    This the official trailer for SIGN PAINTERS a documentary by Faythe Levine & Sam Macon. For information regarding screenings, and other news please visit signpaintersfilm.com

    About the project...

    There was a time, as recently as the 1980s, when storefronts, murals, banners, barn signs, billboards, and even street signs were all hand-lettered with brush and paint. But, like many skilled trades, the sign industry has been overrun by the techno-fueled promise of quicker and cheaper. The resulting proliferation of computer-designed, die-cut vinyl lettering and inkjet printers has ushered a creeping sameness into our landscape. Fortunately, there is a growing trend to seek out traditional sign painters and a renaissance in the trade.

    In 2010 Directors Faythe Levine and Sam Macon, with Cinematographer Travis Auclair, began documenting these dedicated practitioners, their time-honored methods, and their appreciation for quality and craftsmanship. Sign Painters, the first anecdotal history of the craft, features the stories of more than two dozen sign painters working in cities throughout the United States. The documentary and book profiles sign painters young and old, from the new vanguard working solo to collaborative shops such as San Francisco’s New Bohemia Signs and New York’s Colossal Media’s Sky High Murals.

    The book published by Princeton Architectural Press in November 2012 features a foreword by legendary artist (and former sign painter) Ed Ruscha. We encourage you to pick up a copy at your local book shop, or directly from Princeton Architectural Press - http://goo.gl/aTZLq

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  4. Binary Prints is a printing technique by Alex Trochut (http://www.alextrochut.com), who invented a process through which two completely separate images could be shown on one surface - one which appears in light, and one which appears only in the dark.

    What followed was a collaboration with some of the premiere electronic musicians of our time. Trochut called on James Murphy, Caribou, Four Tet, Damian Lazarus, John Talabot, Acid Pauli and others TBA to create a series of portraits that explore the people behind the music. Discussing themes of both visual and auditory natures, Trochut created portraits that reflect the musician's vision of their own work and identity. These nocturnal portraits "wake up" in the dark, just as the DJs "come alive" at night, as do audiences under the spell of their music. As anyone who has been present at those transcendental moments of communion at a show can attest to the experience is an awakening or coming alive. There is a literal translation of the inverted blinking eye, which shows the artists coming alive, bringing them into focus, from a anonymous person to an icon of music and sound. Like the experiential discovery inherent in live music, these portraits create layers for the viewers to feel and pull apart, combining the universal with the personal.

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  5. GUINNESS WORLD RECORD to the Most Awarded Short, with 324 Awards.

    About the short: zaramella.com.ar/LUMINARIS/

    Sinopsis / Synopsis:
    En un mundo en el que la luz reina y marca el ritmo de la vida, un hombre común tiene un plan que puede cambiar el rumbo de las cosas.
    In a world controlled and timed by light, an ordinary man has a plan that could change the natural order of things.

    Duración / Running Time:
    6 minutos 20 segundos / 6 minutes 20 seconds

    Técnica / Technique:
    Stop Motion / Pixilation

    Formato original / Original Format:
    Foto Digital / Digital Photo

    Formato final / Final format:
    HD 1920 x 1080 (16:9)

    Estreno / Premiere:
    Febrero 2011 / February 2011

    Creditos / Credits:

    Idea / Animación / Dirección:
    Idea/ Animator / Director
    Juan Pablo Zaramella

    Guión / Writer:
    Juan Pablo Zaramella
    Gustavo Cornillón

    Director de Fotografía / Director of Photography:
    Sergio Piñeyro

    Asistente de dirección / Director Assitant:
    Sol Rulloni

    Pre- Producción / Pre- Production:
    Silvina Cornillón

    Producción / Producer:
    Sol Rulloni
    Mario Rulloni

    Producción Ejecutiva / Production executive:
    Juan Pablo Zaramella

    Elenco / Cast
    Gustavo Cornillón
    María Alché
    Luis Rial

    Extras / Extras
    Florence Carriere, Nicole Carriere, Sergio Piñeyro, Diana Ravscovschi, Mario Rulloni, Sol Rulloni, Fabián Cornoló, Victoria Mutti, Germán Castro, Cecilia Nuñez, Cordo, Lucila Las Heras, Gastón Urbano, María del Sol Molina, Gabriela Montero Rico, Josué Jaramillo, Agustín Graham Nakamura, Celina Hiromi Saito, Julieta Troilo, Ciro Paz Osorio, Juan Pablo Zaramella

    Animación Adicional / Additional Animation:
    Mariano Bergara
    Becho Lo Bianco
    Lucila Las Heras
    Sergio Piñeyro

    Arte y diseños / Art and Design:
    Juan Pablo Zaramella

    Asistente de Arte / Art Assistant:
    Diana Rascovschi

    Constructores / Constructors:
    Ciro Paz Osorio
    Diana Rascovschi
    Sebastian Hojnadel
    Adrian Vasquez

    Reparto / Cast:
    Gustavo Cornillón
    María Alché
    Luis Rial

    Composición y Arte Digital / Composition and Digital Art:
    José Leon Molfino
    Alejo Villarino
    Roberto Connolly
    Mario Rulloni
    Peque Varela

    Rotoscopía / Rotoscoping:
    Federico Molfino

    Sonido / Sound:
    Diego Gat
    Alejo Villarino

    Mezcla de Sonido / Sound Mix:
    Diego Gat
    Tauro Digital Sound

    Música / Music:
    “Lluvia de Estrellas” (Osmar Maderna, 1948)

    Interpretada por / Played by:
    Orquesta Típica Sans Souci

    Grabación y Edición / Recording and Editing:
    Mauro Ruda
    Producción / Production:
    Katia Ivandic

    Grabado en / Recorded at:
    Estudios ION

    Compañía Productora / Production Company:
    JPZtudio

    Contacto / Contact:
    contact@zaramella.com.ar
    zaramella.com.ar

    Sitio web del corto / Website of the short:
    zaramella.com.ar/LUMINARIS

    Material de Prensa / Electronic Press Kit:
    zaramella.com.ar/LUMINARIS/Press.html

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