1. Party to party, there’s nothing quite like the bustling streets of Art Basel Miami.

    If an artist’s work is an extension of who they are, actively pursuing their passions and mastering their craft have allowed them to draw their own path and share their successes. Fresh paint. Easily.

    Previously dependent on high-brow museum and gallery curators, the art world has recently seen a shift in power. Instead of a few individuals being the driving forces of what work is filtered into the public realm, a breed of artists have created their own communities - outside of the confines of a gallery. Everything is in “Internet years” now. Time has sped up, and the URL has brought people from all walks of life and all places in the world together, IRL.

    Times are changing, and a new breed of artists are closing the gap on their ambitions; relieved of obstacles that were hindering a decade ago. When a musician's Soundcloud uploads turn into a world tour, and a photographer's steady Instagram following evolves into an international campaign, it's clear to see that more than ever, being a creator is synonymous with being self-made.


    Director: Amos LeBlanc
    Cinematographer: Christopher Lew
    Editor: Calum Moore

    Cyrcle - @cyrcle
    Mad Steez - @madsteez
    Instagrafite - @instagrafite
    Aaron Li Hill - @li_hill
    Adnate - @adnate
    Marina Capdevila - @marinacapdevila

    Canon c500
    EF - 16-35mm - f/2.8L II USM
    EF - 24-70mm - f/2.8L II USM
    EF - 14mm - f/2.8L II USM
    EF - 50mm - f/1.2L USM


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  2. Presentación de Pumayo Fanzine #1 en Electrocometa Bcn (Diciembre del 2012).
    Equipo Pumayo Fanzine: Ceerre, dulk.es, marinacapdevila.com y flextatowa.com.

    Produced by guime.es
    Soundtrack by Fábel

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  3. Never too late for a first date is an ironic discourse where contextualization of human relationships occurs because the attitude of the characters that appear in the works are more typical of a much younger age group. The author, Marina Capdevila, attempts to transport the viewer to an unknown temporary space, where you can identify with the situations represented.

    The video shows Capdevila's creation process and some of the moments from the exhibition day.

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  5. How Shit Works? fue el primer evento creado por 40fakes y ThreeFiveFifty en Mutuo Centro de Arte, en Barcelona. Este vídeo recopila el trabajo de seis magníficos ilustradores que crearon un mural enorme, tributo al ilustrador americano Rube Goldberg, durante la fiesta. Estamos muy contentos de poder decir que fue un éxito! Gracias a todos los que participaron para que este show funcionara!

    How Shit Works? was the first event created by 40fakes and ThreeFiveFifty at Mutuo Centro de Arte, in Barcelona. This is the video that shows how six awesome illustrators created a very big mural, as a tribute to the american illustrator Rube Golberg, during the party. We are happy to say it was a success! Thanks to everyone involved in the show!

    Amaia Arrazola (amaiaarrazola.com/), Alex Ferreiro (alexferreiro.com/), Chamo San (chamosan.com/), Mágoz (magoz.info/), Marina Capdevila (marinacapdevila.com/) y Riki Blanco (rikiblanco.net/)

    Tigre y Ramon

    Cocolia (cocolia.cat/)

    Special Thanks to:
    Societé Perrier (societeperrier.com/spain/)

    "The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth" by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

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