1. Animation explaining the design of the Taipei Performing Arts Centre.

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  2. In addition to the main film we created for the Willem de Kooning Academy, found here: vimeo.com/106150159, we created a film for Teaching Fine Arts & Design.

    The film is a first lesson for all students that want to become an art teacher. It prepares them not only for this education but also what it's going to be like when standing in front of a classroom.

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  4. Wherever they go, they try to make something that makes sense for the neighborhood, and the community. And they always make something positive, something the artists hope people can enjoy -- regardless of whether life has greeted them with great fortune. Armed with a vision and their cans of spray paint, El Mac and Retna will transform a forgotten wall into a piece of art.

    El Mac and Retna are street artists, born in LA. They use building walls as blank canvases for their imagery, and the duo has collaborated to create murals all over the world. El Mac and Renta have very different styles, and have been collaborating the last few years. They combine their artistic forces in a specific way: El Mac creates huge lifelike portraits and Retna, calligraphic brushwork and decoration. The result is striking imagery that is unique and recognizable as theirs. It's not uncommon for street art fans and documentarians to gather to watch the progression of an El Mac and Retna work in progress.

    El Mac and Retna art feels appropriate for the street because the artists themselves embrace the city streets, the different neighborhoods, and the blend of cultures and backgrounds of the people that fill them. Street art, including the work of El Mac and Retna, also reflects a new attitude about accessibility to art in our environments. "Why not see all the walls painted," says Retna. "Let the Arts Roam!"

    Created by Joris Debeij & Terence Loos. Music by The Pilots
    jorisdebeij.com - terenceloos.com - thepilots.nl

    more portraits @ iamlosangeles.com

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  5. Director: Christopher Hutsul
    Director of Photography: Vinit Borrison
    Producer: Nick Sorbara
    Executive Producer: Jacinte Faria
    Editorial: Melanie Hider, Bijou Editorial
    Score: “Background Noise (Don’t Become)” by Solvent, Courtesy Ghostly International
    Sound Design: Vapor Music
    Online Artist + Colourist: Hardave Grewal, RedLab
    Graphic Novelists: Chester Brown, Michael Comeau, Steve Charles Manale, Vicki Nerino, Michael Cho, Michael DeForge, Seth, Fiona Smyth + Britt Wilson.

    A Hard Citizen Production.

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