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Here Comes the Neighborhood Vol. 4 – Intercambio

For its fourth episode entitled “Intercambio,” Here Comes the Neighborhood turns its lens to the intercultural aspects and underpinnings of its ongoing Wynwood Walls street art project in Miami, Florida. The community-centric project extended a broad...

Here Comes the Neighborhood Vol. 3 – Kenny Scharf

In Volume 3 of the riveting art series Here Comes the Neighborhood, the spotlight falls on Los Angeles-based artist Kenny Scharf as he expands on a piece he started in 2009. Having seen street art evolve from the New York City graffiti scene in the 1...

Streets is Talking Teaser Video

Filmmaker/skateboarder extraordinaire, Ian Reid, who in the past has released gems like Sex, Hood, Skate, and Videotape is back at it again with his latest, Streets is Talking. Borrowing from Ghostface, this teaser is “rugged and raw,” fe...

Brush With Death by Corridor Digital

“Brush With Death” by Corridor Digital is a clever short film that combines art and action into one singular world. Pairing a painter against his creation, watch as the protagonist attempts to craft and paint his way out of the jam. The visual effect...

Surfing and Sharks Film Trailer

Premiering December 15 at the Wavescape Film Festival in Capetown, have a peak at the documentary trailer for Surfing and Sharks. Watch as some of the more passionate surfers in South Africa pursue their passions of water conquest as some of the most...

Marco Brambilla “RPM” Ferrari Short Film

Video artist Marco Brambilla shares his densely hypnotic and kaleidoscopic 3D film “RPM,” commissioned by Ferrari in celebration of their latest auto masterpiece, the 458 Spider, and premiering at Art Basel Miami tonight. Using footage sh...

Montblanc – The Beauty of a Second Challenge

There’s utter beauty in merely a second of time. Montblanc has put people to the task of capturing just that, and is now available in a minute-long video compilation of some of the more breathtaking submissions from the first round. The Beauty...

The Wall of Death – A Film by Benedict Campbell

“The Wall of Death,” a film by Benedict Campbell, captures the Ken Fox Troupe as they wander the English countryside performing their signature Wall of Death maneuver at local carnivals. Riding an Indian Scout, Fox has been performing the...

Here Comes the Neighborhood Vol. 2 – GAIA

In the ongoing art series Here Comes the Neighborhood, we’ve witnessed some amazing artists from all over unleash their talents on the Wynwood Walls in Miami. Having just graduated from art school this year, GAIA is the youngest artist to join...

Here Comes the Neighborhood Vol. 1

If you haven’t seen the series, Here Comes the Neighborhood is a short-form docuseries exploring the power of public art and innovation to uplift and revitalize urban communities around the Arts District of Wynwood Miami. Featuring an array of...

Art As A Weapon Documentary Project featuring Shepard Fairey

Engaging the culture of humans rights in Myanmar, Shepherd Fairey inspired this documentary exploring the parallel between street art and free speech. The phrase “Art As A Weapon” refers to the struggle in Burma between Buddhist values an...

adidas Originals x Ry Russo-Young “The Visit” Short Film

New York Director Ry Russo-Young has collaborated with adidas Originals in a short film that features stunning cinematography and clothing from the adidas Blue Fall/Winter 2011 collection. Inspired by her upcoming feature film Nobody Walks, the young...

Style Wars: The Outtakes Project

Style Wars was originally released in 1983, as a 69-minute documentary on hip-hop and graffiti culture. Here we are some decades later and pieces of abandoned footage are now beginning to come to the forefront. Out of 30 hours of film, only a sliver...

ACCLAIM x Ken Done: Issue 25 Cover featuring Amy Finlayson

ACCLAIM for its 25th issue highlights the artwork of iconic Australian artist Ken Done. Offered up is a visual showing a sneak peek of what’s to come on the issue, which will hit shelves starting December. Serving as a blank canvas for Ken Done, mode...

Handmade Portraits: The Sword Maker

As one of Japan’s last remaining swordsmiths, Korehira Watanabe has honed his craft for 40 years while attempting to recreate the mythical Koto sword. While in college, Watanabe became inspired by another famous sword craftsman, Akihira Miyairi...