Artist and photographer Richard Mosse reveals the stories behind the making of his latest film, 'The Enclave,' in which he makes an artistic statement about the Congo's hidden warfare using infrared film.
We're pretty fuckin bummed that Colorado is burning again, especially because one of the fires is taking out some homes of friends in Colorado Springs. If you want to support the fight against the fires, Wild Fire Tees is a good way to do it. They've set up a fund with the Pikes Peak Community Foundation to help them manage donations responsibly and transparently. And you get a nicely designed shirt to show your support of the relief effort.
RoboRoach has launched a Kickstarter campaign to gather funding to commercially roll out technology that'll allow you to control the movement of a live cockroach from your own mobile device. Fugyeah. Donate at least $100 to their campaign and they'll send you a surgery kit consisting of a PCB “backpack,” battery and three sets of electrodes to help you start assembling your cockroach army. Fugyeah.
Yesterday, in partnership with Baseball Youth, Jack Link’s unveiled "Operation Sky Meat” at Omaha Champions Village. Baseball fans were treated to a jaw-dropping spectacle as thousands of Jack Link’s packages, attached to mini parachutes, dropped from a helicopter — filling the sky with America’s favorite jerky and surprising spectators on the ground. The event commemorates Jack Link's self-created holiday — National Jerky Day on June 12.
The teaser videos show all the failed methods they tried before landing on parachutes as their method of delivery, with the final video showing the successful distribution of the delicious, salted, cured meats. Mission accomplished. Agency: Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis.
Car/bike accidents and car/pedestrian accidents have been on a sharp incline in Denver. Sukle jumped at the chance to do some ads aimed at helping turn this trend around.
There’s so much stimuli these days, we thought if we could just remind drivers that pedestrians and bikers are always there and hard to see, that they’d pay just a little more attention to watching out for them. And, in turn, we’d be doing our part to help keep Denverites safe.
More strong work from the kings of sticking out outdoors.