Archive for the 'The Arts' Category

Good Books – Metamorphosis

• April, 2012

It is not very often that we have the opportunity to create a graphic equivalent of a drug fueled rant bringing all of our collective skills to bear. And it is almost unfathomable that we could actually do something like this and benefit a good cause. The Buck team dug deep, channeling our inner gonzo, to direct and produce this homage promoting Good Books, the online bookseller that passes all its profits through to Oxfam. A big thanks to String Theory in NZ for bringing

Hallucinogenic Animation For Machinedrum’s Remix Of “Eyes Down”

• February, 2012

Sneaker Pimps – Six Underground

• January, 2012

Sweet sweet memories…

Movie executives see record profits despite piracy fear-mongering

• January, 2012

Movie industry lobbyists like to say that online piracy costs their clients billions of dollars every year, and it’s getting worse. But that’s doesn’t quite seem to be the case, according to data released this week by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS). The CRS report (embedded below) shows that the movie industry is doing very well, earning record profits and paying executives more than ever, even as it hires fewer workers than it did just a decade ago. Although a recent National Crime Prevention

Time is Nothing // Around The World Time Lapse

• January, 2012

Vimeo outtake:: 17 Countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs. One incredible journey. After I quit my job last year, I packed a bag, grabbed my camera and bought a one way ticket to London. 17 countries later, I put together this time lapse video of the many amazing places I came across. Visit Kien Lam’s vimeo corner: Kien Lam

Tool – Prison Sex

• October, 2011

Carlsberg stunts with bikers in cinema

• September, 2011

Here we have it, a very funny commercial that gives great insight in how people perceive other people (especially when they look kind of rough). Spread the word! Share this video!

Ancient Technology In Peru and Bolivia

• August, 2011

Enjoy this amazing journey through Cuzco, Tihuanacu, Machu Picchu, Puma Punku, the outskirts of lake Titicaca and more. Our guide and researcher David Hatcher Childress and British Engineer Christopher Dunn will narrate and indicate some of the facts and fiction as they walk through the Andes Mountains to examine evidence for the possible use of advanced rock-machining techniques. Going to ancient cities and megalithic quarries, they again examine saw marks, advanced lifting and moving techniques, as well as evidence of Pre-Incan megalith builders at Machu

Tool – Ænema

• July, 2011