Category: Entertainment

BC Film Club – Thoughts On “Amy”

“They hate you if you’re clever and they despise a fool” – John Lennon, “Working Class Hero” At the beginning of 2014, I had the bright idea of trying to sell prints at a boot fair near my home in North London (‘boot fair’ reads as ‘flea market’ if you’re reading this outside the UK). As expected the day was pretty much a bust. People go to boot fairs to […]

July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments | Articles, EntertainmentRead More

Yeezus Fan Footage Film

Check out this amazing ‘Yeezus’ tour film compiled of fan footage from almost every stop on the Kanye West tour, seamlessly edited to make one cohesive film. Created by John Colandra, this feels like a possible, divergent future in filmmaking. With our penchant to constantly record and generate content from our mobile devices, crowdsourced, community-led movies become an inevitability. Such filmmaking presents a far more honest and authentic document – far […]

December 2, 2014 | 0 Comments | Entertainment, InspirationRead More

Star Wars Teaser Trailer

Amidst the lamentable madness of Black Friday, today is also notable for our first look at JJ. Abram’s ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ in the form of a teaser trailer. As you’d expect it doesn’t give us much, apart from a few really impressive shots. From the opening static landscape (perfectly capturing that 70s-sci fi tone), to dramatic strobe-like flashes, the teaser culminates in a triumphant turn by the Millennium Falcon. Put down […]

November 28, 2014 | 0 Comments | Articles, EntertainmentRead More

Reduxe vs Mariah Carey “Can’t Let Go”

Was a bit deflated by the World Cup final, so to end Sunday on a higher note I threw together a quick rub of one of my all-time 90s slow-jam CLASSIC tunes. Mariah Carey’s ‘Can’t Let Go’. Just a quick sexy something for the summer. Listen/download here. Enjoy!

July 14, 2014 | 0 Comments | EntertainmentRead More

Under The Skin

This poster for Jonathan Glazer’s forthcoming vampish science-fiction film ‘Under The Skin’ (starring a highly-praised Scarlett Johannsson) is probably my favourite film poster art of recent memory. Without sounding too arrogant it looks like something I would do – or perhaps like to do. It has that late 70s-early 80s sheen that informs so much of my visual iconography. Interestingly, in 2008 I had actually been working on a similar image – albeit not nearly […]

May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments | Entertainment, InspirationRead More