I Met the Walrus



In 1969, a 14-year-old Beatle fanatic named Jerry Levitan, armed with a reel-to-reel tape deck, snuck into John Lennon's hotel room in Toronto and convinced John to do an interview. This was in the midst of Lennon's "bed-in" phase, during which John and Yoko were staying in hotel beds in an effort to promote peace. 38 years later, Jerry has produced a film about it. Using the original interview recording as the soundtrack, director Josh Raskin has woven a visual narrative which tenderly romances Lennon’s every word in a cascading flood of multipronged animation. Raskin marries traditional pen sketches by James Braithwaite with digital illustration by Alex Kurina, resulting in a spell-binding vessel for Lennon’s boundless wit, and timeless message.

Source: I Met the Walrus, Youtube: I Met the Walrus

Wand Mann


Source: Andreas Zingerle

Bobiloc




Source: Compagnie Philippe Genty

Protect Antarctica - The Seventh Continent


Individual and collective. Young and old. Past and future. Art and nature. The naked sleepers by Wim Tellier.

Source: Flickr: Wim Tellier

Once the Trees were Men and the Men Trees


Source: Roberto Kusterle

Mythology and human Body in the Time of Seriality


The sublime and desolate body by a Arnold Boecklin of our time: Spencer Tunick.

Source: Spencer Tunick

The nineteenth-century Satire as heir of classical Allegory


Among classical allegory and surrealism: the satirical illustration of J.J. Grandville (1803-1847).

Source: J. J. Grandville, Wikipedia: Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard