Roughly one year after his dazzling short film LA Light, LA filmmaker Colin Rich returns again with the debut of his equally impressive NightFall. Finding ways to reveal our city in an aspect not often considered, Rich uses a motion control slider to produce remarkable long exposure shots with his Canon 5D Mark II.
We’ve been getting some very good submissions lately. From artists and photographers sharing their work to people with worthwhile events, we’ve been seeing just how creative and diverse our city is right now. Tuesday we got a particularly wowing e-mail from designer Stuart Fingerhut regarding a project of his. Kinema a lighting concept he made that is simple and beautiful and we really, really like it.
Jesse Tise and Erin Burrell are a part of an art collective of four titled Space Camp. We’ve heard the two mention the collective but never looked it up or investigated who else was in the group. While scanning Facebook yesterday, we saw a friend linked to a Beautiful/Decay article on an Art Center artist and we loved his work. The artist was Bradford Lynn and, sure enough, he is also a member of the talented bunch of Space Camp.
The Keylet is a very useful product concept that will soon be available for purchase. The product is a meshing of two necessary, everyday items: your wallet and your keys. What if the bulk of the two was eliminated? What if the two could become one? That’s what Orange, CA designer Anthony Hoang and engineer Nhu Truong thought when confronted with how to make keys and wallets less annoying: they made the Keylet.
Satsuki Shibuya is a local designer who makes these perfect little textile products that would make your dining experience so, so wonderful. They’re part Tortoise, part Rachel Craven, and 100% adorable. We should all have her simple sewn goods in our kitchens and dining rooms!