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Artists Cover up Leaked Celebrity Nudes in The Unfappening

Artists Cover up Leaked Celebrity Nudes in The Unfappening

There’s no doubt the resent releases of hacked celebrity nudes is going to change a few things. Laws are being questioned, the cloud is being questioned (it was always too confusing for me to use in first place), a moral spotlight has been cast on the topic of leaked nudes and the promotion of rape culture is at the forefront like never before – perhaps because there were lots of people involved in this, or because the people involved this time (men and women) are highly regarded by society, unlike Pam Anderson years ago, or Paris Hilton back in the day, or even Kim a few years ago. There was also the question of financial gain relating to the release of those sex tapes, a point that’ll put you on the wrong side of the argument now. But those are all questions for another day. The fact is, this story is everywhere. Not all angles are negative though. The Unfappening is a collection of the leaked images covered up by artists, and it’s open for submission. Whether it’s just for fun, or to raise awareness, you’re allowed to look without being accused of supporting rape.
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Casey Neistat Checks Out The Bleaker Side of The Queues For The iPhone 6 in New York

Casey Neistat Checks Out The Bleaker Side of The Queues For The iPhone 6 in New York

I remember when these tech queues, especially those for the iPhones, were a bunch of tech nerds frothing at the mouth to get the latest phone. The queues are looking pretty dismal nowadays, or at least the ‘re-sale’ side of things. Casey Neistat spent close to 24 hours focusing on this growing side of things, a product of todays consumer based society.
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On a Tiny Budget Motion City Films and Bangers & Nash Take a Silver Loerie in Branded Content Category for Red Huxley’s #RoadToRancho

On a Tiny Budget Motion City Films and Bangers & Nash Take a Silver Loerie in Branded Content Category for Red Huxley’s #RoadToRancho

Last year Kim of Motion City Films and I followed Red Huxley to Joshua Tree, California, to document the month long recording of their first studio album at the infamous Rancho de la Luna recording studio. Red Huxley covered their costs via crowd funding, and Kim and I partnered with Nokia and MK to cover ours. We traveled with the band for a month, covering every part of the process. It was without a doubt one of the best campaign I have ever worked on. In fact, I don’t even see it like that. It was one of the greatest experiences of my life, and felt nothing like work. The award means little to me, but the fact that a branded content campaign that only had a budget of R60 000 can stand up in a wanky awards thing like The Loeries, gives me hope. Huge budgets, bought space, and ‘viral’ campaigns don’t guarantee success. Good stories and simple ideas work. Thanks for the experience Red Huxley, Kim and Helen (Motion City Films), and Matthew – who also won Young Creative of the year. Check out the #RoadToRancho campaign here, and nine episodes below. Full list of winners here.
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Here’s The Trailer for Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz

Here’s The Trailer for Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz

Two of my current favourites, Amy Adams (five-time Oscar nominee) and Christoph Waltz (two-time winner), team up for director Tim Burton’s Big Eyes. The story of artist Walter Keane, who became famous by taking credit for his wife’s paintings. The two were one of the first mass-marketed art sensations in the 1950s and early ’60s. Big Eyes opens December 25, 2014.
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