Madlib & J Dilla in Brazil, 2005. Photo by B+
"The photos B+ captured of Dilla have become the some of the most definitive images of the producer. In another, he got Madlib & Dilla together on a short trip to Brazil in 2005. We planned to get pictures for Donuts, but Dilla’s unstable health during that time caused him to cut the trip short.” - Jeff Jank / Stones Throw
And this is even more impressing. The song is brilliant already. But seeing it performed all live, is mesmerising.
This guy is intense! Goose bumps when he kicks off E=MC2! Speaking of a J Dilla Tribute!
This song made my day. The launch website is pretty genuis too. No rims, half dressed women or big cars, just real people dancing to the beat.
I’ve never been a huge cartoon fan, but this one made me laugh.
Q Tip never stops surprising…
Learning how to think like this is like discovering halfway through your life as a flightless bird that you have wings and can fly. And once you discover it, there is no going back. It’s addictive and powerful. It ruins your ability to be a worker bee, because you’ve tasted blood: you become a killer bee, intent on understanding why things are the way they are, finding their flaws, and pushing the universe forward by fixing them.
The most dangerous thought you can have as a creative person, is to think that you know what you’re doing.
Brilliant presentation on how the essence of programming hasn’t changed since the very beginning.
This just made my day. Love this style!
That small little bright dot underneath the rings is Earth. The image was taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. Tiny we are.
An 8 ton killer wail jump 4.5m high after chasing a dolphin for 2 hours. Mother nature, you truly genuinely rock.
(Source: Daily Mail)
I saw Gmunk at OFFF 2013 last week, and apart from the amazing work he has created for Tron Legacy and Oblivion, I was mostly blown away by this project: a triangle consisting of 3 LED panels, carefully controlled by programmed animations. He could just as well have done this via CGI, but the fact that this has been in made for real, makes it very impressive.