letterboxd:

Today we’re beyond thrilled to announce a partnership with The Dissolve, a fantastic new film criticism site from the team behind Pitchfork.

I’m very excited that our Letterboxd embeds are finally live — the Pitchfork guys have done a fantastic job on the new Dissolve site, and it’s a great place to read about film. You can read more about the partnership over on their site :)

letterboxd:

Today we’re beyond thrilled to announce a partnership with The Dissolve, a fantastic new film criticism site from the team behind Pitchfork.

I’m very excited that our Letterboxd embeds are finally live — the Pitchfork guys have done a fantastic job on the new Dissolve site, and it’s a great place to read about film. You can read more about the partnership over on their site :)

620 Chair programme by Dieter Rams. Just putting this here after having to Google forever to find it after forgetting what it was called.

P.s. I want one.

X CD Shelf #1 by HandMadeFont, made out of concrete with a steel frame. I’d love a larger version of this for books — I don’t see my CDs sticking around for so long…

X CD Shelf #1 by HandMadeFont, made out of concrete with a steel frame. I’d love a larger version of this for books — I don’t see my CDs sticking around for so long…

The latest issue of Offscreen magazine has just been announced (you can order a copy direct from the website), and as per usual it features an amazing lineup. I was privileged to have been asked to contribute in a small way this issue, and jumped at the chance to be a part of it :)

The latest issue of Offscreen magazine has just been announced (you can order a copy direct from the website), and as per usual it features an amazing lineup. I was privileged to have been asked to contribute in a small way this issue, and jumped at the chance to be a part of it :)

mcbess:

Got to work with CRCR on this commercial for DEEZER, sometime you just get lucky, but “a real man makes his own luck “, Billy Zane Titanic .

Hot stuff. This kind of thing always looks so free-form, but it must actually take a hell of a lot of planning and storyboarding.

Recent work by Guim Tió. (via supersonicelectronic)

Recent work by Guim Tió. (via supersonicelectronic)

So I found a cute picture of a dog today on the internet, as you do. It was credited to a blog post, but the original blog post was completely absent of a credit for the image (as is so often the case). While I wanted to post it on my blog (because everyone needs cute dogs, right?), I didn’t want to do so without giving due props to the creator. Here’s where the fantastic ?¿ src-img bookmarklet comes in.

If you haven’t used this before, it’s a fantastic little tool created by Jarred Bishop and Hayden Hunter which will overlay links on images that, when clicked, take you to a Google Image search and more often than not turns up the original image (though sometimes it will still take you a few clicks to find out, especially if the image has been pinned on a billion Pinterest walls).

As it turns out, the dog photo is by Thomas Hole (who also has a Tumblr and took some great photos of a 2012 round-the-world trip that included New Zealand). The photo is All Rights Reserved, so rather than posting the original image here I’m instead showing the overlay view you get when running the ?¿ src-img bookmarklet.

Kids — ALWAYS ATTRIBUTE, ALL THE TIME.

So I found a cute picture of a dog today on the internet, as you do. It was credited to a blog post, but the original blog post was completely absent of a credit for the image (as is so often the case). While I wanted to post it on my blog (because everyone needs cute dogs, right?), I didn’t want to do so without giving due props to the creator. Here’s where the fantastic ?¿ src-img bookmarklet comes in.

If you haven’t used this before, it’s a fantastic little tool created by Jarred Bishop and Hayden Hunter which will overlay links on images that, when clicked, take you to a Google Image search and more often than not turns up the original image (though sometimes it will still take you a few clicks to find out, especially if the image has been pinned on a billion Pinterest walls).

As it turns out, the dog photo is by Thomas Hole (who also has a Tumblr and took some great photos of a 2012 round-the-world trip that included New Zealand). The photo is All Rights Reserved, so rather than posting the original image here I’m instead showing the overlay view you get when running the ?¿ src-img bookmarklet.

Kids — ALWAYS ATTRIBUTE, ALL THE TIME.

OH MY GOD. YES. Photo by Dino Dalle Carbonare. (via vinh)

OH MY GOD. YES. Photo by Dino Dalle Carbonare. (via vinh)

Letterboxd News: Intermission #2.

letterboxd:

Until recently, Polish-born Marcin Wichary could be found at Google, where he spent time in several of the company’s key product groups, and assisted in the creation of many of its best-loved interactive Google doodles. […] In reply to one of his many helpful Letterboxd feedback emails, we snuck in a few questions for him.

We just posted an entertaining interview with Marcin, one of our earliest beta testers. If you haven’t read his account of tracking down a building from Sneakers, it’s well worth the read :)