“I am the Ocean” is a story about fishing and the harm mankind brings to the sea. This short film is the bachelor thesis of Sebastian Hilgetag who studied Communications Design in Potsdam (FHP). The Second member of the team was Marie Havemann, who helped with the concept and created the entire audiovisual part of the film.
There are a lot of shipwrecks in Sydney’s Homebush Bay, near the Olympic village, but none quite like the SS Ayrfield, also known as “The Floating Forest” for the lush mangrove vegetation that now covers its rusty hull. The SS Ayrfield, was a collier ship built in England in 1911 and used by the Commonwealth Government during World War II to transport supplies to American troops in the Pacific. It was sold in 1950 and operated as a collier on the sixty-miler run between Newcastle and Sydney, until 1972 when the ship’s registration was canceled and it was sent to its final resting place, Homebush Bay. Read the rest of this entry →
Stylist Elena Mora has teamed up with photographer Karsten Wegenerto, to create this impressive series of Ricettario – “A balanced diet”, which bizarrely lined ingredients for different dishes. Read the rest of this entry →
A desert metropolis built on gambling, vice and other forms of entertainment, in just a century of existence Las Vegas has drawn millions of visitors and trillions of dollars in wealth to southern Nevada. The city was founded by ranchers and railroad workers but quickly found that its greatest asset was not its springs but its casinos. Las Vegas’s embrace of Old West-style freedoms—gambling and prostitution—provided a perfect home for East Coast organized crime. Beginning in the 1940s, money from drugs and racketeering built casinos and was laundered within them. Visitors came to partake in what the casinos offered: low-cost luxury and the thrill of fantasies fulfilled. Read the rest of this entry →
People who love reading are frequently disappointed by the movie versions of their favorite books. There have been some great films made from books, but typically, movie versions of books tend to frustrate readers because they are not just like the book. When a film director works from an adapted screenplay, the results are not the same as reading the book, for various reasons. For example, a film that precisely follows a novel likely would be too long for most audiences to sit through at a single showing, so some things must be left out. Also, a book can easily convey things to the reader that are much more difficult for a movie to convey, such as background information about the setting, the history and nature of characters’ relationships or even what characters are thinking at certain times. Read the rest of this entry →
Fastest car in the world with highest safety. Now days there are so many car manufacturers in the world. When we think about a car, then most probably we analyze about it’s speed, design, color, price, mileage, breaking system and comfort etc. Read the rest of this entry
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