Evidently the goal of trick or treating was for adults to bribe the scary children masses away from they front door. Yeah, no shit. What most people don’t know is Halloween is actually a confluence of a slew of religious celebrations – like Hallowmas, All Saint’s Day, Dia De Los Muertos (November 1st and 2nd), the Roman feast of Pomona, and the celtic festival of Samhain (summer’s End).
It hasn’t always been naughty french maids and dollar store masks but, wow, until recently, this was one dark ass holiday…
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You really should watch this in full screen.
Directed By Wilding/Augusto
Produced by George Augusto and Michael Shifflett
Cinematography/Editing by Andrew Wilding
Featuring Gregory Rogove and Frankie Ingrassia
Music: “Carolyn” by Greg Rogove and “Shaker Loops” by John Adams
Stumbled across this little project from German designer Tilman this morning. Every day, he posts a unique, simple geometric design to his tumblr. Josef Albers would be proud. Check out some of of my personal favorites and how he makes them after the jump.
Science, hell yeah! Mixing factoids with quirky visuals, these brilliant spots make me want to visit Science World the next time I’m in Vancouver (which isn’t as nearly as often as I need.) Anybody want a sofa crasher for a few days?! Some super inspiring work from the last couple years for Science World by agency Rethink Canada.
Yeah, these are oil paintings and they’re kinda brilliant.
Just in time for the weekend, some outstanding 1960′s anarchist periodical covers by British designer Rufus Segar completed between 1961 and 1970.
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