The film illustrates how everyday people can realize their creative ambitions while remaining true to their culture through the use of technology.
A 46,000 sq. ft. environmental installaton created from 16 miles of reclaimed cotton fabric and twine that visually illustrates the cycles of nature. The process was repetitive, physical, and meditative, as each strand represents an individual thought. A winding path leads to a central dome from which one is disguised amongst the dense layers of white. On opening night the entire piece was illuminated with over 300 candles, connecting those who gathered there to that specific place and moment in time.
Specific to the Savannah Ogeechee Canal Nature Center & Historic Site.
campfire cologne??? anyone…
The film in question approaches their curation of handmade craft with quite a zen like nature, attune to the natural ways in which these items are all made. The project shown here uses the forest to inspire, inform, and drive elements of contemporary product and graphic design. It certainly lends itself to a slower more considered way of life, something which I’m constantly trying to apply to my own life, a concept found at home most frequently in, yes you guessed it, Japan. Of course there are other areas of the world where this approach can be applied, I just love how the Japanese entwine this within their culture, it seems just seems like the way it should be.
the most beautiful waterfalls in Slovenia
Samsara Trailer (Documentary 2012). From the creators of Baraka, the movie, directed by Ron Fricke, opens august 24th, 2012.
Rayya, Cahaya di Atas Cahaya [Teaser]
- Produser: Bayu Priyawan Djokosoetono, Lila Bayu, Dewi Umaya Rachman, Sabrang Mowo Damar Panuluh
- Sutradara: Viva Westi
- Penulis: Viva Westi, Emha Ainun Najib
- Pemeran: Titi Sjuman, Tio Pakusadewo, Arie Dagienkz, Alex Abbad, Verdi Solaiman, Masayu Anastasia
- Format syuting: 16mm
- Warna: Warna
- Bahasa: Indonesia
Strain Hunters India Expedition
this vid is absolutely amazing, the culture, the cultivation, the people, this war on drugs, how the goverment is trying to make live for them tougher. Big up to what you are doing
im from indonesia and what you have done here is simply astonishingly amazing. india is truly a land of mystery and bountiful treasures. if you guys do another expedition please open it up to us who are highly and extremely enthusiastic in learning more about our own culture.