Forget about sweetness, it’s time for some action! The hilarious SNL action remake trailer will show you Bambi like you’ve never seen it before. Starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Bambi, Vin Diesel as Thumper, Tyrese Gibson as skunk Flower and Michelle Rodriguez as Faline. Ludacris is in the soundtrack with the fresh hit “wham, bam, bambi!”
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“Once upon a time in a town called Merryville… comes the story of Grumpleton. This black comedy short in centred around the grumpiest man in the world, who just so happens to be living in the happiest place on Earth. It’s fun, it’s humorous, it’s weird, and it looks amazing! It is Grumpleton.”
“Jellyfish Eyes tells the story of Masashi, a young boy who moves to a sleepy town in the Japanese countryside with his mother in the wake of a natural disaster. After returning home from his new elementary school one day, Masashi discovers a flying jellyfish-like creature whom he befriends and names Kurage-bo. Masashi soon discovers that all his classmates have similarly magical pets, known as F.R.I.E.N.D.s, which are controlled by electronic devices that the children use to battle one another. Despite their playful appearances, however, these F.R.I.E.N.D.s turn out to be part of a sinister plot that will threaten the entire town.”
How will the Universe die?
Everybody dies. The universe too? Well, probably. What are the current theories about the end of everything? And how creepy exactly are these theories? (Spoiler: very creepy). But there might be hope…
Philipp Dettmer is an information designer based in Munich, Germany.
‘I lend visual form to complex subjects from all kinds of fields. Using educational film, infographics and illustrations, I strive not only to make knowledge more accessible to audiences, but also to convey memorable insights and reveal new connections within the subject matter’
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Since helping to make the animated GIF a legitimate photographic editorial medium, Pamela and Matthew (aka Reed + Rader) have continued to imagine the digital possibilities in video, virtual worlds, and both internet based and physical interactive installations. Regardless of medium, Pamela and Matthew’s work is about the playful connectedness of the internet where everyone wears a mask and can be anyone, anything, and anywhere they can imagine in their digital dreams.