This is an awesome short questioning censorship made for a film festival in Maryland in 2007. The clips are from old movies that were cut out for being to racy at the time they were viewed. All of the pieces stitched together were found in an old theater somewhere in Pennsylvania.
We felt this was too good to pass up on the front page. Haroshi is a Japanese wood sculptor who creates three-dimensional art pieces from used and broken skateboard decks, in a “style that varies from mosaic to dots or pixels.” And the pieces are incredible. How amazing are those Dunks? Really great stuff.
Anytime a body of work from ESPO comes out, we like to see what the wild man of Coney Island has planned. He has some new pieces available at Show & Tell at the moment, and we like the looks of the piece above. Check out all the pieces here.