Public Theater, The New York Times, Ace Hotel, The Wall Street Journal, The Weinstein Company, Red Light Management, DirecTV, Ketel One, Saks 5th Avenue, Urban Outfitters, Banana Republic, Labyrinth Theater, Classic Car Club, Warner Brothers, Nike, Distrikt Hotel
Thanks to: Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine, Director) Jim Helton (Blue Valentine Editor, Ace Hotel Director) David O. Russell (Ketel One, Director) Todd Tilford (Ketel One / DTV, Creative Director) Josh Pearson/Radical Media (Nike, Editor) Brad Parker (Chernobyl Diaries, Director) Alberta Cross (Ketel One, Music) Erich Joiner (DirecTV, Director) Anthony Geernaert (LightWriting, Photographer)
Some Of Us Had Been Threatening Our Friend Colby
More Info at OurFriendColby.com
A RadicalMedia Production
Based on the story by Donald Barthelme
A Film by Chris Rubino
Screenplay by Ruby Rae Spiegel
Director of Photography Reed Morano
Edit by Jim Helton
Music by Craig Sutherland
Aerial Photography by JaegerSloan
Directed by Chris Rubino
Camera & Edit by Lu Caldarola
To celebrate the release of 'Lovers' Eyes (Mohe Pi Ki Najariya)', Damian Lazarus and the Ancient Moons have unveiled the video, shot in New York and directed by Chris Rubino. One of the year's more unique and distinctive electronic music releases, the track features Pakistan's leading Qawwali singers Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad and Hamza Akram, who appear together for the first time ever in the video.
Direction of 10 short videos profiling the winners of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards 2014.
The Winners include Ivan Chermayeff & Tom Geismar, Etsy, Brooks + Scarpa, Office, Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture, Narciso Rodriguez, LUNAR, Witold Rybczynski, Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors, and Aaron Koblin.
Camera by Louis Caldarola
7" x 9"
All photos taken from the "Something I Saw This Week" series
For Purchase HERE
The Distrikt Hotel is located in Midtown Manhattan.
32 floors, A unique lightbox is dedicated to each floor
Architecture by OTTE ARCHITECTURE
Distrikt Logo By Tank Industries
Wartella's STRIP SHOW: 25 Years of Comix, Controversy & Copyright Infringement
Retrospective memoir from NYC cult-cartoonist M. Wartella featuring long-out-of-print alt-weekly newspaper comics from the 90s and beyond.
This 12"x12" coffee table book is more than just a retrospective of grind-your-mind underground art, it's Wartella's personal account of his journey and struggle to follow his childhood dream of becoming a cartoonist.
Published by Burger Records. Foreword by PES.
Lettering Design for Typography App inspired by the sidewalk sign paintings in New York's Chinatown.
Download the App at Notegraphy.com
Photography by Anthony Geernaert
All Locations in Sydney Australia
Posters for Plays by Philip Seymour Hoffman, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Eric Bogosian, Jose Rivera, John Patrick Shanley & others
All plays produced by Labyrinth Theater & The New York Public Theater
Exhibition Catalog featuring Young Kim, Jose Parla, Rey Parla, Rostarr, Deanne Cheuk & Davi Russo
Published By Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Event invitations to public art projects
produced by Creative Time
The Lovephoma short was created using found heart photos taken by
Laura Wineteer & Chris Rubino
Directed by Chris Rubino
Edited by Lu Caldarola
Music - "rotator" by Moby
more info at lovephoma.org