"Apocrifa Art Magazine is a quarterly digital magazine about contemporary art, visual culture and literature. Founded in 2007 in Guadalajara, Mexico, the ezine is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in art on mono-thematic issues. Now in its ninth year, Apocrifa, delivers highquality content, providing its professional readership a particular vision of art. Consistently covering a field as broad as art itself, poetry, literature, plastic arts, performing arts, exhibitions, street art, video, animation and motion graphics from every angle."
On their final trial as village LOOKOUTS™, a troop of young scouts are ambushed by the very creature they were hunting. After a violent battle the lone survivor, Pehn, escapes into the shadows of the Eyrewood™, a mysterious and deadly forest that is home to all manner of wild creatures. The most horrifying of all is the Basilisk, a winged titan with the power to turn its prey into stone. This is the beast the troop of LOOKOUTS™ were seeking, and now it hunts for Pehn.
Director Bennett Johnson, along with the support of production company All:Expanded, has found yet another captivating story to tell. In “Coach Pamz”, which will be available on Bennett Johnson’s Vimeo channel on August 29, 2016, the director travelled with Cinematographer David Kruta to the Bronx and Spanish Harlem to document the turbulent yet triumphant life of street football legend Coach Pamz and his notorious team, Carver Mobb.
Official music video for Cass. ‘Murph’s Dream’ from his LP ‘Magical Magical’. Filmed with 5D in and macro lens who gives this meditative and minimalistic atmosphere. Every drop of ink dissolves in the water and slowly disappears giving every second an infinity of unique forms. Reaching deep into the granular structure of the sounds, Cass. creations turns out to be a constant variation of continuous uniqueness, leading you down its dark corridors to a soft resting space where the invisible world suddenly appears.
Directed by Jacob Rigaux
Photography by Laura Nielen
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"Do today's young people have a right to be angry about the world they've inherited? Two schoolboys use poetry and a selfie stick to confront the problems facing the world."
"We are award-winning idea makers, photographers and cinematographers who are just playing around to get the most out of our creative minds by promoting our small studio Butik. We shoot atmospheric teasers of Butik. and the stuff we love."
Directors and Designers Ferran Capo and Clim paired up to create this surrealist short film to promote Vuerich’s sunglasses. Under the concept “Light is the Enemy” we have explored visual and ambient ways to represent the build up of tension between our protagonist, the eye and our antagonist, the light. The art direction is based on a graphic Memphis design style mixed with a Dadaism influence. Playing with the abstract, impossible and bizarre to intrigue and amuse our viewers, Vuerich is a film inspired by a surrealists view of a world filled with irrational and at times humorous, juxtapositions.