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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Video short films "There's Hope" and "God's Cathedral" by Explore.org (Honouring Russell Means, Remembering a Legend)






Mitaku Oyasin, We Are All Related


Watch "God's Cathedral" (1:36 minutes)
Watch "There's Hope" (1:58 minutes)
"The world lost an historic figure this week. Revered for his selflessness and remarkable accomplishments, Russell Means has now joined his ancestors, but his impact will resonate for generations to come. He was a relentless activist and advocate for American Indian rights -- and an inspiration to us all. - explore.org

It is a complicated world, and yet it is simple. When someone chooses to make a difference with their life, it does not matter in the end if you agree with them or not - for giving love prevails and heals all wounds. We all join our ancestors in the cycle and circle of the end and the beginning, and the beginning of the end, and the end of the beginning. Russell Means chose to feel deeply about the change he wanted to be and see in the world. This is not the end, nor is it the beginning. Share moments of Russell Means passion for life to explore the connections between man and nature, which Russell knew well, and worked hard to defend. Never stop learning.

Russell Mean's website
Honouring The Life of Russell Means: His Family's Press Release

Financial contributions can be sent to:
TREATY Total Immersion Educational Endowment
Fund Administrative Office
P.O. Box 110
San José, New Mexico, USA 87565

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How you can help. 
Contact:
Tatanka Means
phone: +1-505-288-8390
Natalie Hand
phone: +1-605-441-0605

Russell Means:
movie career
history
The Republic of Lakotah
Blog
Russell Means Freedom.com


Image Credit: Ed Andrieski/Associated Press

Image Credit: Marcy Nighswander/Associated Press


Sunday, October 14, 2012

Video and Photography "Water Wigs" by Tim Tadder









"Water Wigs" are Tim Tadder's dynamic set of photographic art images, which use exploding shaped water balloons lit with a triad of colors, creating incredible splashes on the heads of bald women and men. The result is interesting and arresting "wigs" of water. 

Watch "The Making of Water Wigs"

Watch "Galileo, a German TV show about the 'Water Wigs' process"

Watch: Photographing Trapeze Artists "Under The Big Top"

Photography Book: Motion Air




Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Video and Photography of "Blow Job" by Tadao Cern (a.k.a. Tadas Černiauskas)

Blow Job Photos by Tadao Cern on Behance and Blow Job video on Tadas Cerniauskas' website


“I wanted to do something very fun for myself and the visitors, just laugh and have a good time. I was surprised that there were so many laid-back people who were not afraid to look funny! Spacious studio was bursting at the seams and everyone was crying with laughter, laughing at themselves and at each other. Everyone (and there were more than one hundred!) who dared to stand up in front of my lens that evening will remember this photo shoot for a long time and have an extraordinary shot in his album,” said Tadas Černiauskas. ABOUT and FACEBOOK


"In spring of 2010 I wanted to try something new and stopped being an architect. That 'something new' turned out to be photography. Wedding photography - to be exact (www.fotoperlas.lt) Today I travel around the world with my personal projects and commissions knowing that there is a lot more exiting stuff to be tried out. Don't be afraid to change something in your life, because for me that was one of the best decisions. If you'd like to know me better, or have any ideas about collaboration - please don't hesitate and contact me via emailfacebook or behanced." - Tadas Černiauskas aka Tadaocern


Tadao Cern aka Tadas Černiauskas ~ Vilnius, Lithuania