Friday Smackdown: Stange Razor

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Bottles of cheap shaving cream lined the shelves, half of them roasted and exploded with a glancing laser. A countertop made with wood and old blades reflecting the glow of its eyes beneath the visor. Slowly sharpening the straight razor on its leather cheek, it jeered at us, then spit out these links.

Filip Hodas – This freelance 3D artist from Prague has a lot of great and interesting art, from experiments in surreal concrete structures to pop culture icons affected by time.

Painted over NES – Speaking of icons. Andrés Moncayo took screenshot of old NES and Super NES games, painting over them to make a modern version that really keeps the spirit of the original games.

Behind the Pen – Did you know the history behind the best-selling pen in the world? This tells the story of BIC, founded in 1945 by Baron Marcel Bich.

Photoshop plugins – A list of free Photoshop plugins for your web or graphic design needs. Ones I recommend – Fontea and PS Pen Panel.

S-e-c-r-e-t-s – If you love architecture, Spain and the Mediterranean, you’ll love this new collection of shots by Jeanette Hägglund, photographing Ricardo Bofill’s Muralla Roja in Calpe, Spain.

Godzilla – The first trailer in the new Godzilla anime set twenty thousand years in the future, releasing November in Japan and afterwards on Netflix. More on the new film here.

Football in the Future – The year is 17776. It’s game 3887. People stopped dying. Football has changed. Nine and Ten have been watching. Distopian literature at its finest. NSFW language.

The Endless – An absolutely visually stunning short from ArtFx. A strange phenomena starts within the sky when preparing to leave a tower in the sky. Making of here.

Opal Waltz – “An inflatable portrait of adolescence”, a track from Supernaive’s Debut EP “Dazed & Confused” and a film by Vincent Tsui. I suppose it’s relieving that they exit/escape the bounce house at the end.

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