31 ago. 2011

Piano stairs

                                                                                                       To Nomsai ;)

20 ago. 2011

Bob Dylan - Blowing in the Wind

"How many roads must a man walk down 
Before you call him a man?
Yes, and how many seas must a white dove sail
Before she sleeps in the sand?
Yes, and how many times must the cannon balls fly
Before they're forever banned?
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind,
The answer is blowing in the wind.

How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
Yes, and how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes, and how many deaths will it take till he knows
That too many people have died?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowing in the wind.

How many years can a mountain exist
Before it's washed to the sea?
Yes, and how many years can some people exist
Before they're allowed to be free?
Yes, and how many times can a man turn his head,
Pretending he just doesn't see?
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind,
The answer is blowing in the wind."

10 ago. 2011


ROBERT SHOWALTER started in 3D as a hobbyist until he found his first freelance job creating photo-realistic cars. Only then, did it occur to him that pursuing his passion of creating animated films might be more attainable than he thought. Those other potential carreer paths (Math teacher, mechanical engineer, professional basketball player) paled in comparison. Robert later attended Ringling College of Art and Design where he meet many of his future MoonBot buddies for the first time. In 2010 he interned at Walt Disney Animation as a lighter and completed his first animated short, "origins", the following year. The short earned him the Presidents Award as well as recognition from the National Board of Review. Robert considers MoonBot Studios a foster home of artistic-storytellers, and he fits right in.
RICK MEREKI made the three short films during his travels to 11 countries in 44 days are making the rounds on the internet today, like that featuring Andrew Lees, who walks the farthest hundred yards imaginable in the film "Move."
The film "Learn" shows the preternaturally handsome Lees being good at activities all over the world, including tangoing, rock climbing and wine tasting. In "Eat", a parade of spectacular dishes are placed before the viewer, who may break his hand trying to reach through the screen.