All of the nerds on all of the Internet are a-buzz with speculation now that the official cast of Star Wars Episode VII has been released. There are the obvious choices—the Fords and the Hamills and the Fishers—but there’s an interesting variety of newcomers. One of which is the ever-mysterious Daisy Ridley, an actress with no evident past.
That is, of course, except for a clip from UNIT9. Check it out after the jump.
UNIT9 has several projects nominated in the 18th annual Webby Awards. While I did not work on any of these projects personally, I am proud to know and work along side those who did. Check out what we’ve got going after the jump (and then VOTE!).
FITC Awards 2014 finalists have been announced and UNIT9 has a few projects on the list. Artism is nominated for Digital installation and Just A Reflektor is nominated for the Innovation Award & Technical Excellence.
I have this friend who is very talented with a camera. He also lives in Nepal. He and his friends are trying to bring an Art Museum to Nepal, for children. It’s an extremely nobel pursuit, and one that’s very close to my heart. Bringing art to children is imperative, even though it seems silly (but in all likely hood, because it is silly). Take a look:
There’s something perfect about Portico, the debut EP from Wisconsin based Softly, Dear. The opening track—aptly titled “Portico”—is a 40 second intro that sets a melodic, nigh-dreamy tone. For those of us who don’t know, the word “portico” is in … Continue reading →
So I just moved to Nashville, and I want to make some more posters for local events and concerts. Above is a gallery of a few of my favorites, but if you’re interested then you should also check out my illustrations … Continue reading →
This baby panda is adorable. 20 historic photos, now with color. Jack Handy invented Twitter. I really hope that Simon Pegg will be Ant Man. The best engagement photos ever. It’s always sunny on Tatooine. Aaron Paul did an AMA. … Continue reading →
This is the first in a series of pop culture essays. It is written by an anonymous contributor to Boy Android. by Paladin215 When I was growing up there was a phenomenon and running joke that the black guy died first in … Continue reading →