This is beautiful. From Jacket Copy and Coudal Partners, a video in 3,000 photos of the creation of 35 handcrafted copies of one woman’s book, “The Complex of All Things.” Though I’m not one to harp on the death of print (not to be confused with the death of print corporations, plz), the intricacy of this process is astounding and my head newly spins at the thought of Google Books, Twitter fests, and micro-blogging and I want to holler, “slow […]
(thanks Maggie Serota)
Seriously, could Bishop Allen be any less “indie darling” (see soundtrack for Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist)? Now they have a video for their song “Shanghaied”, starring a bunny rabbit, and member Justin Rice is set to star in a film about a depressed songwriter called Harmony and Me. I’m just waiting for a graphic novel based off the bands songs to claim that this is the indie Jesus. Listen: Bishop Allen – “Dimmer“
There has been no shortage of worship for Paul Simon’s Graceland in the last few years, but there is something a little more special about our favorite Swede, Jens Lekman, covering what (due to the mentioned Chevy Chase involvement) might be the most misunderstood song on the entire album.