Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tupac’s guest appearance at Coachella 2012

Many would have loved the opportunity to see Tupac live in concert, and for the first time since his death in 1996 he has made his comeback in the form of a hologram. 

Dr. Dre was the man responsible for this epic performance and it’s said that he sought approval from Afeni Shakur (Tupac’s mother) before embarking on a laborious four month collaboration between James Cameron’s Digital Domain, U.K. based Musion Systems and AV Concepts, who were the hologram-imaging company responsible for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", and the youthful version of Jeff Bridges in "TRON: Legacy".

“While the actual specifics of how the hologram works are under wraps until after the festival closes, in an interview with Dr. Dre last week on Los Angeles radio station Power 106 revealed that Coachella organizers had given the rapper a "blank cheque" to do whatever he wanted for his weekend sets”. 

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Do you think this sort of trickery is just a creepy cash grab that rides on the back of a dead artist’s success? Or do you believe that this sort of breakthrough is actually pushing the entertainment envelope to provide quality performances to those who never had the opportunity to see their favourite stars on stage? Could this mean that we might see the return of legends like Michael Jackson and Dean Martin?
If the video wasn't enough to satisfy your holographic needs then you can keep up to date with the latest by following Hologram Tupac on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/HologramTupac/ 

Monday, April 2, 2012

CHALK|WORKS - Art is a lifestyle.

The average time that a person spends driving to work is about 20 minutes each way. 
If you feel confined by the routine of your daily commute then perhaps it’s time for some improvisation.

Neil Prasad took the creative road when deciding on a paint scheme for his BMW.
The solution was chalkboard paint which is a thicker type of coating that dries to form a layer which allows you to write on the surface over and over again. Art can be a lifestyle when you focus on what experiences you want to have and how you want to live, instead of what you own.


Co-driver Couch

For most people, a chair is a necessity that prevents you from eating on the floor or watching movies while standing up. Lounges are items that usually end up dumped on people’s front lawns for the taking or at an op shop somewhere trying to hide their stains in order to find a new home. A foldable futon sofa bed and the front seats from an old Mercedes Benz have helped to create a lounge that’s guaranteed to rev up any entertainment experience.

Mercedes car couch.
Just like going to the Cinema..