Imagine discomfort. It’s 3a.m., and you’re sitting in the back of a long-distance bus. The man sitting next to you scratches his whale-sized belly and giggles as he sleeps. The bathroom door keeps slamming open, and the smell of urine tinged with vomit wafts into your nostrils.
Bottle that experience and you have baijiu,[...]
Isaac Stone Fish really nails it, then goes on to profile the people trying to bring the above experience to the west.
Also: Make time for the video.
Youtube and online video have done wonderful things for creativity and comedy. This is a mediocre example of that:
“The Boneyard” is a US Air Force facility that is the final resting place for thousands of US military aircraft. It hangs off the side of Davis Monthan Air force base in Tucson, just down the street from my elementary school.
The coolest thing to ever happen with The Boneyard was I’m really fond of
Boneyard from Andrew Arthur Breese on Vimeo.
I know it’s military propaganda / advertising, but there’s a lot of human history in those planes, and I think this captures it well.
But let’s offset the MURICA! of the above with an amazing art project, which I spotted a few years ago and promptly forgot about.
THE BONEYARD PROJECT: RETURN FLIGHT from Jason Wawro on Vimeo.
Any surface can be art and any moment can be artful. There are tons more videos, photos and words from this series at The Boneyard Projects website,.
found via Flightclub and makeblog
I have no words, this is just awesome.
via Adweek’s AdFreak and my friend Ahsan on FB.