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I have met many filmmakers who were avid skateboarders in their teens; some remain so today. Although scientists have yet to find a link between the two activities, but as they both encourage people to find their own personal style, you can see why there there is a connection.
Of course, filmmaking and skateboarding go together like peanutbutter and jelly. And my favorite city is always the bread for two great tastes, as this film proves.
Skateboarding is a bit challenging in New York City, particularly when you have a board like this…
Yes it’s true, we love time lapse photography. We love watching the process of how things come together. It’s really great to see it with a painting though because you can see how the artist’s ideas change over time. They keep their CREATIVITY engine running at all times, taking the painting further. It’s pretty exciting to see what new ideas they come up with along the way.Tweet