David Honnorat created The Great Map of Movieland, a delightful atlas showing 1,800 movies organized into regions by genres.
Films are marked as towns in four sizes: Movie, Must-see, Masterpiece, and Good remake(s). Here's a detail showing Costume Grove, Adventure Plains, and Drama Area:
The poster is two feet tall by three feet wide. It's fun to scroll around and be reminded of films, and it may even lead to a few good suggestions for your next viewing party.
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Years ago, Philip Anderson, founder of the great Cinefile Video store in Los Angeles, and designer Bob Bianchini created a genius line of t-shirts that combined the names of auteur directors with the iconic logos of excellent bands: Herzog/Danzig, Bunuel/Bahaus, etc. Today I just noticed this fantastic Stanley Kubrick shirt that references Kraftwerk’s Radio-Activity album! […]
The Flu (2013) is available as an Amazon Prime streaming movie. From the YouTube description: The Flu is the first ever South Korean disaster film about a viral pandemic. It has been garnering much attention after being voted first place in “Most Anticipated Film” survey conducted by Nate for August with a whopping 47%. The […]
My only complaint about Pixar’s new film Soul is that is doesn’t come out until June 19. Here’s the description: Joe Gardner is a middle-school band teacher who gets the chance of a lifetime to play at the best jazz club in town. But one small misstep takes him from the streets of New York […]
Paralysis by analysis. It’s the phenomenon that happens when you’re so stuck on thinking through all the ramifications of your actions that you don’t actually take action in the first place. That can happen with all this free time you’re spending stuck inside your house. With literally every home-bound option available to you, it’s easy […]
At this point, it’s every single person’s responsibility to reduce their own carbon footprint and transition to a more sustainable lifestyle. But if you consider the grim fact that the biggest culprit of greenhouse gas emissions from human activities in the U.S. is burning fossil fuels for electricity, things, like pivoting to metal straws and […]
Companies that don’t have their own in-house design teams (which means 99 percent of all companies these days) face lots of serious questions. Among those questions is how you keep up with all the design requirements of a 21st-century company without the personnel. It isn’t just a website or an annual product catalog anymore. It’s […]