— Nike is back with another epic, jaw dropping commercial. This time it’s pimping Kobe Bryant’s shoes in a Robert Rodriguez-directed piece. Enjoy “The Black Mamba”.
— There’s a comic about Facebook founder Marc Zuckerberg. Canadian comic production company Bluewater Productions released the it written by Jerome Maida and illustrated by Sal Field. No comment because he could buy me 500 times over. Via mashable.com.
— The only way to be memorialized (Note: this actually happened). Thanks to Geekologie:
— Saw this on Chase Jarvis’ Blog. It’s a photo project from Irina Werning that recreates childhood photos with the subject all grown up. It’s a great idea with so much attention to detail it frustrates me I can’t be that focused.
— Had this emailed to me…It’s three old French guys dueling with lightsabers. You might want to take precaution with the bad language…That is, if you speak French.
— Finally, another incredible video by Freddy Wong. This time, he brings Mario Kart (if you had a Nintendo 64, then you had this game) to life with great special effects. Somebody give this guy a Hollywood movie to direct! Thanks to FStoppers.
End your week the right way. With some fun stuff we found online. Here’s an assortment of things and stuff:
— As part of a California art gallery’s tribute to John Hughes, an artist made a Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Board Game print. Original piece comes with dice, counters and rules of play. A little run of smaller copies will also be available at the gallery during the show.
— The first ad for the PSP Phone is here. And it’s kinda scary. Via albotas.com
— Got this courtesy of Chase Jarvis’ Blog Full of amazing imagery and inspiring narration, this should be mandatory viewing for anyone in a creative field.
— Wired’s YouTube has a great “How To” video for taking on the street photographs and the results are quite interesting. Plus, it makes for a intensely personal portrait series if done correctly. Via F Stoppers