This video was made for the Vimeo Weekend challenge: One to One Hundred.
Just another weekend tennis match in the life of a ambitious recreational tennis player. I managed to shoot almost everything myself except for a few scenes of me walking.
Filmed with a hacked GF2 and a Canon FD 50mm f1,4 lens.
“Prelude No. 4” by Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com)
A little video I made for my younger brother and his wife. And a small indication of what’s to come: videos and short films instead of paintings.
The following paintings are for sale and all the money will be donated to charity. You can choose yourself how much you want to donate, starting at 800 SEK.
I highly recommend this artist and his two albums “The wild hunt” and “Shallow grave”. His voice sounds alot like Bob Dylan, only better, and his guitar playing is superb. Right now both albums are going on repeat on my stereo, on my portable device and in my head and functions as inspiration for my next exhibition (more info on that will come soon, really soon).
So be sure to check him out, The tallest man on earth. If you´re going to listen to one track on his myspace page, listen to “I won’t be found”. You can also buy and download the albums on emusic.com.
I just realised that this blog post looks alot like I am promoting emusic.com and The tallest man on earth. This is of course not the case. But if, by any chance, they see this and wants to give me alot of money for mentioning them – feel free to do so…😉
Just wanted to let you know the good news. My first exhibition in five years is about to become reality. All that is left is a few details and of course me finishing my paintings. So I can’t give you a date just yet, but I can say that if all goes well I will display my latest work sometime this fall.
I will post more info about this soon when everything is more clear to me. I’ll leave you with this Abraham Lincoln qoute as an explanation to my five exhibition free years: Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.