process

Process

Times they are a’changin’ for creative technologies. It feels like everyday some old, “analog” process that we know and love is on the brink of extinction. This short film explores the difficulty of making movies in modern times – a strange juxtaposition between technological abundance and creative lacking. Keep in mind, it’s a film that…

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Soloshot camera surf filmmaking

Making It: John O’Callaghan from SOLOSHOT

In today’s world of social media, we are obsessed with ourselves, sharing photos and videos of everything we are doing. But aren’t you tired of those same “selfies” where a person holds their phone or camera out in front of their face and “snap!”? Enter SOLOSHOT: a group of like-minded surfers who put their heads together…

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Interview: Trent Mayol of SmartDeco

Interview: Trent Mayol of SmartDeco

The fellas at SmartDeco Furniture are thinking outside the box…no pun intended….taking a material most of us don’t really think about other then when we are packing boxes or ordering a pizza, and have begun making some pretty cool furniture from it. In fact, since cardboard is so lightweight and strong, yes strong, there are tons of…

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Malakye.com Interviews Cyrus about his on thoughts on Kickstarter

Malakye.com Interviews Cyrus about his on thoughts on Kickstarter

The action sports job website Malakye.com just posted an interview with some creative individuals including Cyrus Sutton about their thoughts on using Kickstarter as a means to get funding for creative ideas. ///////// If you’re a creative type and you haven’t heard of Kickstarter, the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects, do yourself a…

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Stop Censorship

Stop Censorship

We try to stay out of politics on Korduroy. My personal philosophy is one of self-empowerment and I mostly ignore the multitude of issues swirling about. When I first heard about PIPA and SOPA, the proposed bills lobbied by the entertainment industry to supposedly protect the intellectual property rights of artists, I was irresolute. On…

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