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I’ve spent the past year pouring 100% of my time into filming this video and it’s finally set to release! In two weeks I’m having a premiere in Fullerton, Ca. Please click the reblog button to support this humbled dreamer.
Thank you everyone!
Expect full parts from Jason Rivera, Dylan Nahrwold (pictured above Switch Flipping), Deven Williams, and myself. You can see the teaser among other footage on my youtube channel @jaycubisrad
If Stuntmen from the old movies don’t have your full respect then I just don’t know what to say to you
Yo this so much. At the advent of cinema these people were literally willing to die for their art. It’s crazy, and awesome.
Also if you find this awesome, people go check out a 2006 movie called The Fall, about a 1920’s stuntman’s stay in hospital after a stunt gone wrong.
man things were wacky before color was invented
Remixed Pop Culture Illustrations by Edno Pereira Jr
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Such a cool artist!
This was never the plan. Before graduating I was offered a position at a well established brand-identity firm on the East coast, but school had left me exhausted with the idea of pursuing a career in the field. I was passionate about making films, though, so I turned down the job offer and went off to pursue my dream while delivering furniture on the side. After a year, the money dried up, and it became obvious to anyone with a set of eyes and ears that directing wasn’t my forte. I went back to work doing what I knew best, and for over a year and a half laid out catalogs and charts for biomedical equipment at a small agency near where I grew up. Eventually, the economy sagged, and my hours were steadily reduced until I was finally let go.
So I committed myself to making a movie poster a day. Or at least trying. I didn’t want to run away from my problems, but stewing in them only prolonged the mess I was in. My days needed focus and structure. All that mattered was finding purpose and making the process fun: to create a project similar to what I’d done in college, but without having to adhere to anyone’s definition of good design other than my own. This project was for me, and I had enough going on already that I didn’t need to throw hesitation or concern over other people’s opinion into the mix. But I did want to be held accountable to some degree, so all of the work was uploaded to a no frills website that only a few friends were given the address to.