New Project – Imaginapped

Currently working on a new project coming soon. For more info check out our Indiegogo site. All help would be greatly appreciated. 

New Website

I have been getting requests for a website with some basic info and portfolio links on it, so I decided to put one together in Wix. It’s not the prettiest sight, but it’s simple and does the trick.

Also. It’s 2013. Finally. 2012 was hashtag great, but I unfortunately forgot/neglected this blog. I’ll try to post more (and better). 

(Oh who am I kidding)

How to Babysit

I case you didn’t know, I’m a professional babysitter.

Bye Bye Jar Jar & Teenage Potter

More PistolShrimps.

Controversial Rage Faces

A couple of weeks ago we released this video on our YouTube channel:

It quickly became one of our most seen videos, but also one of our most controversial. The comment section turned into a battle ground between different sites (4chan vs Reddit vs 9gag vs Funnyjunk).

From a Media Science perspective this clash of «user based titans» is highly fascinating.

Rage comics originated on 4chan and then spread across the internet, growing/changing with each new user base. So for a lot of people there is this feeling of other sites taking something unique and special, and ruining it.

Personally I would love to see someone in academia do research on this type of internet culture.

Occupy the Afterlife

Each of my directing classes demand that I make a short film as a final assignment. Last fall had a deadly taste of work overload, and so I had to put together a project rather quickly in the end of January.

Quick projects are often the most fun to make though. And this was just a blast. I wrote the whole thing based on my friends Christoph and Kevin.

And.. Of course I went with.. Ghosts.

Check it out here:

Playing With The Gregory Brothers

We started up a new season of PistolShrimps in February, and for our first video we were lucky enough to get help from some of our internet favorites, The Gregory Brothers.

Evan Gregory made a sweet 80s-workout-montage remix of the LOTR theme, with help from Alexander Foote. Check it out here: