LOST IN SHADOW





A boy, severed from his body, must travel back up a monstrous and mysterious tower as a shadow. He has to overcome all of the obstacles that await him in order to reclaim his body and become human once more.

Director Osamu Tsuchihashi conceived the idea behind Lost in Shadow from his memories of playing a childhood game of shadow tag with his friends. The Hudson Soft development team put the project to work creating a beautiful world traversed through shadow. The gameplay and physics of the game are phenomenal, presenting you with new twists and challenges the farther you go. The environments are very vibrant and rich with detail, complimented by a wonderful score. If you’ve ever wished you could live the life of a shadow for a day, this is the game for you. Lost in Shadow is definitely a must have for media fans of all kinds. I give it a big Be Nice Art Friends thumbs up!

DUTCH KILLS – DRINKS


Brandon Friend
Queens Park Swizzle
Imprinted Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
19″ x 10″
2009



Brandon Friend
Old Fashioned
Imprinted Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
10″ x 10″
2009



Brandon Friend
Horse’s Neck
Acrylic / Mixed Media on Canvas
19″ x 10″
2009



Brandon Friend
Ward 8
Imprinted Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
10″ x 10″
2009

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DUTCH KILLS – ICE TRILOGY

Dutch Kills Ice/Trilogy from Shlomo M. Godder on Vimeo.


Dutch Kills is by far the best place to have a drink in NYC or anywhere for that matter. Experience a high level of class, environment and great spirits from Richard Boccato and his crew @ 27-24 Jackson Avenue Long Island City, NY 11101. It is truly a unique experience for the person who just has no idea what going out for drinks is really all about. Dutch Kills bar has commissioned several of my works which are permanently installed under glass on the establishments walls. They also collaborated recently with Anonymous Gallery for a special project during Armory Week. Big shot outs to the talented Matt Clark, Abraham and his stylish and fine work in this video and Karin Stanley for your brilliant inventions. Thanks Amanda, Ben and Zach for your extra friendly hospitality. You have all been too good to me. : )

BF