Category: film

A Brief History of John Baldessari

I was surfing around the Atlantic last week when I stumbled on an article entitled The Man Who Burned Every Painting He Made Between 1953 and 1966. The article was a link to a 6 minute documentary of one of the most influential contemporary artists, John Baldessari. The film is a fun and informative part […]

The Ghost Is Back!

March and April have been busy months for ST8MNT, and also for Adrian Younge with two new releases: “Adrian Younge Presents The Delfonics” (a great listen, give it a try) and “Twelve Reasons To Die.” “Twelve Reasons To Die” is a concept album collaboration between rapper Ghostface Killah, composer Adrian Younge, and Adrian Younge’s band […]

Centrifuge Brain Project

The Centrifuge Brain Project fictional documentary premiered on Vimeo last January 27 based on writer, producer and director Till Nowak’s childhood fascination for the strange atmosphere of amusement parks. The video, starring Leslie Barany, is an incredibly well-written farse, highlighting what could well be called our imaginations’ greatest thrill rides. To bring these beasts to […]

Designing for War with National Geographic Channel

ST8MNT has a longstanding relationship with National Geographic Channel, and we relish the opportunity to collaborate with their in-house team to design fresh creative for such captivating subject matter. Most recently, we did the branding and graphic design for two new premiers: “SEAL Team 6” and “Doomsday Preppers.” SEAL Team 6 Nat Geo asked ST8MNT’s […]

Nosferatu, Honest Abe and Illegible Intertitles

In lieu of last week’s release of one of this summer’s most ridiculous blockbusters, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, here at St8mnt we thought it best to reminisce over the original silver screen vampire, Nosferatu, German director F.W. Murnau’s seminal foray into horror. Released in 1922, Murnau’s masterpiece proved foundational to vampire films, and to this […]