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Dartboard

There's a line out there, "Good writers borrow, great writers steal."

T.S. Eliot had something there, but in order for someone to commandeer someone's creation and not be a plagaristic chump, they've gotta make it their own. Their own work must not only follow the blueprint, but while being inspired by what came before, that work should pay it forward and inspire those that may come across it down the line.

This is what I've come across, by scroll or suggestion, that motivates me to forego sleep in order to do something cool.

See something awesome, take the stuff you like from it and put your own twist on it...
Or just enjoy it and let it be. I think some other guy said that.

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Look down. Right now.

Travis Hawkes

"Awareness requires a rupture with the world we take for granted." Technological philosopher Shoshana Zuboff threw that out into the world years ago. Perfectly put and sincerely realized after I watched this video.

I love these kinds of projects: random messages thrown in with images that you see daily, set to a song that'd make a champion weightlifter weep. I've made videos like these and always enjoyed them.

The comments on this video are enlightening, as well. And speaking almost solely English, the poetry of a foreign language is also a major draw. Add in the fact that it's edited cleanly, uses a fantastic song from Interstellar and has all the makings of a high-priced production but could've also been covered on a weekend by one shooter with a tripod, a few of their friends and a boatload of color correction, my imagination runs wild with this video...

And then it's over. Play again.

Alberto Gastesi has a fantastic Vimeo page featuring a few other videos I enjoyed, including a short film, Alejandra. Give him a shot.