domingo, 29 de março de 2009

Lemon Tree

Lemon Tree

I'm sitting here in the boring room
It's just another rainy Sunday afternoon
I'm wasting my time I got nothing to do
I'm hanging around I'm a-waiting for you
But nothing ever happens - and I wonder

I'm driving around in my car
I'm driving too fast I'm driving too far
I'd like to change my point of view
I feel so lonely I'm waiting for you
But nothing ever happens - and I wonder

I wonder how I wonder why
Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue blue sky
And all that I can see is just a yellow Lemon tree
I'm turning my head up and down
I'm turning turning turning turning turning around
And all that I can see is just another Lemon tree


Dab- da da da da- dee dab da-
da da da da-dee dab da-
dab deb dee da

I'm sitting here I miss the power
I'd like to go out taking a shower
But there's a heavy cloud inside my head
I feel so tired put myself into bed
Well, nothing ever happens - and i wonder

Isolation - is not good for me
Isolation - I don't want to sit on a lemon tree
I'm stepping around in the desert of joy
Baby anyhow I'll get another toy
And everything will happen - and you'll wonder

I wonder how I wonder why
Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue blue sky
And all that I can see is just another Lemon tree
I'm turning my head up and down
I'm turning turning turning turning turning around
And all that I can see is just a yellow Lemon tree

And I wonder wonder
I wonder how I wonder why
Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue blue sky
And all that I can see
And all that I can see
And all that I can see
is just a yellow Lemon tree

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quarta-feira, 25 de março de 2009


A cat dreams to become a pianist until the day he meets a mysterious friend...

RIBA is an animated short film directed by three stutends from the 3D school SUPINFOCOM VALENCIENNES in France. This short film was achieved on the june 23rd, 2003 after 8 months of production and has been screened all over the world in many animation festivals.

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sábado, 21 de março de 2009

Liniers (artista)

Liniers ou Ricardo Liniers Siri (nascido em Buenos Aires em 15 de novembro de 1973) é um quadrinista argentino. Ele é descendente do vice-rei de Buenos Aires Santiago de Liniers.
Ávido leitor, muito novo conheceu a obra de Hergé, Goscinny e Uderzo, Quino, Héctor Germán Oesterheld, Francisco Solano Lópes, Charles Schulz e Herriman.
Estudou publicidade, mas não se dedicou a ela.
Começou a desenhar para fanzines, e logo passou a desenhar para meios de comunicação profissionais, como Lugares, ¡Suélteme!, Hecho en Buenos Aires, Calles, Zona de Obras, Consecuencias, ¡Qué Suerte!, Olho Mágico, 9-11 Artists Respond, Comix 2000 e outras obras.
A partir de 1999, passou a publicar semanalmente no suplemento NO! do jornal Página/12. Em junho de 2002, após ter sido apresentado pela quadrinista Maitena, Liniers passou a publicar Macanudo na última página do jornal La Nación.
Em 2001 publicou, com Santiago Rial Ungaro, o livro Warhol para Principiantes.
Realizou duas mostras como artista plástico: "Macanudo", em Ludi (2001), e "Mono en Bicicleta", em La Bibliotheque (2003). Se sabe que vendeu alguns quadros.
Recursos na rede

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segunda-feira, 16 de março de 2009

Sand Animation (Ferenc Cakó)

Ferenc Cakó (born 1950) is a Hungarian artist whose specialty is performing sand animation.
He graduated from the College for Creative Arts in 1973 and did amateur animation at that point. His first success was in 1982 and in 1989 he was named artist of the Hungarian People's Republic. After that he did workshops in Finland, France, Spain, Belgium, and Portugal.
Amongst his more recent performances, Ferenc Cako performed in IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India at Techfest 2004. His show in the Open Air Theatre was a huge hit with thousands of students, professors and visitors attending it.
Cakó's films have won prizes including the award for best short film at the Berlin International Film Festival and the jury prize for short film at the Cannes Film Festival.


sábado, 14 de março de 2009

Conheça o Google Docs (Guilherme Euler)

Muitos ainda desconhecem essa ótima ferramenta para edição de textos, planilhas e apresentações online disponibilizada gratuitamente pelo Google, o Google Docs.
Com o Google Docs você poderá editar documentos online à partir de qualquer computador ligado à Internet e que possua um navegador compatível. Isso significa que se você está viajando e apareceu uma idéia para um artigo ou simplesmente quer ter acesso aos arquivos de sua empresa para saber como está o andamento do trabalho, você poderá fazer isso tudo através de qualquer lan-house de forma simples e prática, bastando que para isso, você tenha uma conta no Google Docs e a sua empresa esteja utilizando essa ferramenta.
Outra grande vantagem do Google Docs é a redução de custos para pequenas empresas que não mais precisarão gastar com licenças de software para fazer as tarefas simples de um editor de textos ou simplesmente para poder ter um editor de planilhas. Tudo isso é encontrado gratuitamente no Google Docs que possui os seguintes recursos:
Editor de Textos;
Editor de Planilhas Eletrônicas;
Editor de Apresentações.
Com o Google Docs você também poderá ter colaboradores em seus documentos, ou seja, você poderá especificar dentre as pessoas que terão acesso ao seu documento, quais poderão somente visualizar o conteúdo do documento e quais poderão fazer alterações no conteúdo. Todas as alterações ficam guardadas e, caso você queira desfazer essas alterações, basta acessar o controle de versões do documento para saber quem alterou, quando alterou e o que alterou no seu documento. Tudo muito simples e muito direto.
Teste o Google Docs, é gratuito:

sexta-feira, 13 de março de 2009

Madame Tutli-Putli

Madame Tutli-Putli boards the night train, weighed down with all her earthly possessions and the ghosts of her past.

She travels alone, facing both the kindness and menace of strangers. As day descends into dark, she finds herself caught up in a desperate metaphysical adventure. Adrift between real and imagined worlds, Madame Tutli-Putli confronts her demons and is drawn into an undertow of mystery and suspense.
The National Film Board of Canada presents a stunning, stop-motion animated film that takes the viewer on an exhilarating existential journey. The film introduces groundbreaking visual techniques and is supported by a haunting and original score. Painstaking care and craftsmanship in form and detail bring to life a fully imagined, tactile world unlike any you have seen.
Jungian thriller? Hitchcockian suspense? Artistic tour de force? The night train awaits you.
Madame Tutli-Putli is directed by Montreal-based filmmakers Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski, who are principals in the graphic arts studio Clyde Henry. Amazingly enough, this is the first professional film from the duo, who wrote, animated and directed the film entirely by themselves. If it’s any indication of things to come, these guys promise to be a real force to reckon with in the animation world.

segunda-feira, 2 de março de 2009

Blueberry Girl (Neil Gaiman)

Blueberry Girl
by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Charles Vess
This is a prayer for a blueberry girl . . .
A much-loved baby grows into a young woman: brave, adventurous, and lucky. Exploring, traveling, bathed in sunshine, surrounded by the wonders of the world. What every new parent or parent-to-be dreams of for her child, what every girl dreams of for herself.
Let me go places that we've never been, trust and delight in her youth.
Nationally bestselling author Neil Gaiman wrote Blueberry Girl for a friend who was about to become the mother of a little girl. Here, he and beloved illustrator Charles Vess turn this deeply personal wish for a new daughter into a book that celebrates the glory of growing up: a perfect gift for girls embarking on all the journeys of life, for their parents, and for everyone who loves them.
Give her all these and a little bit more, gifts for a blueberry girl.