March 07, 2014

Augustus Gladstone Through Time

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Otherwise titled... Everything you wanted to know about Augustus Gladstone but were afraid to ask! Including, but not limited to...

  • His birth in 1856 (on Christmas day)
  • A brief timeline covering some of the most important events in his life
  • 2011 - His discovery and use of YouTube
  • 2011 - The production of this documentary film about his life
  • 2014 - The merchandising of Augustus Gladstone :-)

For the full-sized PDF (with links to everything AUGUSTUS GLADSTONE) click the above image. Or to click here to go to The Immortal Augustus Gladstone website.

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December 24, 2013

Interviewing Me

  

A few days ago, Mark Frauenfelder from Boing Boing interviewed me about directing and playing the lead role in The Immortal Augustus Gladstone. We had a great conversation! The above video includes the first three minutes of the film.

Here's another short video about... Who is this Augustus guy anyway? And why is Boing Boing suddenly in the film biz?

 

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November 04, 2013

Gallery

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I've finally found a moment to reassemble my online gallery. I've culled away some of the works and thrown some other things into the mix (including the thumbnails above). The gallery is by no means comprehensive but I hope you enjoy it.

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September 10, 2013

Mountainous Moon

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Above is the surface of the moon as imagined by illustrator Chesley Bonestell, before we landed there. (click image to enlarge)

Rocket scientist Wernher von Braun wrote that he had "learned to respect, nay fear, this wonderful artist's obsession with perfection. My file cabinet is filled with sketches of rocket ships I had prepared to help in his artwork—only to have them returned to me with blistering criticism."

Below is an image of Bonestell Crater on mars, named in Chesley Bonestell's honor: .

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Orange Starbase

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No info found. Enjoy

(click image for more space stations)

via Exonauts!

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July 23, 2013

Dreams of a Future Moon

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The above is an artist's conception (1969) of how, according to National Geographic, "man may one day colonize his newest frontier." Wouldn't it have been nice?! Answer: yes.

Dreams of Space, one of my favorite blogs, just published the above illustration and the School Bulliten that goes along with it. Total eye candy. 

 

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August 03, 2011

The Immortal Augustus Gladstone

 

The above is one of the most recent youtube videos from Augustus Gladstone which, because of a posting on boingboing.net, has recieved a bit of attention.

My Tinselman blog has virtually silent for some time; the few of you who've paid close attention know why... I was beginning work on a documentary. I explain it this way on The Immortal Augustus Gladstone blog...

I began the early planning for this film about a year ago; we were looking for the right subject (meaning person) but had no luck. So we regrouped and changed our strategy and that’s when, through sheer happenstance, we discovered Augustus on YouTube.

We will continue to keep you abrest of our production at our blog. 

There's more at the Official Augustus Gladstone website.

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October 28, 2010

Robyn's Posterous

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I love the HD camera on the iPhone 4. It may not be the best camera in the world, but it's always with me, no matter where I'm at. I've recently begun a blog -- Robyn's Posterous -- mostly devouted to the stuff I photograph with this camera.

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April 23, 2010

Antler Pile

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Antler pile, from the National Bison Range Wildlife Refuge.

Previous antler pile post: Curse of the Antler Arch

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March 06, 2010

War Paint

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As a kid, I always thought race cars were so incredibly cool looking. Fast, sleek, colorful... like toys. Somewhere along the long, race cars changed; the cars themselves seemed to disappear beneath a barrage of advertisements. This short video explains it all so well...

video at Gestalten.tv

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Go Faster by Sven Voelker

via: grain edit

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