Our beloved director Pistachios, aka Måns Swanberg, has long had musical alter egos. His most recent is the eponymous Waldemar Schwartz, the name being a kind of portmanteau of Swanberg’s middle name Waldemar and a classic New York surname. Until now, most of Waldemar’s music has been primarily digital save for a few dj appearances…. Read more »
Posts By: Patrick Gantert
OTO HAS ARRIVED! COMING TO TOY STORES NEAR YOU!
This Bot & Dolly behind the scenes is really great. They are doing some of the most interesting stuff in projection mapping at the moment. And then there is Gravity. They worked on Gravity…
We’re a tad bit late on this post but Blacklist had a party in LA at the beginning of October. Because we don’t have a brick and mortar place in LA, we worked with the fine people at Human to host this event and meet some new west coast faces. In addition to the party,… Read more »
The happiest of very happy happy birthdays to our dear dear Cisma (aka Denis Kamioka). Director, designer, animator, ping pong player, the man does it all. We love you Denis and wish you all the best this year!
Hiiii. This space has been a bit quiet lately but it’s not for lack of trying, we have other things happening over here and we are scheming up a couple events in the next month or so. That said, there hasn’t been loads of time for posting but we’re working on it! Really digging these… Read more »
Happy Thursday y’all! We’re getting so much media attention for our new Rdio spots from Holbrooks and Tendril that we thought it wise to post some links for you here. All of the interest is most definitely a result of the almost total creative freedom that our teams have had in the process. The Rdio… Read more »
In case you missed it on the Blacklist homepage, Studio AKA director page, Facebook, Twitter, and any other random internet outlet, we just finished up some lovely new work for Blue Diamond with the ever wonderful Studio AKA. The team worked on two TV spots, ‘Breezeville’ and ‘Iced Coffee’ (that’s them above), a bit… Read more »
James Turrell’s new exhibition at the Guggenheim is on the top of my list of exhibitions to see right now. Admittedly, I don’t love Turrell’s work but after seeing his permanent piece at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and reading this great article on him in the NYT Magazine, I’m intrigued. Though it is… Read more »