88 Till Infinity is a creative platform founded by Von and Phase Logic in late 2010 and it later grew to include a small group of friends. The current team consists of Von, Phase, Ben and Dalena Our goal is to provide a platform for creativity to shine in any form, whether they are completley unknown and without a single fan or superstars in their own right. We also hope to inspire creativity through knowledge and exposure to greatness. We believe that creativity can thrive best when it is free.
88 Till Infinity’s goal is to provide a platform for creativity to shine in any form, whether artists are completley unknown and without a single fan or superstars in their own right. We also hope to inspire creativity through knowledge and exposure to greatness. We believe that creativity can thrive best when it is free.
88 Till Infinity works with writers, producers, rappers, and a host of other artists to get their stuff recognized. To submit artwork, click here or for questions, click here
“Darkness Falls on the River” Interpretation by Harlan Ellison, Painting by Jacek Yerka
My thoughts seem clustered closely, creatures huddled against the unknowable terror. The blood that runs in my veins moves more slowly now. There are snags and clots that block the arterial passages. The sun of my heart casts light fitfully. Muscles ache. Bones are brittle. My eyes grow foggy with skittering shapes, the notices sent to my sight that darkness falls on the river of light. I cannot lift the great weights now; my shoulders ache with inflamed joints; the skin of my hands is wrinkled. Wooden, expectant, huddled against the unknowable terror, I wait for the next day and what physical impairment may come. Darkness falls on the river of light. I am an adult. So this is what it means to <em>grow up</em>. If I had known, I wouldn’t have been so eager.
Producer’s of the EP includes Eric G., Khrysis, and of course 9th Wonder. Rapsody keeps the EP consistently about her journey through the hip hop industry, her influences, and her future goals. One song in particular “Shining Moment” featuring Bluu Suede of Kooley High, speaks about her “shining moment” as it is now and how she’s working towards that absolute big shining moment in the hip-hop industry. Towards the end of the song she repeatedly say, “this is my shining moment, “ and indeed it is her shining moment especially since she has released her first EP “The Black Mamba.” Rapsody is just warming up for us hip-hop heads. She’s definitely teasing us, though can’t complain because it’s quite nice tease. Check out her video snippet for “Shining Moment”:
If Lars Von Trier provided mercy within Dogville, I’d say he did a fairly poor job at showing it, but thank god for that. Dogville is the first work of art to bring me to my knees and reminded me of my own humanity.
A young fugitive named Grace escapes from a mob of gangsters into a very small town called Dogville. The town offers her a place to hide and in return she seeks to pay them back with physical labor. The town gladly accepts the extra, yet unnecessary, benefits she brings to the community but gets to the point where they grow dependent on her company and become, ironically, pretty fucking arrogant.
The first camera of 2005 was purchased for the birth of Emad’s son, Gibreel. But around that same time, land was being destroyed, fenced, and urbanized to make room for Jewish settlers. So that is when the resistance began and the documentation followed.
A young 23 yr old named Martine (Olivia Thirlby) from New York flies to Los Angeles and stays with a family who accepted to take her in to get her black-and-white film of insects scored with the help of the father, Peter (John Krasinski).
Emily King is an American Soul singer, who has been nominated for a Grammy, but hasn’t had much commercial success. She has released one album called East Side Story (which is what got her the Grammy nomination), and one EP, called Seven
It has that new sort of sound that’s coming around in this area of music – minmalistic, hypnotic,electronic influencedand chilled, but you can also hear a ‘neo-soul’ influence in it, too. I’m not saying he sounds like these artists, I’m saying that stylistically and instrumentally it’s similar.
Groundhog Day is a movie about Phil (Bill Murray[!!!]), who is an egotistical and sarcastic weatherman assigned to do a cover story on the groundhog’s status during a town celebration in Punxsutawney. Accompanied by his cameraman, Larry (Chris Elliot), and his producer, Rita (Andie MacDowell), he soon finds that he has to relive the day of February 2nd over and over again like he’s living in nightmare where as much as he tries to create change, he is stuck in the same situation each day. In the beginning, he is confused but he ends up taking the opportunity to his advantage and seduces women and even attempts to win Rita over without any luck. We go through his daily life, literally, and watch him gradually go through phases of understanding his core situation.
His interactions with Ricky are hilarious, and the way he views issues and topics seems to come from some warped perspective. He sometimes says things that are laughed at that aren’t as dumb as they are made out to be, and could genuinely offer another view on something, however, a lot he says, the way he words it, and his delivery are all both hilarious and ridiculous. Here is a video of a discussion, about a variety of political issues, between Karl and Ricky: