Pigpen Cinema Presents: Teenage

Tuesday 10 February, 2015
Doors at 9 | Movie starts at 9:30
65-4 Maoming Bei Lu (Weihai Lu/Yan’an Lu)

 

Drink specials on beer, wine, and cocktails
Free “Grumpy” movie popcorn snacks
Space is limited to 35 seats
First come first serve

 

More on the film:

Teenage (2013, 77 min, Dir: Matt Wolf)

“Teenagers didn’t always exist, they had to be invented.”

Teenage documents the formation of youth culture, as it took shape across the world from the midst of the industrial revolution to the mid-20th century. Narrated by Jena Malone (The Hunger Games) and Ben Wishaw (Skyfall), who read directly from the diary entries of teens throughout various cultures and decades, Teenage is a chronicle of the cultural rebellion, political activism, and popular trends ignited by young adults, as they established themselves as a new, not-to-be-ignored segment of the population. Poetically pieced together from rarely seen archival footage, Teenage showcases the birth and evolution of the “teenager,” through the eyes of subjects as diverse as flappers, Hitler-youth, and black teens living under segregation.

 

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNjc3NTE1MDQ4.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8bNqD9YhkM

Adidas Releases Amazing Chinese New Year-themed Shoes [P.I.G.Year of the Goat]

     We here at P.I.G. love our base in the city of Shanghai, China. As we specializes in producing fun, eye-popping, innovative work, our staff love keeping abreast of all new happenings in art and design in China. Here on our blog, we share our favorite findings with you:

Every Chinese New Year, Adidas releases a line of shoes inspired by Chinese art and design. The footwear giant follows that tradition in 2015, The Year of the Goat.

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     The sneaker giant has launched six new versions of their Adidas Originals, adorned with traditional Chinese aesthetics, and of course goats. Wear these at your next Chinese New Year Banquet, and impress your distant cousins and great-grandparents! See if you can pull them off with a traditional Chinese qi pao! Each shoe now available online in red or black:

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Additionally, on February 19, Adidas is rolling out 3 Year of the Goat editions of their basketball shoes: the D Rose 5 Boost (Green), D Rose Lakeshore Mid (White) and T Mac 3 (Red):

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And finally, a preview of the best Chinese New Year-themed Adidas of past years:

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Stay tuned for more interesting content celebrating Chinese New Year!

Behind the scenes of Peugeot “The Legend Returns” by Andy’s

Little Black Book Q&A with Andy’s and Matthieu:

http://lbbonline.com/news/how-photo-real-animation-saw-the-rebirth-of-a-peugeot-classic/

The 1985 commercial for the Peugeot 205i, which featured remarkably executed stunt-driving and a gripping helicopter chase, is regarded as an unforgettable piece of art. The spot is so memorable that Peugeot decided to remake it 30 years later, using pristine CGI effects that were unimaginable in the 1980s. This making-of video documents how WIZZ directors Andy’s made a photorealistic recreation of a classic using mostly CGI, and achieved shots and effects that were impossible 30 years ago.

No subtitles? Go to youtube and select to turn on subtitles:

http://youtu.be/4XWeuXH3hY8

4 Awards at The Cristal Festival

Cartier “Shape Your Time” Wins 4X at Cristal Festival. Bruno Aveillan and François Brun both served on the Luxury Jury of the festival.

http://www.cristalfestival.com/

Gold –  Luxury, Jewelry

Gold – Luxury, Film

Silver –  Film Craft, Special effects

Silver – Film Craft, Luxury film

The Cristal Festival is an annual gathering of the world’s top minds in advertising. Last month, the festival’s ad campaign competition jury granted four awards to the Cartier TV Spot “Shape Your Time,” from QUAD’s Bruno Aveillan—a director who’s exclusively-repped by PIG in China. “Shape Your Time,” which has garnered over 15 million views on YouTube, is a gorgeous CGI spectacle that explores the ever-indispensible craft of watchmaking.

Pigpen Cinema Presents: DAVID BOWIE: Five Years

The Grumpy Pig x P.I.G. China

Tuesday, January 20 2015

Doors at 9 | Movie starts at 9:30

65-4 Maoming Bei Lu (Weihai Lu/Yan’an Lu)

Drink specials on beer, wine, and cocktails

Free “Grumpy” movie popcorn snacks

Space is limited to 35 seats

First come first serve

More on the film:

DAVID BOWIE: Five Years (2013, 90 min, Dir: Francis Whately)

An intimate documentary spanning five key years in David Bowie’s music career, featuring a wealth of unseen footage and charting the star’s continual evolution through various roles, making him an icon of our times. This portrait explores Bowie’s regeneration in Berlin, and his numerous critical triumphs, and features interviews with all of his closest collaborators.

Trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJrLec4RBXY

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XODUyMTUyNDQ0.html

Flying V and CRCR group art show in Paris

Animators and Digital artists make their careers out of producing art on assignment, but that doesn’t mean they’re not creating their own work out of pure love in their spare time. The art exhibition PLAYGROUND, held at La galerie L’Attrape Rêve in Paris from January 6-18, is an opportunity for the work that professional designers including P.I.G.-repped Flying V and CRCR make for fun, when off-duty, to finally be appreciated by others. January 18 is arriving soon, so get there quick!

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Lilanz – Chen Dao Ming: A Journey of Simplicity in Northern Europe

Acclaimed actor Chen Daoming is an artist who has mastered his craft thanks to his boundless love for life and immutable desire for exploration.

Being a captivating screen thespian and a spokesman for Lilanz menswear, Chen Daoming followed his hunger for inspiration to that most picturesquely arranged of world cities, Copenhagen, Denmark.

A pleasant, route-less bike ride through beautifully architected Nordic boulevards was just what the actor needed to quell his yearning for the simple, yet sophisticated.

Created by Suntchi, produced by PIG China, and directed by renowned TV drama director Shen Yan (We Have Nowhere to Place Youth), “A Journey to Explore Simplicity” is a short highlighting how classically styled and expertly crafted fashion can be a source of inspiration, an encapsulation of culture, and an embodiment of the simple, yet sophisticated.