Emory Douglas — The Art of The Black Panthers

Emory Douglas was the Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party. He used his art as a weapon in the Black Panther Party’s struggle for civil rights and today Emory continues to give a voice to the voiceless. His art and what The Panthers fought for are still as relevant as ever.

The Birth of Saké

The Birth of Saké is a documentary film about the workers and production seasons at Tedorigawa, a fifth-generation, family-owned sake brewery in Ishikawa, Japan. Tedorigawa has been producing some of the world’s top award winning sakés since 1870, and still relies on time-honored techniques to hand craft sake in a traditional way.

The Reinvention Of Normal

“Go straight off the wall” said his dad and Dominic does just that. The film follows Dominic Wilcox, an artist/inventor/designer, on his quest for new ideas….Transforming the mundane and ordinary into something surprising, wondrous and strangely thought provoking.

The Bucket Board

Once there was trash, now there are skateboards. Shot and directed by Mac Premo.

Auteur in Space

Tarkovsky, Solaris, and the Unknown. By Kogonada for the British Film Institute.

“The Sucklord” by Joey Garfield

Joey Garfield spends an afternoon with The Sucklord, talking Star Wars, Gay Rights, and why Super Villains have the upper hand.


Brass Brothers Films han creado otra de sus perlas. Esta vez nos introducen en el mundo de Alyssa Monks y sus detalladísimas, profundas e intensas pinturas.


Off the record is a dialogue of opinions with topics that are aimed directly to the design and visual arts field. Directed, produced, filmed & edited by Laura Sans.

The Interrupted Portrait of Oscar Pistorius

by Natalie Holland

Type Safari with James Victore

A tour of Brooklyn and Queens with James Victore, looking at, talking about and trying to make sense of type on the street.


Homelessfonts is an Arrels Foundation initiative which consists of creating a collection of typefaces based on the handwriting of homeless. The idea behind these typefaces is for big brands to use them in their advertising and corporate announcements. All the proceeds go to the Arrels Foundation.


The Last Tribal Tattoo Artist

by Angelo Balanon.

Courtroom Sketch Artist

This short documentary captures the rise and fall of a courtroom sketch artist in Texas.


You may not have heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones but you’ve seen their work. Before their recent split they ran the most successful and well respected type design studio in the world, creating fonts used by everyone from the Wall Street Journal to the President of the United States.

Font Men, gives a peek behind the curtain into the world of Jonathan and Tobias. Tracking the history of their personal trajectories, sharing the forces that brought them together and giving an exclusive look at the successful empire they built together.

Shozo Kato . Way of the Sword

A master kendo sensei discusses how timeless notions of stillness and movement come together through the modern lens of Japanese sword fighting.

The Glaskrafter and Potter

Featuring Chris Smith and Jane Murray-Smith of Nanoose Bay, BC, Canada.


A film about Britain’s greatest living photographer – David Bailey.


Takeshi Yasuda

Precioso documental rodado en China, donde podemos ver/disfrutar como el maestro ceramista japonés Takeshi Yasuda prepara su última exposición en la Goldmark Gallery para celebrar su 70 aniversario. Aviso que el vídeo es largo (35min) pero ver como trabajan en la capital de la porcelana y en especial Yasuda, es simplemente genial.

Novecento marble table lamps

Novecento is a collection of LED table lamps inspired by art deco. They are proposed by the designer Davide G Aquini in two versions, one in black marquinia, the other in breccia. The thick marble discs rest on triangular, almost symbolic, metal structures with brass or green-water finish. Even when the light is off, Novecento enhances the marble as a piece of furniture, with its unique veins and unrepeatable speckles that show on the shiny surface.

Cat People Magazine

An English/Japanese magazine, featuring interviews and work by cat-obsessed creatives.


En las artes marciales tradicionales, la maestría del arte no se adquiere únicamente por medio de la destreza. Al recorrer ‘la vía’ uno debe ver mirar más allá de la técnica para convertirse en un verdadero maestro. En la arquería Japonesa o Kyudo, acertar en el blanco no es suficiente. Para poder disparar correctamente debemos “Disparar desde el corazón”. Como indica el Sensei Takeuchi, “Como un seleccionado nacional tenía que practicar para acertar en el blanco cueste lo que cueste. Eventualmente toda esa técnica quedó obsoleta a cambio de la habilidad de expresarme a mí mismo por medio del arco.”

Journey to Heaven

The art of Krump.

Crafts Folk . Paul’s Hat Works

Cuando estemos por San Francisco tocará ir si o si a la tienda de Paul’s Hat Works. Con este vídeo podemos ver cómo trabajan, los distintos modelos de sombreros que hacen y cómo de bonitas y raras son las herramientas que usan, para acto seguido tener unas terribles ganas de tirar el ordenador por la ventana y empezar de cero en un oficio tan precioso.


Listen to your hands

Listen to your hands is about how we can make a relationship with inanimate things in our domestic space, like furniture. How we connect to the furniture around us, how we experience and communicate with it.

It looks at the most sensitive of human senses,touch; it communicates a whole world of information to us and it explores how we can create a relationship to an object, a sort of dialogue, through touch.

It is a desk with drawers. A push of one drawer pulls out another as if in direct conversation with the action. A gentle closing of a drawer keeps the others intact thus communicating to us that we need to act with intention, we need to listen with our hands.


TRAMUNTANA is a film created exclusively for BULLETT’s Surreal Issue. César Pesquera partnered with Art Director Christian Lopez to elucidate the link between the famed Tramuntana wind, known for dramatically shifting in velocity and direction without warning, and a slew of mental disorders afflicting the land it blows through.

The film transports us to Cadaqués, a Catalonian fishing village in the north of Spain, to discuss the wind with its inhabitants and explore the land’s complex geology. The film features a blend of ethereal expositional footage and surrealist imagery, the result of which is part documentary, part surrealist manifesto.


The first of eight“. Pues muriéndome de ganas me quedo de ver los siguientes siete. A partir de ahora o se me explican las cosas así de bonitas o paso de entender nada.

Young Dreams, a portrait

A short portrait of the Bergen band Young Dreams.



For the first time, CHANEL tells its story online on Inside CHANEL.

A series of original short films recount the events and the people who influenced the destiny of Coco Chanel, and forged her legend. This journey will take you to the origins and to the heart of the creations of CHANEL, a brand recognized the world over.

Kaoru Akagawa . Ancient Words

A masterful Japanese calligraphy artist explains the traditions and craft of an astonishing art form.

Mark Landis – Father Philanthropy

La preciosa historia de un filántropo falsificador de obras de arte. Increíble.