7 Crazy Facts About the Making Of "Dracula Untold"
When you’re making a movie about one of the most famous characters in fiction, you’ve got to do things a little differently. No one wants to see the same Dracula they’ve seen a thousand times before, a fact the makers of “Dracula Untold” — available to own now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD — kept in mind while crafting this origin story.
Luke Evans’ Prince of Wallachia, who sacrifices everything to keep his family and people safe, is most definitely unlike any other Vlad to grace the big screen. Here are some of the more unconventional means by which he was brought to life (and undeath):
Krissy Humphreys performs with fire at sunrise at the Temple of Whollyness during the Burning Man 2013 arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, August 31, 2013. (Jim Urquhart/Reuters)
–Dance like no one is watching– VIDEO: Sunrise 🌅 #FLOW right after the #phoenixburn. An unforgettable/memorable moment of this years #burningman. Who says you can only play with #fire at night 😋
Shout out to @missellenho and @_zenrabbit for dancing with me, SO much ❤️ for you booboos! 😘
Thank you @popobumm for 📷capturing this! I #love you SO MUCH!! ❤️
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#nakedrainbow #firedancing #hulahoop #hoop #hoopersofinstagram #malehooper #playa #freedom #kikihooper #alllove (at Burning Man Arts & Entertainment Festival)
Will likely post more from the Further Future 02 event I covered for 24 hours this past weekend just because it was visually intriguing and I made some interesting images along the way.
For many new to this event, this is how they describe it:
A new kind of music and lifestyle festival. From 12pm on Friday April 29 through sunset on Sunday May 1, 2016, they gather at the Moapa River Indian Reservation near Las Vegas, Nevada, for a weekend filled with incredible music, visionary speakers, inspirational art and human connection. I also heard it referred to as “the Burning Man for the 1%” so take it for what it’s worth.
Now Available: Hi-Fructose Vol. 30, Featuring My Interview with David Choong Lee
Less than two months ago, I had the phenomenal opportunity to interview San Francisco-based artist David Choong Lee, who used more than 500 painted boxes to spontaneously create a mind-bending composition that succeeds at hypnotizing the viewer with an ideal visual weight and asymmetrical balance. I spoke with the Korean-born artist about his commissioned installation for the permanent collection at the Grand Hyatt Union Square in San Francisco, as well as his experiences live painting with the artist collective futherrr, at such music festivals as Burning Man and Symbiosis.
You can read the full feature in Hi-Fructose Magazine Vol. 30, now available in Barnes and Noble and other book retailers.