Haunting and surreal, Matthew Borrett’s Hypnagogia at the Red Head Gallery shows Toronto in a decaying, parallel universe.
These 24 faces are Peter Olsen’s interpretation of the elders who figure in Revelation, the last book of the Bible, a description of Armageddon. It’s a distinctly different art work for the elders, usually portrayed traditionally, as they are described in the Bible, as dressed in white with […]
The Mexican agency MENOSUNOCEROUNO created this Apocalypse style survival kit to cover off the possibility that the Mayan prophecy for the end of the world will come true as predicted this year. Called Just in Case, and produced happily tongue-in-cheek, the kit has the requisite matches, water, knife […]
The Day – Douglas Aarniokoski – World Premiere in Toronto “In a post-apocalyptic future, an open war against humanity rages. Five survivors wander rural back-roads, lost, starving and on the run. With dwindling food and ammunition, an attempt at seeking shelter turns into a battleground where they must […]
This short film by Andrea Malus came about because of her fascination with surrealism, her interest in symbols and the requirement that she produce her first animation for a course at Canada’s Sheridan College (often known as the Harvard of animation). I generally love the theme, but it […]