All in Video

Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs

With a 30 second teaser trailer released a few weeks ago, we have been dying for the full-length trailer for Wed Anderson's latest movie Isle of DogsWith a confirmed release date of March 23, 2018, the trailer depicts Japan 20 years from now, we now have the full length trailer. Isle of Dogs is Anderson’s second feature-length animation – proceeded by one of our favorites Fantastic Mr. Fox - and will star Bryan Cranston, Greta Gerwig, Bill Murray and many more.

Wang & Söderström for adidas EQT

We've been following the work for Anny Wang for a while and she recently started her own studio, Wang & Söderström, with Tim Söderström. The duo was invited by Swedish retailer Sneakersnstuff to debut their exclusive adidas EQT silhouette. Sneakersnstuff put together a great behind the scenes piece about Wang & Söderström's creative process and creating the campaign for their latest release.

Casey Gray 'Double Knotted' at Hashimoto Contemporary Gallery

San Francisco's finest, Casey Gray, is headed to open a solo exhibition this weekend at Hashimoto Contemporary. The exhibition, Double Knotted, is going introduce a brand new body of work for Casey's first solo show at the gallery. The show opens this Saturday, April 1, 2017 and they will host an opening reception from 6:00-9:00PM. If you can't make it this weekend, Double Knotted will be on view through April 22, 2017. To celebrate the opening Hashimoto put together a short video about Casey's process in the studio.

Wes Anderson for H&M: Come Together

We've seen Wes Anderson partner with high-fashion brands like Prada before, but this holiday he is working with H&M and produced a short film starring Adrian Brody. The short film, Come Together, depicts train passengers traveling to meet their families and loved ones for the holidays and they've run into dreaded travel delays. We are so delighted to see a larger brand like H&M moving away from your stereotypical, holiday-neutral tagline this season and working with a creative like Anderson.

Preposterous – A short about absurdity

Speaking as the clumsy one in the studio, accidents happen, but the outcome is always somewhat predictable, a dropped glass usually means a broken glass. Florent Porta decided to rethink that in his newest short Preposterous. The short illustrates seemingly obvious scenes that turn out very different than what you would expect and what a delight it is.

OK Go: The One Moment

OK Go has been known for their music videos that er on the side of art productions that could be seen in any contemporary art museum. OK Go has just released their newest video for The One Moment that does not let us down and perhaps might be our favorite to date. although their piece for This Too Shall Pass holds a special place for us. We won't do the video any justice trying to recap or explain it, so just hit play after the jump.

The Best Last Best Plane Ride Ever

Victory Journal has released their newest animated feature, The Best Last Best Plane Ride Ever, recreating the Mets' infamous postgame Pennant victory celebration. From champagne in the jacuzzi to the destruction of a perfectly good Ozark Airlines DC-10 airplane, who better to chonicle this experience than James Blagden who directed, illustrated, and animated the piece. We've seen James work with Victory before on marvelous pieces like Dock Ellis & the LSD No-No.


Exercise is not a priority in our lives here at Eventhree, how could we ever make time for that? Peppertan is a new production company and they are tackling how style and aesthetically minded people can exercise through culture. Peppertan has created an amazing series of instructional exercise videos that are part Wes Anderson and part Donna Summers.

HUF x Cleon Peterson: In Killing We Live

This Fall, HUF teams up with fellow LA based artist Cleon Peterson on a special capsule collection. The HUF x Cleon Peterson In Killing We Live capsule collection includes a Reversible Bomber Jacket, Pullover Crew, Duffle Bag, Skateboard Deck, and made-in-USA Volley and 6-Panel hats, with an early-80s fashion sensibility in mind. You can pickup the collection exclusively at select HUF retailers worldwide.

Barry McGee's Men In Transition

Barry McGee recently took over Monster Children's MC06 space after a road trip down Australia's East Coast. Surfing, beers, and art making were the main focus of the road trip – can you say jealous? Film maker Josh Simpson created a short film documenting Barry and his crew's journey down the East side of Australia.

The Data Center Mural Project

The term The Cloud gets thrown around a lot, its in the cloud, cloud computing, blah blah blah, in reality the elusive cloud is just a series of massive computer farms. With plenty of computer farms on hand, Google invited artists to interpret what happens on the inside of these data centers and paint it on the outside. Complete with an interactive website, Google has dubbed the project The Data Center Mural Project. With 2 murals complete, 2 currently in progress and 11 more data centers untouched, Google is hoping to expand the project and we can't wait to see what's to come.

Tea at the Beatrice with Tom Sachs

We've been following Tom Sachs for a while and we are thrilled to see all of his success over the last few months. Tom has been traveling the country premiering A Space Program, opened The Noguchi Museum's first contemporary artist exhibit, Tea Ceremony and just opened Boombox: A Retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, and these are just headlines. Today we catch up with Tom being interviewed by Glenn O'Brien for his ongoing series Tea at the BeatriceWatch as Glenn and Tom discusses space, music, philosophy, and the beauty of flaws.