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December 15, 2011

"COLOR" — by Tom Sachs

Readers were divided about whether Tom Sachs's approach to work — as illustrated in his film "Ten Bullets," featured here last month — was refreshing (my opinion) or something to be avoided at all costs.

Yesterday I received the following email from Sachs's office:

Hello,

Thank you for featuring our video "Ten Bullets" on your blog last month. I'm glad you liked it so much!

If you want to learn more about working at the studio... we just released a new movie, "COLOR," the comprehensive manual for color use.

It's available at tenbullets.com and YouTube.

Always be knolling,

Alex Chohlas-Wood — Digital Media

December 15, 2011 at 10:01 AM | Permalink


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Van Neistat cannot spell: satan vice satin. If that was intended to be a joke, it did not work.

I do not understand how they claim a 2012 copyright on a work published in 2011.

From viewing two videos that instruct employees at 'The Studio', the message I understand Sachs to be delivering to his employees is "Do not think. Follow my directions." If you find that refreshing, you would have liked Mussolini's Italy.

Posted by: antares | Dec 15, 2011 4:20:24 PM

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