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By Matt Baumgartner
For The New York Times's Hollywood Issue they asked 14 actors to show us - in a few gestures and with a few props but with no dialogue or story - what acting is. Javier Bardem, James Franco, Natalie Portman, Jesse Eisenberg, Chloë Moretz, Matt Damon, Michael Douglas, Jennifer Lawrence, Noomi Rapace, Vincent Cassel, Anthony Mackie, Robert Duvall, Lesley Manville and Tilda Swinton all turn their bodies and faces into "instruments of pure, deep and enigmatic emotion", striking some of the classic attitudes of cinema. Watch here. www.nytimes.com
… Love the One You Lick. (Looks like Tennessee Tuxedo maybe should have his eyes checked!) submitted via email
Goal: elevate and protect the Chuck Taylor line through Converse EMEA'S largest Spring 2011 activation. Our guiding concepts were "a blank Canvas for self-expression" and "independent enough not to follow". Converse are dedicated to enabling engaging brand experiences with an emphasis on music, art and events. Our idea: use the shoes themselves as the vehicle for delivering unique and exciting experiences. The Canvas is a fully-functional digital screen built out of 480 Chuck Taylors, each connected to a servomotor enabling 180° rotation.
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This section of the card games site is devoted to new games played with existing cards. The idea is to provide a forum for card game inventors to publish their ideas, and to try out and comment on each other's games. Traditional card games will not be found here, but in the main body of the site (see for example the alphabetical index ). New games which require a special pack of cards designed for that game, which you have to buy from the publisher, will also not be found here.
Inventing card games is one of my favourite recreations. It's a relaxing hobby: it means I can think up the basic ideas without having to get out of bed - or even, if I'm very lucky, without having to wake up - which is more than you can say for actually playing cards. My idea of a good game is one that uses an ordinary 52-card pack and has very simple rules, but gives you plenty to think about. If you find that idea appealing, have a look through the following. I've arranged them in order of number of players, that being the natural primary selection factor, then by type of game.