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08.21.14 Marina Galperina

Ways of Seeing (1972) has been sweded by a massive group of digital, new media and web-based artists. Debuting in New York on September 6th, Ways of Something (2014) keeps the original audio track of John Berger’s seminal BBC program, but replaces all visuals with 60-second artworks, reworking the art history doc into relevancy and insanity. “I encouraged the artists to […]

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11.25.13 Aymann Ismail

James Franco and Seth Rogen loved Kanye West’s delightfully bizarre “Bound 2” music video so much, they sweded their own version. Perhaps, “sweded” isn’t the right word… They remade the Nick Knight-directed spectacle shot-by-shot — complete with everything from horses running in slow motion to Franco humping Rogen on a motorcycle — in less than a week! […]

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01.20.12 Marina Galperina

A long time ago (starting in 2009) in a galaxy not far, far away (at StarWarsUncut.com), Star Wars: A New Hope was sweded in its entirety, one user-submitted 15-second clip at a time. Here it is in… erm… its entirety. […]

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12.23.11 Marina Galperina

Cardboard Gotham? Check. Terrible acting? Check. Inconsistency in general prop jankyness (pretend Bane’s legit-looking prop mask is replaced a squiggly-covered paper thing)? Uh, check. […]

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12.16.11 Marina Galperina

Watch as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind director and sweding enthusiast Michel Gondry reshoots Scorsese’s gritty NYC thriller as a psychotically adorable short. Heads will explode… with paint driblets. […]

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11.30.10 Marina Galperina

For a school project in Spinneriet, Sweden, some kids reenacted bits of Style Wars with stop motion paper-cut outs and bombed cardboard trains. Check out Case, depicted with South Park elegance, with a bone in place of his trademark stub. […]

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