Monthly Archives: September 2011

Remember my post about those short films made for EF-Live the Language campaign?  Well, someone from the EF Team informed me that they have a new installment of 3 more films (Sydney, Vancouver and L.A.)!

Live the language – Sydney from EF Intl. Language Centers on Vimeo.

Live the language – Vancouver from EF Intl. Language Centers on Vimeo.

Live the language – Los Angeles from EF Intl. Language Centers on Vimeo.

These films were created by the same team:

Director: Gustav Johansson

Director of Photography: Niklas Johansson

Typography: Alvin Holmqvist

for more details about the team, you better check out this link.

This team of creative minds never failed to take my breath away and actually inspired me to travel the world.  For a two-minute video,  I was able to view the city, get to know the culture (not to mention the fashion), and even learn the language.  I also loved how they were able to inject a bit of love story in some of the films.

These shorts are indeed entertaining and educational at the same time. Good job! Bravo!

To see all the short films/commercials for the EF campaign, visit their website here and their vimeo page here.


I do not clean my room regularly but when I have the free time, I do major cleaning.  And my most favorite part of this “cleaning process” is arranging my stuff in order.  I arrange my books alphabetically, clothes by color and shoes by frequency of use.  Organizing could be tedious and tiring but what joy I feel once I’m done!  Seeing everything in order makes my room like a museum where every part and corner of it looks like a piece of art.

No, I do not have OCD but I bet this artist has this “artistic disorder”:

Usus Wehrli released his books, Tidying Up Art (2003) and More Tidying Up Art (2007), wherein he tidied up abstract paintings by famous artists.  And recently, this Swiss experimental artist released a new book entitled “The Art of Clean Up”.  This time, he rearranged everyday chaotic sceneries and images by sorting them by shapes, sizes and colors.

If you’re OCD enough, you’ll notice one car that is not in its proper place.  

I love the colors of this one:

And my favorite:

More photos from the source