28 Sep 14
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fred-frederator-studios:

Warning: I’m going to ask you to follow our newest tumblr. But, that’s OK, you’ll probably want to, once I say something about Frederator Networks.
Most of you know us as Frederator Studios, the production company behind the scenes of all those TV series. And a bunch of you have been following Channel Frederator from the very beginning. But things have been evolving quickly over the past couple of years, and it’s about time we acknowledged it here.
Of course, you know about the launch of Cartoon Hangover and the great triumphs its had over the past couple of years. The channel’s been successful because of you, and your loyalty to shows like Bravest Warriors, Too Cool! Cartoons, and Bee & PuppyCat. At the  same time we started the new channel (and her many sisters) we needed to organize the business side of things, so we started up Frederator Networks. 
Frederator Networks, Inc. is now the umbrella for all of our activities. The production studio, the channels, the network, Frederator Books, and various partners we’re involved with like the new tech incubator and soon, the re-launch of the non-animated Old Jews Telling Jokes. 
For the moment, the Frederator Networks Tumblr I asked you to follow is primarily the home for posts from Matt Gielen, our head of programming & audience development, where he’s sharing his not inconsiderable expertise in how to use YouTube better than anyone else in the world (I told you that you’d want to follow). To find out about everything else we’re up to you’ll have to follow all the other tumblrs (you can access them off the homepage of Frederator.com); I know there’s a lot, but this way you can pick and choose, depending on your level of interest. Or non-interest. 
Questions? Just write me at fred@frederator.com. If others will be interested, I’ll post them here. 

fred-frederator-studios:

Warning: I’m going to ask you to follow our newest tumblr. But, that’s OK, you’ll probably want to, once I say something about Frederator Networks.

Most of you know us as Frederator Studios, the production company behind the scenes of all those TV series. And a bunch of you have been following Channel Frederator from the very beginning. But things have been evolving quickly over the past couple of years, and it’s about time we acknowledged it here.

Of course, you know about the launch of Cartoon Hangover and the great triumphs its had over the past couple of years. The channel’s been successful because of you, and your loyalty to shows like Bravest Warriors, Too Cool! Cartoons, and Bee & PuppyCat. At the  same time we started the new channel (and her many sisters) we needed to organize the business side of things, so we started up Frederator Networks

Frederator Networks, Inc. is now the umbrella for all of our activities. The production studio, the channels, the network, Frederator Books, and various partners we’re involved with like the new tech incubator and soon, the re-launch of the non-animated Old Jews Telling Jokes

For the moment, the Frederator Networks Tumblr I asked you to follow is primarily the home for posts from Matt Gielen, our head of programming & audience development, where he’s sharing his not inconsiderable expertise in how to use YouTube better than anyone else in the world (I told you that you’d want to follow). To find out about everything else we’re up to you’ll have to follow all the other tumblrs (you can access them off the homepage of Frederator.com); I know there’s a lot, but this way you can pick and choose, depending on your level of interest. Or non-interest. 

Questions? Just write me at fred@frederator.com. If others will be interested, I’ll post them here. 

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28 Sep 14
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crossconnectmag:

Malena Valcarcel is a Spanish artist based on the Mediterranean Coast, working for years in the paper field, using it to create Book Sculptures, Paper Jewellery and elaborated constructions. 

I live in Alicante - Spain, next to the beautiful and warm Mediterranean Sea. I was born in Tenerife – Canary Islands where I grew up without losing sight of the sea.
I actually have no formal training in anything to do with paper or my paper art established work, I have learnt everything myself.
I have tried many areas creatively over the years and now I find myself working with paper which I adore.

Worth a visit her website and Behance 

                                 :-)

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7 Aug 14

Maria Bamford’s Day With YouTube Nation!

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Comedienne Maria Bamford stopped by the YouTube Nation studios today and hilarity ensued.

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Maria, giving a voice to the voiceless surfing seals out there. 

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Maria and Jacob getting to shoot our outro segment to K. Fly’s “Thicker Than Dust” music video.

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These two prove that sharing is caring, especially when it comes to potato chips. 

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Getting into character, Maria definitely nails the tough chick vibe. 

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Maria and Jacob make leaning against a fence look way cool.

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An epic T-Rex high five if we ever saw one. Thanks Maria for hanging out with us, we’ve never laughed so hard! Don’t forget to check out Maria Bamford in today’s episode of YouTube Nation: 

Photo Credit: Angela Sauceda, Curation Assistant

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18 Jul 14
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cross-connect:

Artist Adam Lupton gaze explores psychological and sociological struggles in modern society. Painting in oil, blurring lines between realism and expressionism helps Lupton probe the internal and external dialogue faced in his multi-directional narratives.

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7 Jul 14
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So many people glorify and romanticize “busy”. I do not. I value purpose. I believe in resting in reason and moving in passion. If you’re always busy/moving, you will miss important details. I like the mountain. Still, but when it moves lands shift and earth quakes.

Joseph Cook (via aurelle)

Something I need to learn to love.

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22 Jun 14
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cross-connect:

27-year old Japanese painter Maki Ohkojima has developed in interesting style she calls – “the mural beyond the frame.”

“When drawing a picture, I always think that the picture I am drawing in that moment is merely one part of a larger world and narrative,” says Ohkojima. “By drawing like this, the land and the picture are becoming further connected and one piece of scenery, which I could not see before.”

artist find at Hi-Fructose

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

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9 Jun 14
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hideback:

L’enfer Cabaret, Boulevard de Clichy, Montmartre, Paris

Built circa 1890; demolished circa 1952.

Entertainment inside the “inferno of hell” included musicians dressed as devils and interior volcanos that spewed scented lava of molten gold. 

After the “cabaret artistique” was demolished, the site became a Monoprix retail store.

Incredible!

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8 Jun 14
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A Woman of Yellow Walks Amidst the Yellow Terrain.   - 2014BBG - Children Playing on Rocks Amidst the Array of Daffodils.   - 2014BBG - Garden Guests Guided Among Daffodils. Park Patrons Pass Thru Daffodils. BBG 2014. Top of Daffodil Hill.   - 2014BBG - Daffodil Hill.  - 2014BBG - Daffodil Hill.  - 2014BBG - Top of Daffodil Hill, Looking Amidst the Japanese Magnolias in Full Bloom.  2014BBG Daffodil Hill Looking up through the Blossoming Japanese Magnolias.  2014BBG Daffodil Hill Looking up through the Blossoming Japanese Magnolias. 2014BBG

newyorknbloom:

        April 22, 2014

A Splash of Yellow Fervor at Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.

Daffodils, Japanese Magnolias, and more!
Including ”Daffodil Hill”!

Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
Brooklyn, New York, NY

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