Oct 2, 2010
Sep 29, 2010
Ya es Hoy is an online magazine based in my home country, Argentina, that promotes art in all its forms, all over the world. From design to films and music, there is always something interesting to discover at their site.
Being one of the main supporters of Vimeo Festival + Awards, Ya es Hoy is an essential resource for creatives and creators around the globe.
Here’s the link to their site and the interview they have offered me. I’m glad I got to be featured in their magazine, a window to the world, open from the place I come from.
Sep 6, 2010
Aug 30, 2010
Aug 25, 2010
Aug 20, 2010
Jul 1, 2010
Hebe Magazine has invited me to participate with some illustrations on their last issue, where I had the honor to appear alongside with one of my favorite illustrators, Rebecca Dautremer.
Hope you like it!
You can take a look at the magazine here.
Jun 3, 2010
The Making of J'ai pas le temps from Carlos Lascano on Vimeo.
Jun 1, 2010
The shootout, which took place in front of a large and specialized audience, was about comparing footage filmed on 35 mm, and the same footage filmed on DSRL cameras, focusing in the comparison between RAW and compressed, and in the response of the different cameras when filming over green screen.
Steve and his team wanted to show the kind of results that could be achieved by using one of these cameras, and that’s where “J’ai pas le temps” came in. I shot it entirely on a Canon 7D. It was the first time I worked with one of these cameras, and I must say that I was really amazed by the quality of the compression I achieved.
It was exciting to watch the music video on such a huge screen, and even more exciting to get such a positive response from the audience.
Meeting such great people, exploring Chicago, and participating on an episode of a series I had been following, had turned the trip into a wonderful experience.
Apr 10, 2010
Hope you like it!
Feb 15, 2010
The product (Oscillococcinum, from Laboratoires Boiron, France) is an homeopathic medicine against flu symptoms.
To see the spot and the making of, please visit my site at www.carloslascano.com
Dec 5, 2009
I got a few samples and I must admit they were all great. But one of them caught my attention: two students, Ben Doner and Victor Rusin, had created a piece for my short film Inspiration, and I found theirs to be much better than the original. This time, I asked for their permission to use their score on my film.
Here is the result. Hope you enjoy it.