Avocados and Coconuts
2 months ago
What do you get when a production team that thrives on the churn of creative development and large scale commercial shoots, is forced to shelter-in-place? You get the Avos Journal. A compilation of original films, articles and photo essays (all created while maintaining distancing protocols during the lockdown) from San Francisco-based creative production agency Avocados and Coconuts. Featuring a 60km run around the outside of a director's house, stunning drone shots of empty urban spaces, real one-star National Parks reviews, and a beautiful portrait of the experience of social distancing, this is an internet rabbit hole worth falling into.
Avocados and Coconuts created the online Journal to keep themselves sane and to direct some of its creative energy during this uncertain time.
The journal includes article like:
It was at the 250-lap mark that the tedium really set in. I’m used to putting one foot in front of the other for hours on end, dealing with the highs and lows of an ultramarathon or a tricky trail run, but this was different.
From A to B. - Michael Enos' thoughts on his relationship to the bicycle
I started to see distance as an opportunity instead of an obstacle. I could go further and faster in the city. I was able to see more, hear more, and experience more every single time I needed to commute.
We think of wine as a 'message in a bottle' from its source. Each region provides a unique terroir, and each bottle can serve as a form of connection to a different part of the world. Here are a few recommended excursions you can take without leaving the house.
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