So we've come to the end of the week and the Talenthouse team has been working hard to launch some new Creative Invites that we think everyone will like. The team spent some time watching cars do incredible stunts in Fate of the Furious, watched an amazing music video with high-tech projectors, ate inside a restroom, well... sort of, and discovered amazing art and music in the desert at Coachella. What an epic week! Check it out. 


Jose Garcia

Marketing Support, Los Angeles


Fate of the Furious, F. Gary Gray
I was beyond excited for the premiere of Fate of the Furious, and it did not disappoint. The Furious franchise has become so over-the-top, I couldn't imagine how they would top the previous movie. Well, they did. The action had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. The cars were beautiful, fine pieces of art: Lamborghinis, Bentleys, and Jaguars. Given the opportunity to watch this movie again I would not pass it up. Definitely a must see!


Georgia Howie

VP, Brand Partnerships, London


David Hockney
There's a cool exhibition on at the moment for David Hockney at a famous and awesome gallery in London. Exhibit runs until May 29, 2017. 


WC Clapham, UK
This is also kind of cool/gross - a little wine and tapas bar in a former public restroom! 

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Fatima Saldivar

Community Relations & Social Media Manager, San Francisco 


These aren’t your average projectors. These are high tech projectors, projecting a thousand frames per minute. By using the state-of -the-art projector, which has the world’s fastest level of frame rate that projects 1,000 frames per second, ultrahigh-speed sensing technology, 3D mapping with highly precise depth measurement, and ultrafast 2D tracking that has less than 10ms delay, TOKYO, WOW and Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory at the University of Tokyo created a mapping system that can track objects moving at high-speed, which wasn’t possible with the conventional technology. Take a look at how they build with this dance routine. 


Gilberto Jimenez

Global Social Media / Content Coordinator, Los Angeles


Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Weekend 1, 2017
Let me start off by saying that Coachella was amazing! The atmosphere, the people, the weather, the art and of course, the music. Over 100 thousand people attended the 3 day festival this year, up over 40 thousand from last. This desert festival has become very popular and with acts like Radio Head, Lady Gaga, Phantogram, Empire of the Sun, Kendrick Lamar and many many more, is the reason why. It was just an amazing experience that leaves you wanting more. I saw over 25 acts over the 3 days and everyone was brilliant, but I think Phantogram, DJ Snake, Skepta and Schoolboy Q were the best, hands down. Phantogram brought her A game and her voice was simply amazing, even better than on her album. DJ Snake, brought all the energy, dancing and even Lauren Hill!!! Skepta was on point bringing the rude-boy vibes from the UK grime scene and brought out A$AP BARI as a surprise guest, the crowd went wild. Schoolboy Q pulled out all the old school beats, new school beats, and A$AP ROCKY with Tyler, The Creator. The festival was a blast and the art installations were enormous this year. Have a look at some of the pictures I took at Coachella. 

Is This What Brings Us Into Focus? by Joanne Tatham & Tom O'Sullivan 


Chiaozza Garden by Chiaozza


Crown Ether by Olalekan Jeyifous


Lamp Beside The Golden Door by Gustavo Prado  

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