Tag Archive for 'Alan Del Rio Ortiz'

Where You Can Find Me : St. Vincent at the El Rey L.A. 2/9

Check out Alan Del Rio Ortiz’ St. Vincent Tour Videos 01-05 below and then go get awesome and buy some tickets to the show.

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St. Vincent Tour Videos // 01 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

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St. Vincent Tour Videos // 02 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

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St. Vincent Tour Videos // 03 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

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St. Vincent Tour Videos // 04 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

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St. Vincent Tour Videos // 05 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

To hear/see more of Saint Vincent on Sleep Never go HERE, to check out the official shit, hit their MYSPACE, or to see more of Zortz! work, check out “A Good Day To Me,” “Body Farm” or alandelrio.net.

Mannequin Men “Cream Rises” Video

Mannequin Men // Cream Rises from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

If you like to watch dirty, tattooed, rock chicks getting drunk, smoking bongs and dancing in their underwear you’ll love this awesome video from fellow perv Alan Del Rio Ortiz.

For more Mannequin Men check out their MYSPACE.

Body Farm // Part 3

Body Farm // Part 3 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

Body Farm // Part 2

Body Farm // Part 2 from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

A Good Day To Me

A doc short commissioned as part of splitpillow’s decade-long “Chicago 360” project, which hopes to chronicle early 21st century life and culture in the windy city.

This Zortz! joint focuses on Charlie Lawrence Jr. and his trade: selling peanuts on the intersection of Harrison and Sacramento, off the highway in the south side of the city.

Listen to the peanut man, kids. You just might learn something.

A Good Day To Me from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

Directed by: Alan Del Rio Ortiz and Aaron Brown
Produced by Ben Poster
Edited by: Alan Del Rio Ortiz
Music By: Zach Goheen
Made possible by splitpillow

To see more of Mr. Ortiz’ work, check out alandelrio.net

Tom Long - Ice Cream Park


TOM LONG // ICE CREAM PARK from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

Tom Long - Studio

If you have a mind, Tom Long’s work should blow it.

This two-part interview, originally shot for Stop Smiling, was directed by gentleman, scholar and Monday night poker hustler Alan Del Rio Ortiz (Vice, Stop Smiling) and produced by Ben Fasman.

Alan says “Tom Long creates hyper intricate landscapes and science fiction tinged paintings loosely based on ancient persian art.”

I say he has an invisible alien world living inside his head, the citizens of which are gradually migrating to ours every time he puts his mind to paper.

Here’s part one…

TOM LONG // STUDIO from Alan Del Rio Ortiz on Vimeo.

I can’t seem to find a home site for Tom Long, but if you want to see more of Mr. Ortiz’ work, check out alandelrio.net