Wednesday, 22 December 2010


This is a lil something I created with my chimp sister. What was initially her messing with my camera, was soon developed into a short animation. The result was so hilariously poor I entered it into an online competition. To my surprise I received a reply which read, 

'we like your entry 'Bunny', however, it doesn't meet the full competition criteria. All shorts must be silent and of exactly 20 seconds length. Please re-edit and submit asap for entry...' 

So I re-edited, added the extra 3 seconds needed and submitted again only to realise I missed the deadline by 2 days. Hmmm....

Anyway, here are both versions of Bunny. First is the original with added soundtrack and second is the slightly longer re-edited version with alternate ending.

Rattle my bones,


Sunday, 12 December 2010

stella artois: peel my banana

The other day my friend Emma asked me to take some outfit photos of her to use for a casting. I said yes on the promise of a hot dinner. She was cast to feature in a Stella Artois advert starring alongside Adrien Brody which will be aired in February during The Super Bowl XLV. *

Emma has a great wardrobe full of 60's vintage, Rockabilly and Mod styles which provided the inspiration for this series of prints.

photography/illustration: ninopaulito
model/styling: emmab

(*re-edit: see video at the end of this post)

The advert. Emma is the lady in red.

Monday, 6 December 2010

RART Order @ rebel bingo

RART Order teamed up with Rebel Bingo in Manchester to host the Vauxhall Motors Bingo Club
Nino Paulito was there to document all the wild happenings.

Rebel Bingo is dangerous and addictive. The authorities are after us. They want to shut us down. But we won't let them. Our numbers are growing. We're spreading across the country. You won't see us but we're everywhere. You won't hear us but we're right behind you. We're everywhere and nowhere, but wherever we are we're playing dirty secret hardcore Rebel Bingo on the down low. 

We know it's wrong. 

But it feels so right. 

Thursday, 2 December 2010