Sprinkle Blog

  • SAFE: Black Satin Living Room

    September 13, 2013

    New music video for Oakland’s own SAFE produced by Sprinkle Lab. Check the premiere over on The Fader.

  • Pizza & Porn

    September 12, 2013

    Interview from 1998 with Director Paul Thomas Anderson. He discusses his film Boogie Nights and eats pizza slices.

  • Share Practice

    September 11, 2013

    ~a fun GIF from a fun shoot over the weekend~

  • Short Term 12 wins at SXSW

    September 10, 2013


    Congratulations to Destin Cretton, who won the SXSW Narrative Feature Grand Jury Award for his film Short Term 12.

    Short Term 12 was developed from Cretton’s short film of the same title, which won the Jury Prize for Short Filmmaking during the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

    We’re thrilled to be re-blogging this terrific news coming from Austin, TX. Our friends and fellow film-makers are taking home the highest honors from this years SXSW film festival.

    Such a heartfelt congratulations to Destin and the rest of the team, feel free to come by for donuts anytime.


    September 9, 2013

    Hey check out this fun new video we did with Oakland’s noise rock superstars Religious Girls!

    Ad Hoc was kind enough to feature the video in a vaguely bitchy post, yaaaaaay!

  • We Love Sprinkley Art

    September 8, 2013

    Acrylic Ink on 8x 10 in. Illustration Board.

  • Spotlight: Fleur and Manu

    September 7, 2013

    Fleur and Manu are an inspiring duo who make music videos that keep people dreaming.  Their ethereal video for Connan Mockasin leaves you wanting to take part in this Lynch-esque forest pow wow.

    This video shines some light on the creative process behind making Faking Jazz Together.

    Check out their video for Connan Mockasin, as well as their work for M83!!
  • Fun at Work

    September 6, 2013

    Our production intern Jazmin putting the final touches on a fun Religious Girls music video! Yay!

  • (non) finite

    Roman Opałka was a French-born Polish painter who painted numbers. In 1965 he began painting a process of counting – from one to infinity. Starting in the top left-hand corner of the canvas and finishing in the bottom right-hand corner, the tiny numbers were painted in horizontal rows. As of July 2004, he had reached 5.5 million.

    On August 6th 2011, Roman Opalka completed his work: “the finite defined by the nonfinite”

  • Spotlight: LICKS

    September 5, 2013

    Check out the trailer for a very exciting new Oakland film, Licks. A lot of the locations are around the neighborhood where we at Sprinkle Lab work and live.