Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Weight Ain't Nothin but a Number

So we (Apprentusz Artz) produced this comedic video titled "Weight ain't nothin' but a Number" A video for a song which is a parody of the late Aaliyah's "Age ain't Nothing but a Number" Shooting it was very fun and the video turned out to be funnier than we imagined. We must say the shoot took all day which was fine since I did expect time to be put into the project. I must say I never expected it to be so much work but I loved every bit of it. It is a great example of a plan that comes together. Although not yet scheduled, Me and Justin Couch are in talks about a sequel. Also shout out to Michelle Jackson who also was in the video as well as Ruth Ann Woods who was director of photography, Shaun Burch for Location. Last but not least, Micah Nelson the video Director did a very professional job. This will be the First video Project of 4Reel Media Group. The link to the video is below.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Astonishment to Arrive

Here we are yet again. It is well known to me many of the goals Apprentusz Artz have set however, accomplishment of those goals are the overall picture. As time have passed I have strongly considered what should be done and what should be done now. I have written a screenplay only to realize later it would have been even more interesting as a stage play so here goes. A stage play strongly based on trust creativity (of course) deception and and lets not forget ENVY. The creation of this story will be as alive as the effect it gives after created. This Story is a living part of the visionary scope Apprentusz Artz view the world through consistently. Not the story alone, but the power of how it is told as well as how it is seen will have an equal if not even more powerful style
as the creation its self. When commiting or expecting anything from Apprentusz Artz my advise is this: Do not look forward to what it is, look forward to what it does.



"Appreciate Perspective"

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


A Value many lack for others yet desire for themselves. A value that is worth more than gold (at least to me) but cost less than nothing. A level of honor or even an inanimate delicacy for the living to - if nothing else, socially earn and give one another. A concept that is often believed in practiced in words alone. It is an Attribute often mistaken for polite and cordial acts of
kindness. True respect is felt not simply spoken. It is demonstrated even when its value appears to be worth less then the effort put forth to give it. It is warm, not cold and it is remembered not forgotten. True acts of respect are not always demonstrated by ones treatment to you, but your interpretation of their treatment to others.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

lost in time

When you look at a tombstone and view the birthday and death date of a person you will notice the little line in between that represents the life of them. I feel like my line is being waisted and I can't fucking stop it. I feel that I am not serving my true purpose and every time I try their are always consequences. I feel like my survival is based on me serving everyone else except me. I see no future in anything...not the way I am living. I am so tired and yet I can't see anything that shows why except for the fact that I am not completely lost. I'm tired of wearing a face that gets me through the day. I wish I can be who I feel I am inside. I wish I can be seen for who I am and not just what I am to others. At this point I can't see the difference between the line that seperates the birthday and death date from death its self. Surviving is not truley living. Surviving must be all I am doing, because I rarely feel alive anymore.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

My Love for Philly

Now I am aware of the often negative attention Philly can often get from the media but I think its good side is often downplayed. It is pretty fun and seems to be a world of its own. Plus they got goodburger. Yes home of the good burger (that is their slogan) which actually is pretty good. There college scene isn't to bad either and no matter how much their Eagles may be attracted by other football team fans, Philly makes sure you mind your mouth about it around them. It is a city environment with a surprisingly suburban complex all through it. Great diners and some of the best music artist of our time are natives of it. No matter what They say I have great memories of it. I got nothing but Love for it and many of the people in it, who do not make it to the news unfortunately. Besides where else are you going to go to stay in line for an hour and a half(and this is in January) to get a cheese steak? Like I said, I got nothing but love for Philly.

love,love park,aartz,stan jackson

Interviewing the streets

Since hater Stan and Productive Stan already had their boxing match basically, I think its time I
speak with and interview those who share Productive Stan's point of view. Wouldn't wan't unmotivate the hired help LoL:) Within the next couple of weeks I will be conducting blogotory interviews. Yes! I said "blogotory". These interviews will be based from the opinion of independent artists in the general public as well as those within Aartz. I think we should get a since of how these people come about, why and what next. I will also give you upcoming information on their sites so you can keep up to date with what to expect next . After all not all, artists are the same or think alike. This hopefully will teach some of you out there to appreciate perspective.

Sunday, March 22, 2009


Hater Stan: If anyone asked why would someone create something like this now.
What is "this" I speak of? An independent print and media liberal communication umbrella for other independent companies. (Apprentusz Artz)

Productive Stan: Why not and what time does my hater ass counterpart of my brain is talking about?

Hater Stan: A financial recession. Where big time accountants are asking paper or plastic. You had a dream that this would be easy and it started like that but quickly changed right?

Productive Stan: Something like that except I realized that aside from the financial problem there is indeed a very good reason to create a company such as A.artz.

Hater Stan: What would that be? You should be saving all the money you can right now in case things get worst like everyone else. What could this reason be?

Productive Stan: The financial problem. The most interesting thing about not having money is, most people are forced to make due with what and who they have. Innovate is key at a time like this. People do not go out as much spending they stay home on there computers like you the viewer is now. Apprentusz artz communicate through voice and Net. as a specialty putting like minds and creative artists together to create interesting and innovative work.

Hater Stan: Ohhhh Spoken like a artist. Mothafucka please!

Productive Stan: Well why are you are on here Hater Stan? What happen to them club nights at the goodshot bar in Newark Delaware?

Hater Stan: ...................It got old.

Productive Stan: Clubs are tools of A.Artz not pimps of it. We get artists what and who they need when they need and we are becoming very good at it. Then we make our own creative projects. I believe this could be one of the bests times to be with A.Artz.

Hater Stan: Well where is the money at Mr. Business maker exec blah blah bullshit....

Productive Stan: .....I don't have any.

Hater Stan: Because you are broke ya company is bullshit and is already at its end!

Productive Stan: LoL...Aartz, Viral House and Egad are fine. Shades of View will be fine too and you know why?

Hater Stan: Because you and your friends live in a dream world?

Productive Stan: No because finances are in a recession but people are not. Ideas are not and low budget innovation is not. The Privileged are in a Recession but the avaerage to poor are living just another day. I hate to break it to ya but yes I am in a financial recession like everyone else but anthing under Apprentusz Artz ideal and management is not. Problems in our world are not slowing down by a recession so neither should the solution.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Keeping on track

I created a google calender account to help us stay on track and keep on the correct path.