Tuesday, February 28, 2012


a brand new documentary created by a 17 year old high school student named Pete Bell just came out. The short film is titled "Neon Savant & the Silent Trajectory" and it is the story about Rhinoceropolis, the highly influential and legendary Denver DIY art-punk warehouse that has been existing for almost 7 years. I was lucky enough to call Rhinoceropolis home for 5 years (i still live right next door). During those years i saw the spirit of Rhinoceropolis change and inspire countless lives, and it still continues to do so, as evidenced in this film. No one has yet to tell the story of Rhinoceropolis, and in my opinion (biased of course) this film is an instant classic, made by a young kid who was directly inspired by that beautiful warehouse that inspired so many others just like him. For people who only think culture exists in new york and Los Angeles, watch it and see the Denver magic! Rhinoceropolis forever.

1 comment:

  1. Gosh, Travis, this is really great. What a legendary, magical, progressive place. Glad that it's in good and new hands, like it needed to shed its' shell or something. I miss it and all its' people. PS. Barr+Marnie Stern...my favorite show at rhino of all time. Tom, you were there.