30.07.08 by Jeff


Every now and then I browse VVORK and today I came across the work of Germaine Kruip. Kruip used 300 computer-controlled halogen lights and a translucent fabric to create a moving shadow in this hallway. “The Wavering Skies” looks like something out of a Kubrick film or a Jamiroquai video, and while the work itself isn’t mind-blowing, it did give me roughly a thousand new ideas for cool music videos and/or horror movie sequences.

If you’re ever looking for a great way to combat creative blocks just put together a little bookmark folder for yourself of really random image-heavy links and make sure VVORK is one of them.

If you come across other sites like this leave a comment!

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Sam

    live vvork, but where is that sam sparro post u had?

  • it’s still there

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