Darcy Prendergast and Seamus Spilsbury created this amazing animation for “Time To Go” by Wax Tailor and Aloe Blacc. It’s so well done that I was convinced parts of it were CG, but Darcy assured me over Twitter it’s all stop-motion. The crochetted creature’s little adventure was shot over the course of three and a half months (six days a week, 12-hour days). Watch below!
Artist Javier Riera projects beams of light onto various landscapes, creating installations that explore the link between nature and geometry. More images below.
Pennsylvania-born and (currently) Ohio-based artist Nicki Crock’s lovely paper installation features miniature houses resting atop floating, geometric clouds. Recently on display at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, “Dream House” reflects Crock’s own sense of nostalgia, movement and search for home. More images below.
Artist Tauba Auerbach teams up with Printed Matter for an incredible pop-up masterpiece [2,3]. The “book” is actually a series of six separate, intricately designed, geometric paper sculptures.
See more images below and watch New York-based director Sam Fleischner’s beautifully shot video of their unveiling over at Booooooom TV!