“Inner Space Artifacts” is an experimental animation by San Francisco-based, 3D artist Ben Ridgway. Ridgway has been experimenting with animation since 1992 and helped develop games for Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Watch “Inner Space Artifacts” below!
Designer Linda Dong left her job at Apple to travel the world and work on personal projects. She’s currently based in Tokyo and has made this really cool little animation using only the Apple Keynote app. I am now officially embarrassed of every presentation I’ve made. She’s provided some tips and her project file on her site here. Watch the animation below.
The video for Björk’s “Stonemilker” was shot in Iceland by frequent collaborator director Andrew Thomas Huang. Oh yeah, it’s also a 360° virtual reality experience, with Björk moving in and out of frame, requiring you to use the icon in the top left corner to follow her as she sings. Really cool that Youtube allows for this functionality! Try it below!
Sean Pecknold’s video for Nicolas Godin’s “Orca” is like a mix of 80s era Sesame Street and our old Made of Imagination Project. The visuals are especially reminiscent of those classic learning animations. It also helps that Godin’s track was inspired by Bach’s Prelude & Fugue N°3 in C # Major. Watch the video below!
The latest instalment of the InFrame video portrait series features documentary photographer, Jessica Lehrman. Having covered largely underground communities and cultures for major media outlets like VICE, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times, Lehrman discusses her approach to photography in a way that is highly personal and impressively business-minded. See the full video below.