Cy Kuckenbaker continues to experiment with collapsing time. You may remember his brilliant video: “5 Hours of Airplanes Landing in 30 Seconds”. Here he reorganizes San Diego’s midday traffic, by colour. There is no CG here, these are all real cars, they have just been re-ordered.
In many ways this reminds me of those “Time-lapse photos by Pelle Cass”.
Watch the video below!
Michel Gondry’s latest film “Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?” is now up on iTunes. If you’ve already seen it, here’s an extra dose of inspiration in the form of a 9-minute clip of Gondry drawing and talking about the film.
Just watching him work makes me wanna throw my calendar out the window and just doodle all day. Watch below!
I don’t think I’ve seen a video that better captures the adventure of being a kid. Zenga Bros directed this beauty for Saintseneca and it’s powerful because it’s made from years of their own personal footage. You don’t need the latest cameras you just need to make work about things you know. One of my favourites of the year.
Watch the official music video for “Visions” below!
The full length Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2013 video has arrived! It’s kinda devastating to watch this sunny footage in the dead of winter but at least it will heat your face.
It’s kinda wild to think about the amount of art that has been produced in this one small area of Honolulu over the last few years. An artless area of the city has been completely transformed into a mecca for public art. This is my favourite art event every year and the really exciting thing is my friends have plans to bring this event to other cities now, so this is only the beginning.
If you missed it, I shared most of the 2013 murals in a giant blog post here. Enjoy the video below!
i-D has produced an interesting film on the way technology is transforming the fashion industry. Supermodel Coco Rocha (who actually went to the same high school as me), Natalie Massenet, Alistair McKimm, threeASFOUR, and OKFocus discuss multimedia catwalks, wearable tech, and the use of 3D printing to make clothing. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could download a pattern for a shirt and print it off at home? That day may not be far off! Watch “Think Aloud: Future Fashion” below! Read More