Short animation exploring texture by Berlin-based interdisciplinary design studio, Colors And The Kids. Watch below!
Building everything with literally nothing but his bare hands, the guy behind Primitive Technology has turned basic human resourcefulness into his own personal hobby. And this isn’t just rubbing two sticks together to create fire or crafting rudimentary tools.
“Primitive technology is a hobby where you make things in the wild completely from scratch using no modern tools or materials. This is the strict rule. If you want a fire- use fire sticks, an axe- pick up a stone and shape it, a hut- build one from trees, mud, rocks etc. The challenge is seeing how far you can go without modern technology. If this hobby interests you then this blog might be what you are looking for.
Also It should be noted that I don’t live in the wild but just practice this as a hobby. I live in a modern house and eat modern food. I just like to see how people in ancient times built and made things. It is a good hobby that keeps you fit and doesn’t cost anything apart from time and effort.”
In his latest post, he adds a full on chimney to his tiled-roof mud hut (constructed in a previous entry) and makes his own clay pots! Watch the full video below!
Beautifully shot short by New York-based filmmaker, Zachary Heinzerling. Based on the work of (and starring) artist Hugh Hayden, who incorporates animals he’s found already-dead as well as the feathers of those he’s hunted and killed himself. “Hugh The Hunter” offers a unique twist on the hunter-becoming-the-hunted motif and a very different kind of artist profile. Watch the full video below!
This is INSANE! I don’t even know what I’m looking at??? So many amazing illusions here. I need to see all the behind the scenes of this video. Kriss Kyle is billed as the most creative BMX rider of his generation and he definitely gets a video that does his reputation justice; Kyle performs some tricks the world has never seen in an environment constantly changing and shapeshifting around him.
Huge round of applause for director Ben Scott (somehow this was his first directing gig), and all the designers, production artists, cinematographers, everyone involved with this project. One of the coolest things I’ve seen in recent memory. Watch “Kaleidoscope” below.
Love the vibe of this animated video by Barcelona-based studio Manson and artist Pau Sampera for Extrarradio’s “Devolverla Mejorada”. Watch it below.
John John Florence is the best surfer on the planet and this looks like the greatest surf film ever made. DAMN. Watch the trailer for award-winning studio Brain Farm’s “View From A Blue Moon” (the first surf film shot entirely in 4k) below.