05.02.13 by Jeff

“The Future” by Alex Goddard

The Future animation by Alex Goddard
Have you ever wondered what the future will be like? Watch Alex Goddard’s animation below and wonder no longer!

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04.02.13 by Jeff

“Mood Indigo” by Michel Gondry

L'ECUME DES JOURS Mood Indigo film by Michel Gondry
Finally we have the trailer for Michel Gondry’s film, “Mood Indigo”. I really have no idea what’s going on but it looks fantastic. Audrey Tautou and Michel Gondry together at last! Watch the trailer below!

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04.02.13 by Jeff

Shishi Yamazaki

YAMASUKI YAMAZAKI animation by Shishi Yamazaki
“Yamasuki Yamazaki”, another hand-drawn animation from Shishi Yamazaki. Watch below!

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01.02.13 by Jeff

Clubfeet “Everything You Wanted”

clubfeet music video for everything you wanted
A simple effect used over and over but I still like it. Directed by Oh Yeah Wow. Watch below!

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30.01.13 by Jeff

Grizzly Bear “Gun-Shy”

grizzly bear music video for gun-shy directed by kris moyes
Whenever I see the name Kris Moyes on a video I get excited. His latest for Grizzly Bear is on a whole other level. Watch below!

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30.01.13 by Jeff

A Bird Ballet

a bird ballet murmuration
A murmuration captured by Neels Castillon. Watch below!

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29.01.13 by Jeff

Slitscanner.js

Slitscanner.js by sha hwang
Sha Hwang has created a bookmarklet that you can add to your browser and use it to slitscan any Youtube or Vimeo video! Just drag this link to your bookmark bar: slitscanner. Then open a video in Vimeo (make sure you are using HTML5) and click on the bookmarklet. SO COOOL.

I created the above image using this Lazer Sword video (this is also the example Sha uses on his site). Sha says users can download the code and modify it. He’s publishing slitscans to: shahwang.tumblr.com

 

sketches.postarchitectural.com/slitscanner

29.01.13 by Jeff

Tango (1981) by Zbigniew Rybczynski

Tango (1981) by Zbigniew Rybczynski
Cyriak pointed to this brilliant film by Zbigniew Rybczynski as his inspiration for the Bonobo video (posted directly below).

Rybczynski painted 16,000 cell mattes and made several hundred thousand exposures on an optical printer to create this short. It took 7 months to complete, and went on to win an Oscar.

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