25.03.13 by Jeff

Alphabets Heaven “Birthday”


This animation by Renata Gąsiorowska is pure bliss. From what I understand she’s only halfway through art school so what you’re seeing here is only the beginning. I wouldn’t say it’s one of my favourite animations of the year, I’d say it’s one of my favourite anythings from anytime, ever. Watch below!

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25.03.13 by Jeff

Bottled History

Bottled History the art of Ray Gascoigne

Bottled History the art of Ray Gascoigne
Smith Journal profiles Ray Gascoigne who has spent 60 years building beautiful ships inside bottles. Watch below!

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25.03.13 by Jeff

Life Drawing at The Book Club

Life Drawing at The Book Club
Love this little animation, promoting life drawing classes at The Book Clubusing the participants’ drawings! Watch below!

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24.03.13 by Jeff

Heroes for Sale “Jim Morrison”

"Heroes
Warning this video is NSFW. It contains lots of naked people, fire, babies, closeups of a man only wearing a sock (from a low angle). It is also the best rock video I’ve seen in a long time. Watch below!

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24.03.13 by Jeff

Sigur Rós “Brennisteinn”

Sigur Rós - Brennisteinn music video
The new Sigur Rós video is intense! Quite a departure here musically and visually. Directed by Andrew Huang. Watch below!

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22.03.13 by Jeff

Choir of Young Believers “Paralyze”

Choir of Young Believers Paralyze music video

Choir of Young Believers Paralyze music video
Gorgeous new video for one of my favourite bands, Choir Of Young Believers. Directed by Anders Malmberg. Watch below!

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22.03.13 by Jeff

Li Hongbo / Flexible Paper Sculptures [Video]

Li Hongbo / Out Of Paper
When I originally posted Li Hongbo’s incredible flexible paper sculptures (see here) I couldn’t figure out how the heck he was creating them. Now, thanks to this video, I know! Incredible stuff. Watch below!

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21.03.13 by Jeff

Beijing Silvermine – Thomas Sauvin

Beijing Silvermine - Thomas Sauvin
Thomas Sauvin salvages photo negatives from Beijing’s trash and has accumulated over 500,000 images. A Chinese artist named Lei Lei found out about Thomas’ project, and was so touched by the images, he asked if he could use them to make an animation. Watch until the end, it’s worth it!

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