05.05.15 by Jeff

Collages by Artist Joe Rudko

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These collages by artist Joe Rudko are a combination of cut photographs and coloured pencil drawings. Fantastic stuff. More images below.

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05.05.15 by Jeff

Best of Kickstarter: “Overgrowth” by Parker Fitzgerald and Riley Messina

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For the past two years photographer Parker Fitzgerald and floral designer Riley Messina have been creating beautiful flower-filled images together for their project, Overgrowth.

The two are now in the process of compiling it all into one beautiful self-published book, and have launched an Overgrowth Kickstarter to get the project over the finish line. Take a look at some of their gorgeous photos and a video clip below.

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05.05.15 by Jeff

Animation: 20syl “Back & Forth”

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A simple but effective little animated music video for 20syl’s “Back & Forth”, directed by Thomas Porthé. Watch the video below.

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04.05.15 by Jeff

Photographer Daisuke Takakura

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“Monodramatic” is a series of digitally manipulated photographs by Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura playfully exploring identity, and the many versions of ourselves that simultaneously exist. Lots more images below.

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04.05.15 by Jeff

Animation: Todd Terje “Alfonso Muskedunder”

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Bendik Kaltenborn and Espen Friberg created this fantastic animation for Todd Terje’s “Alfonso Muskedunder”. Loved this entire album and it would be a dream to see the whole thing animated like this. So good! Watch the music video below.

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04.05.15 by Jeff

Photographer Ike Edeani

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A selection of photos from “Karibu Tena” a series by photographer Ike Edeani, from his travels through Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. More images below.

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04.05.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Jamie xx “Gosh”

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This first single got me really excited for Jamie xx’s new album, In Colour. Erik Wernquist directs this beautifully subtle video. Watch “Gosh” below.

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04.05.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge

Offscreen Colonies

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Demoscene production by Hungarian group Conspiracy won first place in the 64K category at the recent Revision Demoparty held at Saarbrücken, Germany. For those that do not know, the demoscene produce audio/visual experiences with code that run on your PC, and in some cases, try to get fantastic results with as little resouces as possible. This demo is 64K in size (to compare, the BOOOOOOOM! header logo above is 22K) and should for best results be seen on your computer, but embedded below is a video to demonstrate what can be possible (and apparently looks fantastic on 4K screens).

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