22.06.15 by Staff

Artist Profile: Toro y Moi

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Great video and feature on Chaz Bundick, aka Toro y Moi, by Yours Truly featuring Chaz’s work as an illustrator, designer, and founder of Company Creative. Check out the video below!

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08.06.15 by Staff

Video of the Day: “Spinning Daggers

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Mesmerizing video by Benjamin Ducoz featuring small, wooden sculptures set in motion amongst a natural landscape. Watch below!

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28.05.15 by Staff

Totally Free by Daniel Soares

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Totally Free is a short documentary by San Francisco based art director Daniel Soares that explores the unique world of contemporary rollerskating culture. Beautifully shot. Watch the full video below.

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21.05.15 by Staff

Monogrenade – Le Fantôme

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Haunting video for “Le Fantôme” off Monogrenade’s second album Composite. Directed by Kristof Brandl and shot by cinematographer Christophe Collette, the video tells the story of a man who undergoes a procedure that allows him to revisit moments not quite frozen in time.

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Watch the full video below.

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01.04.15 by Jeff

Skate Video of the Day: “Vicious Circle” by Olivier Fanchon

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Love the energy in this video, “Vicious Circle”, shot in Paris by Olivier Fanchon. A great edit featuring Yoan Taillandier, Greg Cuadrado, Lucien Clarke, Karl Salah, Sam Partaix, Vincent Touzery and Leo Valls. Turn your speakers up, Nine Inch Nails was a good choice. Watch the video below.

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17.02.15 by Jeff

Animation: Visiter ビデオ

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London-based visual artist Natalia Stuyk’s beautifully glitchy abstract love letter to Tokyo. Watch Visiter ビデオ below.

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22.01.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Ratking “Snow Beach” Directed by Ari Marcopoulos

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Wiki, Hak, and Sporting Life, aka New York-based hip hop group RATKING, team up with renowned photographer/filmmaker Ari Marcopoulos for their track “Snow Beach”. Watch the video below.

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02.01.15 by Jeff

Future Technology: DJ Qbert’s Extraterrestria is World’s First Interactive Album Packaging [VIDEO]

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Extraterrestria is DJ Qbert’s long-awaited follow up to his groundbreaking debut album, Wave Twisters (2001), and it features a pretty next level album cover. The printed cover is actually a set of functional Bluetooth MIDI decks and DJ controller that connects to iOS and OSX, making it the world’s first interactive album packaging.

QBert’s company Thud Rumble collaborated with Algoriddim and Novalia to create an album cover that allows fans to manipulate the album (or any mp3s) by moving their fingers along the surface. Apparently most of the copies will be going to those that funded the project on Kickstarter, with a small number made available through Thud Rumble.

Watch the video below to see it in action!

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