This amazing video with magnificent colorgrading and also some really dope motiongraphics. Shot with a simple 550D and a little help from Twixtor. Nice! Bigup for Thomas Blanchard and this beautiful edit!
After releasing a series of EPs over the past couple of years, UK electro-rockers Three Trapped Tigers have now released their first full length titled Route One Or Die. Here is a new video from it for “Noise Trade”, as their label sums up, it’s a murderous animation of a robot monster who’s got a big problem with woodland creatures, birds and fish…
If you’ve seen the 1953 French film “Le Ballon Rouge” then you know where the Balloon Bench was inspired from. Although it appears as if the bench is floating, the illusion is created by the balloons actually being anchored to the ceiling. The balloons even act as lamps. Want one? Check Gallery SOMEWHERE in Tokyo.
Book trading company Mint Vinetu from Lithuania presents this wonderful series of ads that really puts into perspective how people can get lost in their books. When one reads books, he/she starts living it and identifies with main character. These print ads focus on the idea of becoming someone else.
The idea for the ‘the natural speaker’ derived from the desire to create an absolutely unique, handcrafted speaker for the interior space. Whereas a lot of speakers are constructed to produce a rather fat bass and sharp high tones, Joon & Jung felt the sound was kind of stuck inside the speakers, missing a natural vibe and ambiance. During the development of the ‘the natural speaker’ they discovered the great properties of porcelain as a speaker casing, providing a clear resonance and mellow sound.
For over 40 years Rob Pollock has been perfecting the art of faux woodgraining. Traditionally used in the restoration of classic cars and vintage hot rods, Rob has applied this technique to custom bike frames. Each frame is hand painted by Rob himself and finished with two pot epoxy resin to give a hard durable finish.
For its fourth edition in 2011, Monumenta has invited Anish Kapoor, an Indian-born British artist, to challenge the 13,500 m2 of the Grand Palais. He translated his vision on Leviathan, an ancient mythic monster, into a huge PVC-artwork, where visitors can also visit the inside. Each year Monumenta invites an international artist to create an artwork designed for one purpose only. To fill the space of Paris’ Grand Palais. With the Grand Palais, Monumenta (an artistic foundation) has an exhibition room of exceptional scale with 13,500m² and a height of 35m.
Anish Kapoor is well-known for these kind of big creations.
A moth being caught in a spiders web. Struggling for an escape, the moth’s panic movements only result in less chance of survival. What follows is the type of causality everyone is expecting. The spider appears, claims his prey and feeds on it. The way nature works. But it’s the point of view that creates an intense relationship between the hunter and its victim. There is much more to explore, much more to feel if one takes the time to really experience the content of a split second.