The introduction features the skateboarders performing tricks on or over obstacles such as blocks and stair sets while they are exploding. Shown in very slow motion, the intro is accompanied by a soundtrack from electronic music group M83.
Whaletone is an advanced digital stage piano that combines high-end musical components with the exquisite beauty of form – spectacular yet elegant, monumental, yet dynamic. It is an interpretation of the shape of a classic grand piano in the language of modern design. Inspired by the majestic beauty of marine mammals, it is a unique fusion of greatness and subtlety.
So Yoon Lym titled her painting series for her upcoming Paterson Museum exhibition, The Dreamtime for a few reasons that have to do with this original reference. These hair and braid pattern designs are for the most part viewed from an aerial perspective. In most cultures around the world, perspective in art is aerial. It is not the egocentric perspective of European Renaissance art.
How does it feel to fly like a bird? Does life go in slow-motion? The Melbourne Skydive Centre has made a video to show people the beauty of skydiving. They’ve asked some professionals to take a GoPro videocamera with them. You can see the stunning result here. Would you want to go skydiving? Nahhh… ok!
This video is one of the craziest and weirdest I’ve seen in a while. There are so many different scenes where the viewer is left with questions. Though, after I’ve watched it a couple of times, some things do make sense. The tune is superbe, no-nonsense and catchy. Figure the meaning of this video out for yourself, really can’t help you with this one. If you’re allergic to titties, don’t watch.
When you look closely at bees, wasps, and flies, they are quite complex and ugly. When you study a bird, it seems at home in the air, but with these creatures it almost feels as if they shouldn’t fly. Si Scott wanted to find and emphasize their beauty, while also keeping their natural dark edge.
Atipo is a Spanish design studio from Gijón which created an interesting series of posters dedicated to four typographical designers. For this great work they combined facial expressions and black-and-white make-up interpreting Caslon Italic, Clarendon Bold, Helvetica Bold and Carousel Medium.
This was filmed between 4th and 11th April 2011. The goal was to capture the beautiful Milky Way galaxy along with one of the most amazing mountains I know El Teide. I have to say this was one of the most exhausting trips I have done. There was a lot of hiking at high altitudes and probably less than 10 hours of sleep in total for the whole week. Having been here 10-11 times before I had a long list of must-see locations I wanted to capture for this movie, but I am still not 100% used to carrying around so much gear required for time-lapse movies.
Some people die in a very theatrical way. The samurai in the video for ‘Lovely Bloodflow’ from Baths is a perfect example. The music goes so well with the video, it’s almost as if it’s written for it. It also gives you the feeling like you’re watching a part from a movie, doesn’t it? Let us know what you think on our Facebook-page. Directed and produced by L.A. based Young Replicant agency, ‘Lovely Bloodflow’ made it onto Pitchfork’s Top Music Videos of 2010.
Subprime by Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple is a music video, 3D animation exercise and spectacular visual commentary on America’s socioeconomic situation all in one. The project, which Winkelmann created on Cinema 4D, is his first 3D animated film and took five months to complete. “It was a technical challenge for me,” he says.