Mr Fortune animation by Eric Lerne

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By Zolton in Video on Friday 4 December 2009

I love this video of the wonderfully enigmatic Mr Fortune, created by Eric Lerne. There’s a quiet sense of joy about his bouncy gait. And the music is kinda fun, too.

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Basement Jaxx’s My Turn futuristic animation

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By Michelle Wilding in New Trends on Friday 27 November 2009

Never before have metrical nodding love bears been so cool. I’m pretty fond of Light Speed Champion, but in the end, it’s these funky, adorable, furred creatures that give Basement Jaxx’s new My Turn video clip such appeal. Get your boogie on people. You know you want to.

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They Might Be Giants’ Electric Car animated video

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By Zolton in Video on Friday 27 November 2009

The fifth They Might Be Giants album, Here Comes Science, may be directed at kids but we can enjoy it too. Yes, we can. The video for Electric Car is just that: electric.

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50 ways I blew $50K

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By Katrina Whitehead in Video on Thursday 19 November 2009

Spending a huge amount of money is easy when you’re without a mortgage, kids or a full time job. To ease my financial guilt, I recently put together this list of fifty fun, bizarre and slightly mad ways in which I managed to blow $50K over the years — buying myself nothing but amazing memories […]

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Vladislav Delay video directed by Carolina Melis

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By Zolton in Video on Tuesday 17 November 2009

This is the new video for Vladislav Delay — the alter-ego of Finnish composer Sasu Ripatti, also known for his work as Luomo and Uusitalohas. Taken from the recent Tummaa album, the video for the single Toive was directed by Carolina Melis (who has previously made videos for labelmates Efterklang and Colleen) and Lorenzo Sportiello, […]

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Artificial Paradise, Inc.

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Wednesday 7 October 2009

Neato video by artist and musician Jean-Paul Frenay about some futuristic corporation that has developed ‘organic virtual reality’ software designed to retrieve the memories of mankind. We assume that ‘organic’ simply means drippy, bulbous, and tendril-y.

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Bunnies, bunnies, everywhere bunnies

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By Zolton in New Trends on Thursday 1 October 2009

Ok, so I’m never going to win the Lotto, and I’m damn sure they’re never going to run an ad with us, But heck, this is one hell of a video. You just can’t go wrong with bunnies. And lots of them.

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Behind Martynka Wawrzyniak’s Ketchup exhibition

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By Zolton in Video on Wednesday 19 August 2009

A follow-up to New York photographer Martynka Wawrzyniak ‘Kids’ show, Ketchup exposed another dimension of her subjects tied together through a spraying of the thickly tomato sauce — at Wawrzyniak herself. It’s quite a sight! This exclusive video made for the Feature Shoot site captures the behind the scenes action from her experimental performance which […]

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The Last Day On Earth animated video

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By Zolton in Video on Thursday 6 August 2009

This beautifully animated clip for Kate Miller-Heidke’s new song The Last Day On Earth was created by Sydney artist Jefferton James.

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Classic Japanese TV: The Sprint Game

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By Zolton in Video on Friday 31 July 2009

A Japanese game show where you have to combat a sped-up treadmill, eating food bits along the way risk being dumped in a pool of water, and ultimately reach the end with your dignity at least somewhat in tack? It couldn’t exist. Could it?

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Jake and Dinos Chapman’s amazing short films

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By Dalek in Video on Saturday 18 July 2009

Jake and Dinos Chapman are on the same level as the South Park duo, as far as I’m concerned. I draw the parallel in my mind, but whether anyone would agree, I don’t know. It’s like they took every sketch I made as a kid and turned them into the most awesome play set ever. […]

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Civilization by Marco Brambilla

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Tuesday 14 July 2009

This eye-melting video, made from over four hundred appropriated video clips, is installed in the elevators of the Standard Hotel in New York City. If someone can identify the clip of the gyrating lady with a black hood in the middle of the earth segment, I will be eternally grateful. I know I’ve seen that […]

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Please Say Something

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Friday 26 June 2009

David OReilly’s animation, Please Say Something, is one of the most sophisticated I’ve seen, narratively speaking. It tackles the subject of dysfunctional relationships with a Bergman-esque disjointedness, cast with a cute but tragic cat-and-mouse pair who live in a distant future. The film is emotionally resonant, to say the least — watch with caution, it […]

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Groove Is In The Heart Japanese style

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By Zolton in Video on Thursday 25 June 2009

There’s just something so enticing about this manga version of the Deee-lite classic, Groove Is In The Heart. Yup, I just want to crawl inside this video and become one with my happy, smiling dancing buddies.

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Kanye West Gay Fish Drawing

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Tuesday 23 June 2009

Sure, this parody song is great on its own, but this accompanying video of someone doing a rather nice drawing of Kanye as a gay fish takes it to the next level.

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