Television provides a lot of the American populous with filler in their day-to-day work lives. However, the entertainment TV is meant to provide has been in a stark decline. People now enjoy watching vicarious living: people failing, mundane jobs they do not work, spoiled disrespecting infants, and lackluster competition. The news in America now provides […]
In this music video, the artist combined traditional watercolor techniques with digital effects. Every texture, illustration or letter was painted and scanned several times to achieve this beautiful effect. It took weeks to produce because of the high level of details and the painting effect the artist wanted to achieve. It’s a brilliant combination of […]
In the 90s, if it said Teenbeat on it, I would buy it (and usually did). So take two members of great 90s Teenbeat bands (Unrest and Blast Off Country Style) and get them covering jingles? I’m listening. After all, what is a jingle if not just a really short pop song? The Bumblebee Tuna […]
Sometimes I like to gaze up at the sky and slowly watch the clouds swirl around overhead, or look at the different ways that light hits portions of a vast valley. I think that’s what I like about nature: the fact that nothing is ever the same, nor will it ever be again. Therefore, I’m […]
Video Sassoon is a phantasmagorical meditation on media, remediation, and the editing process. Discarded strips of videotape are repurposed to create a screen through which a digital video is projected. In the video, newly severed pieces of hair float across the screen to the tune of a familiar funeral ballad that has been rendered unrecognizable […]
I have a folder in my bookmarks called Time Wasters. It is the first place I go when I have been on my computer for a while and just want to zone out on silliness for a bit, rather get any actual ‘work’ done. The first in this list is Instant Cosby, a full screen […]
I discovered this from a Slate podcast a while back. Regardless if this is not demonstrative of an animals intelligence, I have a hard time believing that humans are the only beings evolving. I hope this expands our concepts of what is really happening around us.
What exactly is happiness? How can we measure it? Where can we find it? How can we get more of it? These are the questions that four intrepid travelers – a journalist, economist, blogger and cinematographer – intend to get to the bottom of on a planned Quest for Happiness through the mountains, valleys, villages, […]
Who knew finding and collecting your own food could be so entertaining? And dangerous. If you’ve been thinking about breaking free from the monotony of your local supermarket, and you’re sick of the fact that you actually have to pay for food, you should try snacking on the pesky weeds you find in your own […]
It makes sense that Llewelyn Ash loves the outdoors, as his work reflects the unique Australian landscape in which he lives. Through this, Ash explores the concepts of belonging, longing and personal change; bounding natural elements with the human experience. I know, you want to know more. Luckily, videographer Benjamin Dowie has made a great […]
I’m a director and graphic designer from Munich and I’ve just released this music video I’ve done for American-based producer, singer and DJ, Ruckazoid. It’s an experimental journey into alternative graph realities and depicts an abstract intergalactic love story. My inspiration for this video derives from natural pattern formation, interpersonal relationships, and the need for […]
By Andrea Caccese in Video on Thursday 11 October 2012
This passionate short movie was directed by Seattle-based film maker Isaiah Corey as a recollection of his long journey through Europe. 13 countries, 40 trains, 80 days. The soundtrack is Echoes of Mine by M83.
Of all childhood toys to reboot, Furby has made its comeback, and it was launched worldwide on Sept 16. It comes with LCD saucers for eyes, making it look possessed and immensely emotive. It has no power button, meaning you can’t switch it off, making it extraordinarily annoying. A Furby iOS app even translates Furbish […]
This is a really nice app, and a great way to get film of an event. By using the app, phones shooting video in the same location can compile all the footage from their friends to create a multi-angle edit. Smart.
You know what they say about YouTube comments. Always read them. One went, ‘Never watch at this after 00.00 It was fuckin´horrible’. We clearly didn’t heed that and merrily skipped ahead to watch a Japanese bloke covered in goop stare at us as he ate ice cream off the top of his head. Another said, […]