Mike Winkelmann AKA Beeple created this 3D animated video for Flying Lotus’s single ‘Kill Your Co-Workers’. You can actually download all of the 3d characters in the video for free at beeple-crap.com/resources.php. Strange but good (just like Flying Lotus).
A talented group of artisans assembled this video for the Midnight Juggernauts single ‘Lara Vs The Savage Pack’ shooting it frame by frame using over 2000 printed pieces of paper to generate the desired effect.
Directors: Lucinda Schreiber & Beatrice Pegard
Editor – Jaan Ranniko
Producers – Jaan Ranniko, Sonia Tsai
Compositor – Simon von Wolkenstein
DOP – Tania Lambert
Art Directors – Virginia Mesiti, Kate Dougherty
Stylist – Angelika Nilsson
Masks: Stephanie Anderson & Dave Ladd
Paul Kamuf assembled this interesting experimental video about the life of a text for John Pugh who is also in the band Free Blood. It uses the screen in an unconventional way to further the message and incorporates video and motion to tell the story about what happens when you reach out and tell someone what your thinking with your cell.
I received an email from ‘Kijek/Adamski’ about this weird music video for the single “W pięciu smakach” for the group Brodka that is based on a late night shopping trip to a now disappeared Warsaw shopping district called ‘Fair Europe’ which offered up cheap clothing from Vietnamese immigrants. Yeah, I think it’s perfectly fair to call this ‘weird’, but it’s also backed by an extremely catchy song that makes me pretty curious about the rest of the album.
Illustrator Michael Gillette updates with some excellent work up at his new website. I particularly like what he is doing in that he is not operating with a singular style but addressing each project with a unique illustrative solution. That is not an easy thing to do and his work is very inspiring. I desperately want to get my hands on a copy of that MGMT poster. If you know where to find one, leave a comment. I am a big fan of both the band and that style of illustration.
Photographer Hermione Hodgson has a trendy urban eye and is also not afraid to be bold with her use of color which always plays a strong role in her compositions. She is an accomplished artist having worked with some of the UK’s best advertising agencies.
I picked up on this today from the Vimeo Staff Picks (which are always awesome by the way) and really enjoyed this video for Baths new single ‘Lovely Bloodflow’ off of the recently released album ‘Cerulean’.
Directed by Alex Takacs and Joe Nankin
DP: Adam Kauper
AC: Andrew Taylor
Wardobe: Lina Lund Mortensen
Make-up: Maria Lee
VFX, Edit, Post: Alex Takacs
Featuring: Takumi Akin, Jane Kilcullen,
Molly Garber, Genevieve Ward
PAs: Ben Krueger, Katherine Carlsburg,
Andrew Scott Levy, Marcus Inglizian,
Will Wiesenfeld, Mario Luna
Very special thanks: Mike Prior, Jason Wolchuk,
Gina Dell’Amico, Jasmin Avila, Mackenzie McNabb, Robert Giardina, Nimrod Zalmanowitz
Cee-Lo Green (Gnarls Barkley) has some choice words for all you gold diggers out there. The guy’s a genius. You just have to admit it. How many people are going to be singing this? Sign ‘o the times I guess when the new pop anthem chorus on everyone’s tongue starts with ‘fuck you’.
I received an email a long time back from photographer Gabriel Jones sharing his photographs taken for the cover of Arcade Fire’s recent album ‘The Suburbs‘. Why I never posted it, I honestly have no idea. My interest in the subject was renewed after purchasing the album the week before. last. I honestly cannot stop listening to it. It’s one of the best albums I have purchased all year and it works as an entire album which is a rare thing to find these days. The songs combine to tell a story, relay an emotion and there is an arc in the storytelling if you stick with the album. It’s their best album yet and I didn’t think they could outdo their first but ‘The Suburbs’ is fantastic in my opinion.
So with that in mind, you can check out Gabriel’s photography for the album and also the artwork produced for the album by Caroline Robert. And when you are done viewing the art that went into the album you should consider purchasing a copy as well. You won’t be disappointed.
This is the video for Chromeo’s current single “Don’t Turn The Lights On”. The video was directed by Keith Schofield. The single is from Chromeo’s forthcoming album “Business Casual” which is set to release on September 27th.
It’s time to get crunk and burn this motherf*cker down in this video directed by Daniels for the single ‘Pidgeons’ off of the upcoming self-titled album by The Hundred in the Hands. I have felt like this before but I usually puke fire the morning after. It’s always been my curse, I am a next day puker.
Directed by DANIELS (danieldaniel.us)
Producer: Gaetano Crupi
Director of Photography: Jackson Hunt
François Wunschel and Fernando Favier produce audio-visual installations, micro-architecture, urban intervention, performances, exhibitions and other strange new forms of art colliding with tech. They labor under the name 1024architecture and focus their efforts on the interaction between body, space, sound, visual, low-tech and hi-tech, art and architecture. Way awesome.
05/18 SENDAK PASSES The brilliant author and illustrator Maurice Sendak passed away last week at the age of 83 but will no doubt be remembered for generations to come for his amazing books such as Where the Wild Things Are.
04/12 ZIMMERMAN FACES MURDER In a case we’ve been following closely there is finally what we think is some good news to report. George ZImmerman, the man accused of killing the innocent teenager Trayvon Martin has been taken into custody and charged with second degree murder. At last there is some justice.
12/16 HITCHENS DIES Outspoken author and pundit Christopher Hitchens passed away yesterday at the age of 62 after succombing to a long battle with cancer. His honest and bravado opinion that rarely favored one side versus the other but was instead often a cry for ‘reason’ will be missed.
11/23 BURZYNKSI CLINIC Is there an alternative, non-toxic treatment for cancer? Dr. Stanislaw R. Burzynski seems to think so and has been experiencing higher rate of success than the current accepted practice of treating cancer.