Friday, February 25, 2011

Flashback Friday: Emergency Broadcast Network

Great editing of analog video, edited to create music, from the 80s and 90s. EBN was pretty amazing. There are tons of EBN videos on YouTube, but here are 3 good ones.





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Typography Kinetic: Spoken Word Poem: 'Signing Your Life Away' by Stephen James Smith Irish

Nice type. I have a friend named Leon who is a Scottish poet. If I ever have time, I'd love to animate some of his poetry. He has such a lovely accent.

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Monday, February 21, 2011

Inspirations: The Art of Flight Trailer

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Friday, February 18, 2011

Live Action Samurai vs. Projected Particles Animation



Crazy- Live action Samurai vs. projected particles animation.

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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Are you a music video fan?

Stereogum has a Vimeo channel with lots of new videos for your inspirational needs. They are pretty much all indie pop (it's Stereogum!) but I've been missing music videos. They just don't make them like they used to.

So what was it that made the old videos so great? I can't seem to put my finger on it.
Why do current music videos seem to be missing that je ne sais quois?

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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Lights & Color by Mattias Peresini

A lovely piece created in After Effects by Mattias Peresini.

Lights and Colors from Mattias Peresini on Vimeo.



Link via Harold Green on Twitter.

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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Georges Méliès, The First Cinemagician

Brain Pickings posted a great article today on the filmmaker Georges Méliès

melies"Earlier today, we looked at DJ Spooky’s exploration of the history of remix culture, in which he makes a passing mention of Georges Méliès — the seminal French filmmaker considered by many the father of special effects and referred to as “the first cinemagician.”

Read more: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2011/01/06/georges-melies/

Working in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Méliès pioneered techniques that are still among the most potent creative arsenal of today’s animators, from stop-motion to timelapse to dissolves to multiple exposures.






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Saturday, February 05, 2011

N.A.S.A. Project: "Strange Enough," ft. ODB, Karen O, Fatlip

N.A.S.A. is one of those projects that seems to come up with really cool videos for every release. Can't say I'm digging the track all that much but the video is really cool. Lots of great 2D animation.



Here's another N.A.S.A. video, with a song I really like (Santogold... love her!)

N.A.S.A. "Whachadoin?" (feat. M.I.A., Spank Rock, Santogold, & Nick Zinner)


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Thursday, February 03, 2011

Inspirations: Ford Pop-Up

Ford Pop-up from bif on Vimeo.

Directed by bif

Agency: Zubi Advertising
Creatives: Andres Ordonez ECD) Ivan Calle (CD)
Producer: Jose Acosta
Production Company: The Mill NY
Creative Director: Angus Kneale
Exec Producer: Colin Pearsall
Post Production: The Mill NY
Producer: Nic Barnes
3D: Fabrice Le Nezet, Jules Janaud, Francois Roisin, Andrew Proctor, Ruben Vanderbroek
Telecine: Jamie Wilkinson
Lead Flame: Dan Williams

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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Inspirations: The Tadpole by Passion Pictures

The Tadpole from Passion Pictures on Vimeo.



The Tadpole by Passion Pictures

passion-pictures.com

Passion Pictures is one of Europe's leading independent production companies, producing award winning films in a variety of contemporary styles including 2D drawn animation, computer animation, stop frame animation, mixed media, and live-action.

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