Took me a while to figure out what was going on in this image (well actually, they’re almost all videos) but it’s an awesome visual trick. The rest of Michael Guidetti’s work is along the same vein. Kind of 2D into 3D…so 2.5D?
This showreel is made of a selection of projects done by freelance designer Giovanni Bucci over the last few years. The audio track is a blended/synthesis of flavours from the latest productions of Marco Morano, which include dirty electro, over compressed grooves, classical atmospheres and re-built sound effects.
After experimenting and researching how audio can influence and inspire video and viceversa, they have worked out a personal formula. Instead of working audio and video separately, as it is common practice in the media industry, every draft of the video editing was followed by an audio adjustment in a way that both authors could get influenced by the work of the other, until they felt that an harmonious final edit was achieved.
Jen Stark shows how explosive layers of colored sheets can be once exposed in the manner of natural disasters and geological formations.
I wish i had the knowledge to create something as beautiful as this. The project Mark created allows him to tune in to twitter posts in real-time using the analog radio. You can use the knob to scan “stations”, which are different twitter posts. Amazing, amazing, amazing. He used an arduino board and lot of grey matter at SARc.
Also, here is an interesting programmatic response to Mark’s project which integrates twitter and youtube. TwiTV click on the top right black square to flip channels. Graphics are kinda shabby though.
I usually don’t post this many images, but I am having a difficult time deciding which illustrations I like the best. Triangular softcore and elvis awaits you, and an illustration style that should make you smile, at least a little.
Simply put, Tatiret Compagnie Ouverte have created the world’s coolest hybrid animals. It is really fun to try to name the animals, I suggest you give it a go. For example, lion + bird = “lird.”
Creepy and funny is always a good combination. Follow-up to earier post of Urban Camouflages photographs from a while back, but the videos seem to add a new dimension to their work. I want to see more interaction with the shoppers and store employees though, but i’m probably missing the point.