Skyler Buffmyer is a young filmmaker who makes simple shorts that have a big impact. Her diary short Death In Dialogue is about as basic as it gets but packs a big punch. Her work is playful, sincere, and doesn’t take itself too seriously. We should all keep an eye on her. I’m sure she will go on to big things.
Watch Death In Dialogue and her short documentary Phone Sex after the jump.
Amy Boone-McCreesh’s sculptures take inspiration from celebratory and funerary displays found in various cultures. They also remind me of birds nests if they were dipped in fluorescent paint. Her drawings are great as well.
I’m into anything called Safari Disco Club and you should be too. There’s people dancing in retro safari outfits, girls with their heads stuck in the ground, and weird french robot dancing courtesy of Yelle and backup dancers! There’s a few parts that look a little too much like a Lady Gaga video but I can look past that. Watch the full video after the jump!