Posts Tagged with: music
Three Primary Colors, a new collaboration between OK Go and Sesame Street explaining the basics of color theory in stop-motion, is nothing short of awesome. In fact, it might just be the finest treat for budding designers since Geometry of Circles, the fantastic 1979 Sesame Street animation with original music by Philip Glass.Read Article
Interesting visual experiment of a view from a building, playing with lighting windows to make a music track and long exposure pictures.Read Article
It’s just few times in life that you listen a music that stirs something very deep and hidden inside you . This is one of those cases. It took me a while to discover who was the artist (I discovered her for the music of the CBC program 8th Fire), but take 3 minutes to listen to her music
Cris Derksen is a young half-cree (one of the largest groups of First Nations/Native Americans living in Canada) classically trained Canadian cellist whose captivating melodies and steadfast baselines have captured the attention of local and international audiences. She is a diverse musician, easily melding into hip-hop, rock, folk, country, or whatever type of music to bring an intense ball of musical passion to her work.Read Article
1 km. of thread.
350 reels of thread.
73.000 embroidery stitches.
6 kg. of scraps of fabric.
100 needles and sewing pins.Read Article
Since last May, the website of the Icelandic band Sigur Rós is a small laboratory for audiovisual poetry. The band has ceded their last album Valtari to directors and audiovisual creators whose would want to translate into images this obtuse work of oneiric noise and silence.Read Article
Breakbot (really named Thibaut Berland) is a French DJ and producer of electronic music.
In 2010 this video of his song “Baby I’m yours” (featuring Irfane) was one of the summer hits in MTV Pulse, France. It was also nominated in two categories by the UK Music Video Awards in October 2010: best performance in video pop/dance/urban and best animation video.Read Article
This is the proof that having some brilliant ideas, with a little bit of imagination and without needing a lot of technical resources, you can use videoclip as an open gate to express yourself through animation.
Video credits: Yuksek, “Off the wall” (Ultra Music)Read Article