Archive for February, 2012

Rayons :: Halfway

Music: Rayons – Halfway.

Directed & animated by Overture (Jason & Aya Brown).

For The Remainder by Omer Ben David

“An atmospheric and vague, painterly animated short that envisions a view upon an old house cat who bids farewell to his home in his final moments.”

Story: Omer Ben David & Or Garmolin // Soundtrack: onili.

CYCLE by Remo Gee

“A visualized life cycle by using abstract shapes which are inspired by particular elements and processes in nature. These different elements are combined and brought together into a new context. One of the main goals was to let the film end just where it started, that the narration becomes a closed circle”.

Directed by Remo Gee.

Soap&Skin :: Thanatos

Produced & directed by Benjamin & Stefan Ramirez Pérez // Photography by Anja Plaschg.

Urban Art by Low Bros

Das Low Bros-Team sind die beiden aus Deutschland stammenden Brüder Qbrk und Nerd. Die Arbeiten der zwei Künstler sind eine Mischung aus Vektor-Grafiken und Graffiti-Kunst, die aus bunten Charakter Designs von Füchsen und Wölfen im 90er Jahre Look bestehen.

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LUIS by Diluvio

LUIS by Niles Atallah, Cristobal Leon & Joaquin Cociña.

The video was shot frame by frame with a digital photo camera.

Materials: charcoal, dirt, flowers, found objects and cardboard.

Charlot :: Stellar PV

From Charlot`s upcoming EP 「Out of Orbit」 // ALTEMA Records.

Video by mugenmaru.

Death In Motion by Digimental Studio

/ Images © Digimental Studio /

Kim Kang Yong Artworks

Kim Kang Yong wurde 1950 in Jeongeup, Südkorea geboren. Der Künstler erreichte dann 1978 seinen BFA am College of Fine Art in Seoul, wo er nur drei Jahre später dann auch seinen Mastertitel (MFA) erhielt. Hier eine kleine Auswahl seiner beeindruckend minimalistisch wirkenden Bilder, die mit verschiedenen Maltechniken erstellt wurden. Eine Galerie ist auf seiner Website zu finden.

/ Images © Kim Kang Yong /

Temporal Distortion by Randy Halverson

What you see is real, but you can’t see it this way with the naked eye. It is the result of thousands of 20-30 second exposures, edited together to produce the timelapse. This allows you to see the Milky Way, Aurora and other Phenonmena, in a way you wouldn’t normally see them.

Featuring an original score by Bear McCreary // Directed by Randy Halverson.