Archive for the ‘#Visuals’ Category

Antithesis | Async

Rotates the tree trunk from the east.
It grows 43 days for every inch.

Intrude metals from the west.
they travel 43 seconds to break any form.

Hums the unknown from another dimension,
leaving us no time to connect each other.

Animation by Kachi Chan • Music by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Disintegration (Async).

Disjointed by Jake Fried

Animated & Directed by Jake Fried.

Music: Form by Firelight – Jon Hopkins.


Free 1080p visual source material released under Creative Commons by beeple.

Music: Gold Panda “Fifth Ave”.

Com Truise :: Propagation

“A techno-dystopian vignette that could be a miniature episode of Black Mirror.”

Written & Directed by Will Joines & Karrie Crouse • Starring: Trieste Kelly Dunn.

Taken from ‘Iteration’ LP by Com Truise.

The Story of Jon Burgerman

The Story of Jon Burgerman, artist and doodler from the UK, living and working in NYC.

Directed by Bas Berkhout.

Living Picture

Turn off notifications and raise the volume: relax for a few seconds and press the play button to be teleported to Japan in the 19th Century.

What you will see are ten ancient Japanese paintings (created between 1786 and 1900, scanned and published by the Library of Congress).

Animated & Directed by Pasquale D’Amico.

Why Black Holes Could Delete The Universe

The Information Paradox.

Black holes are scary things. But they also might reveal the true nature of the universe to us.

Kurzgesagt – a team of designers, journalists and musicians who want to make science look beautiful. Because it is beautiful.

Nike Basketball Wall Mural by Neil Stevens

// Illustrations © Neil Stevens //

Quand J’ai Remplacé Camille

Laure must replace a deceased swimmer in the relay swim team.

The qualifiers are near and the team worries about their chances at winning; the grief and stress pushes Laure to obsess over the one she replaces, Camille.

Directed by Nathan Otaño, Rémy Clarke & Leïla Courtillon • Subtitles Available.

Other Side

‘In this moment of unprecedented prosperity and technological advancement, we find ourselves in a paradox: we are divided.’

Inspired by recent paradigm shifts in global politics, Other Side is a full CG-animated short film exploring the increasing divide between social groups and ideologies.

In questioning the dominance of ideas such as meritocracy and individuality, Other Side suggests the possibility of alternative ways to think, and to live.

Written & Directed by Thom Haig.