Harriorrihar: Illustrations by Jon Juarez

Diese wunderschönen Bilder stammen von dem Illustrations- und Animationskünstler Jon Juarez, der 1983 geboren wurde und in San Sebastian, Spanien lebt. Mehr diesen beeindruckend detailreichen Kunstwerken kannst Du auf der Webseite des Künstlers entdecken.

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5:48 – The Reality of Time

Thomas Gugel`s Graduation movie at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Germany and his interpretation of the Reality of Time based on the theories of French philosopher Henri Bergson and his meaning of “la durée”, the experienced time. A pure perception which isn’t already structured by our consciousness and available for our behaviors (Intuition).

This “Reality of Time” lies mainly behind what’s shown obviously – in his symbolic representation. What you see isn’t what it supposed to shown.

Concept, Animation, Compositing: Thomas Gugel • Sounddesign: Bernhard Dulle.
2D-Support: Bastian J. Schiffer • Mentoring: Prof. Tjark Ihmels.

Robot Band The Bit-52’s Cover Private Idaho by The B-52’s

James Cochrane`s Robot Band The Bit-52’s cover “Private Idaho” by The B-52’s.

“Fred’s vocals by DECTalk Express which is also used by Stephen Hawking. Cindy and Kate’s vocals utilized two HP Scanjet 3C flatbed scanners. The robot guitar, keyboard, snare and bass drum all are controlled with a couple of PIC16F84A microcontrollers.”

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Beautiful Illustrated Animations by Rebecca Mock

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From A Stone // Inner Odyssey by Ariyoshi Tatsuhiro

Music: Izumi Tomikawa • Sound Design: Masahiro Oda • Animation: Tatsuhiro Ariyoshi.

Music: Fumiaki Ohomote, Chousinnkai • Animation: Tatsuhiro Ariyoshi.

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Subzar :: Pico

SubzarPico” // Self-released // Released 16 December 2013 // Artwork: Marie Boucomont.

“There are those who go in search of questions, but don’t seek answers. Some focus on destination, others departure.

And so they wander, away from their home…

Modern compositional acoustic quartet, subzar, present a new work that takes up the theme of flight from the close of 2012’s ‘i am not yet here’. ‘pico’ conveys a migratory journey by a flock of birds, and is a deviation from the first EP’s story. Its four distinct movements chronicle the triumphs and travails of the birds’ journey, from the liberation of take-off through the serenity above the clouds to the terror of an oncoming storm.”

Tokyo Reverse

Realised by SÅNDL: Simon Bouisson & Ludovic Zuili • Music: Francesco Tristano.

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Please Don`t Shout On Your Mobile

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Kae Uh :: Keep Forgetting EP

Kae UhKeep Forgetting EP” // Soigne Tes Oreilles // Rel. 31 Mar. 2014 // Art: Theo Petroni.

Kae Uh, our rookie from Los Angeles, has created an EP that nicely represents his new American style. His music is a mixture of trap with rap vocals, intricate hi-hats and constantly evolving Garage rhythms. It’s like riding along an ocean of rhythms in a convertible. Ozaka got into the convertible to deliver his own remix, accelerating the speed as his atmospheric tune carries us away. Ryuei Kotoge envelops us in a soundscape, ready for another trip, taking you through a mesmerizing, energetic, Japanese cityscape.”

Francis // A Short Film by Richard Hickey & Dave Eggers

A Short Story by Dave Eggers • Directed by Richard Hickey.

The story of “Francis” came about interestingly from famed radio show “This American Life”. Broadcaster Ira Glass asked 6 American writers to create a short story about Adventure.

One ofthese stories written by novelist & screenwriter Dave Eggars, it was read on the show to much acclaim and praise. Richard Hickey worked with producer Kevin Batten & a team to turn the words into this short. He worked on the film tirelessly & had 40 people work on all elements of the animation. The film has been shown at Cannes Film Festival and Raindance.