Film Muffler: Knitting Animations by Miho Yata

“Film Muffler”: A knitting animation by Miho Yata • Music by Mie Yanashita.

Miho Yata knit long mufflers like films and made stop motion animations.

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Bad Blood

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Abiogenesis by Richard Mans

In this breathtaking science fiction spectacle, a strange mechanical device lands on a desolate world and uses the planet to undergo a startling transformation, that has profound implications for an entire galaxy.

A film by Richard Mans.

Cosmópolis: City Illustrations by Aldo Crusher

Diese Illustrationen stammen aus der Reihe “Cosmópolis” und wurden von dem in der Hauptstadt Mexikos – Mexiko-Stadt – lebenden Aldo Crusher für die Zeitschrift Aire erstellt. Der Künstler besitzt einen Bachelor-Abschluss in Grafikdesign und arbeitet derzeit für die HBO Latin America Group.

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mcenroe :: Burnt Orange

mcenroeBurnt Orange” // Peanuts & Corn Records // Released 20 August 2014.

This record is the long overdue followup to disenfranchised, which came out like 10 years ago. That is ridiculous, isn’t it?

The record is about the collapse and rebirth of civilization. Its nice and light.

I wrote it from 2010 – 2013, then played with the beats for a while, then did nothing in particular, then mastered it, then didn’t put it out for another while, and then BAM here it is.

This record is not about me at all, isn’t that neat?”

// Jeff Spec is on it. Noah23 is on it. Yy is on it.

Sarah Michaelson sings on several tracks – Petroleum Soda / Burnt Orange / Futura Bold / The Art of the State. Thanks Sarah!

Everything else was done by mcenroe aka Rod Bailey.

Future Islands Poster & Art Print by Paul Hess

⏚ Poster by Paul Hess: 18″ x 24″ Screen Print. Signed & numbered Edition of 40. Costs $30.
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ECHO by Merlin Flügel

The sunken homeland and the certainty that we are not alone. ECHO is about how childhood reverberates; about complicated relationships, and a departure to pastures new.

Idea, Animation – Merlin Flügel • Sound Design – Jonatan Schwenk.

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Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland

In October of 2011, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians travelled to the remote countryside of Iceland to document their experience with the landscape, traditions and people encountered along the way.

Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland is a collaborative multimedia project about a small group of filmmakers, photographers and a musician who set out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland in October of 2011, meeting there for the first time. The film features photographers Tim Navis (LA) and Kim Holtermand (Denmark), as well the electronic composer Deru – who composed and curated an original score based on field recordings from the trip.

Produced by Scenic, the mission was to improvise and document our experiences with the landscape, residents, and traditions we encountered. We aimed to synthesize the material we came back with into a group-produced collection of moving pictures, photography, and music. The production and materials for the project were almost entirely funded through a Kickstarter campaign. The countless post-production hours were volunteered and the tracks on the music compilation have been contributed by many talented international producers and composers who have been gracious enough to collaborate on this not-for-profit project.

Director / Editor / Animation: Anthony Ciannamea • Director of Photography: Mark Wisniowski.
Cinematography: Mark Wisniowski / Ryan Sievert / Anthony Ciannamea / Brett Carlson.
Photography: Tim Navis / Kim Holtermand • Art Direction / Design: Ryan Sievert.
Composer / Music Supervisor: Deru (Benjamin Wynn).

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Realtime Facetracking & Projection Mapping: OMOTE

OMOTE: A Realtime Facetracking & Projection Mapping Installation by Nobumichi Asai.

The Collagist

A paper puppet and cut out animation by Amy Lockhart in collaboration with Marc Bell.

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