A New History For Humanity: The Human Era

We need a new year 0 for humanity.

But which one should we choose and why?

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

Modern Life Is A Rubbish: Illustrations by Lee Juyong

Diese wundervoll farbenprächtigen Illustrationen stammen aus der fortlaufenden Serie “Hello Mr Misang” des Künstler Lee Juyong aus Seoul, Südkorea, bei der Mr Misang und sein treuer Freund Franken AJE durch seltsame Welten der Arbeit, des Geldes und des Wettbewerbs reisen.

// Illustrations © Lee Juyong //

Monkey Love Experiments

Inspired by love, a misguided monkey believes he is destined for the moon.

Written & Directed by Ainslie Henderson & Will Anderson.

Blue Biscuit

A visualization of the YELLO track Blue Biscuit • Animation: Dirk Koy.

Colorscope: Blue

“Blue is the world’s favourite colour”

Direction & Design by Moth • Written & narrated by Dr. James Fox.

Animation by Moth, Joe Bichard, Jennifer Zheng, Aaron Lampert, Carlos De Faria, Stephen McNally, Ester Rossi • Sounds Design by David Kamp • Music by Giacomo Smith.

Night Grove: More Paintings by Aron Wiesenfeld

Aron Wiesenfeld wurde 1972 in Washington DC geboren und studierte Malerei an der Cooper Union in New York. Die hier gezeigten Bilder sind eine kleine Auswahl seiner neuesten Arbeiten aus dem laufenden Jahr.

Die Werke des Künstlers wurden seit 2006 bereits in acht Einzelausstellungen in den USA und Europa gezeigt. Aron Wiesenfeld lebt derzeit in San Diego, Kalifornien.

// Paintings © Aron Wiesenfeld //

Foreign Bodies

Foreign bodies was created by Nicolas Brault using video light painting and modern medical imaging (CT, MRI, cryosection), generating a mythical landscape of transparent bodies, and instilling a sense of strangeness that our own bodies can sometimes inspire.

Christmas 2016

The new year is getting closer…

Animation: Henning M. Lederer • Music: Marius André • Sound-Design: Tobias Neumann.

More cards here: led-r-r.net/change/change_E.htm


In an animated short film by Academy Award-winner John Kahrs, a lonely widow in historic South Chicago is inspired to start sharing the ride — and sharing her life, too.

Lines: Architectural Mapping Performance

Lines is an abstract architectural mapping show which took place on the facade of the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest, which is the second largest administrative building in the world, with usage of more than 104 projectors over 2.000.000 ANSI lumens, on 23.000 square meters of projection surface. It has been billed as the biggest projection mapping show in history.

Direction & Animation: VOID.

Director: Yusuf Emre Kucur, Bahadır Dağdelen • Project Manager: Selay Karasu.