|⏚ Art Print by Jolene Lai: 16″ x 20″ Giclee. Signed Numbered Edition of 25. Costs $60.
// Painting © Jolene Lai /// ☇ Art Print @ Thinkspace Gallery /// via //
A ‘music film’ by Kristof Brandl and shot by Christophe Collette that questions our perception of reality and memory, with vfx by Shed • Music: Monogrenade “Le Fantôme”.
Ghostly and compelling images draw the viewer into a conflict that repeats itself. After losing everything, material possessions, love, and perhaps even sanity, a robot injects the male character with a futuristic drug that lets him re-live precious moments that once made him feel alive.
Traveling back to memories frozen in time, our character wishes to make the past his future.
What shall we do once machines become conscious?
Do we need to grant them rights?
|Kurzgesagt – a team of designers, journalists and musicians who want to make science look beautiful. Because it is beautiful.|
An experiment on the behavioral effects of high pheromone dosages with worms.
No Worms were harmed during the experiment,
3 members of the Lab staff got a little squeezed though.
Concept / Design / Animation: Helmut Breineder & Michelle Martins.
In 1995, scientists pointed the Hubble Telescope at an area of the sky near the Big Dipper.
The location was apparently empty, and the whole endeavour was risky – what, if anything, was going to show up? But what came back was nothing short of spectacular: an image of over 1,500 galaxies glimmering in a tiny sliver of the universe.
Alex Hofeldt helps us understand the scale of this image.
Educator: Alex Hofeldt • Director: Yukai Du • Animator: Yukai Du, Tom Matuszewski.
Verschiedene monochrome redaktionelle Illustrationen des Künstlers Daniel Stolle für die New York Times, den SPIEGEL, Scientific American und andere Magazine und Zeitungen.
Daniel Stolle wurde im Jahr 1982 in Deutschland geboren und lebt heute in Hämeenkyrö, Finnland.
// Illustrations © Daniel Stolle //
An elderly, soft-spoken veteran recalls when she joined the Soviet Air Force’s first all-female bombing squad. She reminisces about her friend Katja, and how they made the best of their antique equipment, struggled with being ostracised from their male comrades, and earned the fearful German nickname ‘Nachthexen’.
NACHTHEXEN was made by a team of 3rd year Character Animation & CG Art students at The Animation Workshop/VIA University College in Viborg, Denmark:
Julie Herdichek Baltzer, Sarah Kær Nedergaard Nielsen, Szymon Hedinn Kuran, Camilla Smidt, Aske Schmidt Rose, Sofie Louise Dam, Hans Frederik Jacobsen, Shilo Duffy, Asger Kjærholm.
Symmetry is one of the most fundamental principles of nature, and also forms the basis of music.
The idea of Symmetry was explored in the video by Kevin McGloughlin, using simple symmetrical forms (primarily the circle), and symmetrical operations applied to them – rotations, translations and reflections. The animation demonstrates the beauty of this simple concept when applied in an iterative journey towards ever increasing complexity, both visually and musically.