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Sad But Superstitious (Stevie Wonder vs Metallica Mashup by Wax Audio). MP3 Available at waxaudio.com.au
Stevie Wonder: Superstition
Metallica: Sad But True
Mashup & Video by Wax Audio
Cast: Wax Audio
This is a short I made for the final episode of "Everything," an anthology series at Channel101.
Music is Jean Jacques Perrey's "Little Ships"
Also, I'm now on twitter, twitter.com/badmocap
A documentary film by Kaspar Astrup Schröder about movement in urban space.
The film explores the way Parkour and Freerunning is changing the perception of urban space and how the space is changing the traceurs and freerunners.
Mainly set in Copenhagen the film follows the making of the first dedicated parkour park in the world. Designed by the danish team, Team JiYo.
The film also travels around the world to Japan, United States, United Kingdom, and China to explore the common understanding of exploring the urban space seen from a traceur and freerunners perspective.
Founding architect of B.I.G. Architects, Bjarke Ingels in participating in exploring a untraditional path in perceiving a new approach to urban architecture and together with Team Jiyo he travels to Shanghai and Shenzhen to meet with a different people and culture. Does travelling to the other end of the world change our understanding of movement in the urban space that surrounds us?
Freerunners and traceurs from Japan, China, United States, United Kingdom and Denmark
Premiere at Shenzhen & Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture on the 6th of december 2009
Released on dvd in the end of january 2010
The film will be approximately 30 minutes long.
Visit kasparworks.com for more information
Tags: My Playground, Kasparworks, KSPR, Kaspar Astrup Schröder, Team Jiyo, Martin Coops, Ilir Hasani, Avni Hasani, Bjarke Hellden, Tom Møller, Signe Højbjerre, Lasse Hammer, PKTK, Parkour, Freerunning, Tim Livewire Shieff, Ryan Doyle, Bjarke Ingels, BIG Architects and Klaus Bondam
I combined everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale, using macro lenses and time lapse techniques. Black ferrofluid and dye race through bubble structures, drawn through by the invisible forces of capillary action and magnetism.
Time-lapse sequences: Nikon D90, Nikkor 60mm macro lens and custom built intervalometer.
Motion-control: Arduino driven scanner platform and mirror rigs
Score: Ableton Live
View Compressed 01 vimeo.com/22866665
Cast: Kim Pimmel
PixelInvaders is an open-source hardware project for artists, geeks and YOU!
The PixelInvaders LED system consists of 3D RGB LED panels, that are capable of playing back real-time generated video animations or simple color changes.
Multiple PixelInvader panels can be connected with each other to form a panel of any size. The panels are based on the latest LED technology - besides low heat dissipation and long life, a panel may illuminate an entire room and consume less energy than a standard lightbulb!
PixelInvaders panels are perfectly used as effect lighting in clubs, bars, fairs, museums, on stage, in a lobby or in your living room.
The control software "PixelController" generates the video animation in real time. This has the advantage of video animations that are synchronized to music. PixelController is released as open-source project on GitHub (github.com/neophob/PixelController).
Indiegogo Campaign if you need such a panel: indiegogo.com/pixelinvadersDIY?a=167555&i=addr
Project site: pixelinvaders.ch
This is a short film we made a few months back about Dodge and Wyatt. Cy saw their youtube video (youtube.com/watch?v=IChLdzT8R2A) and was inspired to show how these gremmies took barrel riding to their street. This summer it seems everybody is getting blue tarp barrels from Christian surfers (youtube.com/watch?v=5fn5q9z9cuw&feature=related) to veteran pros in Santa Cruz (youtube.com/watch?v=t6-vb20srZI).
Look for the Blue Tarp surfing demos and the full version of this short during this summer's "Get Stoked Tour" - Summer 2010 dates coming soon...
Featuring Dodge Weirath and Wyatt Brady
Filmed and Edited by Cyrus Sutton
A Peel short for Korduroy.tv
Music by the Blank Tapes
A collection of commercial and documentary work over the last year for Corona, Patagonia, Alaskan Airlines, Rhythm, Simple, The Surfer's Journal and Islands Burgers.
For Inquires Contact Durango Effect Management
*color correction via Magic Bullet from Red Giant Software ®
Tags: Cyrus Sutton
created for EVERYTHING episode #18 as a part of Channel 101.
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Production Design: Jason Kisvarday
Camera: Josh Sasson and Benjamin Brewer
From Partizan director Gianluca Fallone
Here is American Software, a short film inspired by the towering giants behind the American software industry. That is, if Steve Jobs was a rebellious punk rectangle, with guitar in tow, taking on King Bill through a rock-off within some parallel counter-realist 8-bit geometric vision of our world.
For more on Gianluca, visit
Or check the sidebar for more of his previous illustration work.
Gianluca Fallone: direction, illustration, animation, grade & post
Music by Ratatat (Sunblocks from LP4)
She: Francisca Mansilla Derqui
He: Juan Egan
Almost a full year after the release of Matthew Dear's monochromatic opus, Black City, the album's swansong single, "Slowdance," gets a video.
San Diego filmaker Charles Bergquist was tasked with transforming the undulating piece of goth romanticism into a video. He received, basically, creative autonomy, and set about trying to decipher a track that is, in his words, "about the disruption of memory, at it’s visual core." The result is a fluid, heady, almost voyeuristic collage of urban landscapes, visual effects, and unsubtle shots of a certain ingenue. "In the song’s build and layering of memories of her," he says, "She, the environment shared, and the unknown becomes blended, fractured and infinitely heaped together." It does look like thinking backwards feels—uncertain, romantic, bizarre."
"The lyrics drove the photography and the sound drove the texture and slices," Bergquist says. "For most of the edit and post-production work, I let the track dictate the visuals."
That means slightly regimented cuts—timed to beats sometimes, but not always—a complete lack of color, aqueous imagery, and a microscopic attention to detail. And with that, the final piece of the Black City puzzle has fallen into place.
Director : Charles Bergquist
Produced : Charles Bergquist
Director Of Photograhy : Charles Bergquist & Mark Shonka
Starring : Nicole Lively
Hair and Make Up : Chantall Northrop
Stylist / Wardrobe : Katrina Adair
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