For the Style Frames Design Conference held last November in New York, Tel Aviv-based artist and animator Eran Hilleli was asked to create an opening titles sequence that would set the tone for the event and list the names of various speakers. The result is this short three-minute video of converging characters that’s almost too […]
Shaun Tan is one of our favourites. This brilliant illustrator creates immaculate fantasy worlds with such sensitivity. One cannot help but be completely absorbed by his surreal tales. Shaun graduated from the University of WA in 1995 with joint honours in Fine Arts and English Literature, and currently works as an artist and author in Melbourne.He has published several of […]
Set inside their home, a beloved hatchback, Pearl follows a girl and her dad as they crisscross the country chasing their dreams. It’s a story about the gifts we hand down and their power to carry love. And finding grace in the unlikeliest of places. Enjoy all the splendour in 360 degrees!
Happy Monday! In a development that will surprise nobody of my generation (since we watched it happen before our very eyes) the skateboard-toting teens of the nineties have completed their metamorphosis into camera-toting twenty-something hipsters. With that in mind, please enjoy this trailer for Leica’s upcoming “Let Us Roam” short film series, about creatives working […]
Skhizein is a short film by Jeremy Caplin it is a crazy and beautifully made film with an endearing story of a man that moves from himself 91cm Skhizein (short film) from Jeremy Clapin on Vimeo.
Exploring the adaption capabilities of the brain, Sitraka Rakotoniaina together with Harry Vermeulen designed a series of ‘handicap objects’ to limit our body’s abilities to a slow motion perception. Sitraka has a mixed background in art and design, he has always been interested in how technology is used to create new experiences. Visual Conditioning from Harry Vermeulen […]
I am VERY excited about this post – and not jut because I have been trying to get unicorns on the blog for months. This short film was the winner of a very cool contest run by Philips Cinema, called Parallel Lines. Entrants are all given the same six lines of dialogue, which are to […]
Guillaume Blanchet spent 382 days riding his bicycle through Montreal.
An awesome skateboarding video made by Visualtraveling, where four skateboarders travel to South Asia and do their thing. Directed, filmed & edited by Patrik Wallner
Upside Down, Left To Right is an amazing short documentary on the art of letter-pressing. Danny Cooke captures this lost art beautifully.