Stephen Wilkes captures striking images of famous cities transcending from day to night, using over 1 000 photographs taken over a 24-hour period. These dramatic and surreal photos draw a variety of timeframes into one still image. Stephen wakes up early and uses a crane to get a good aerial view of the landscape he is shooting. […]
At one time, Florida was a waterman’s paradise, made up of pristine estuaries, and home to healthy fish populations. Recent events have put three of Florida’s estuaries in an environmental disorder, but these events are not new, they are caused by more than half a century of development, agriculture and water mismanagement. Costa Sunglasses uses […]
A beautiful stop-frame animation, found here Shugo Tokumaru “Katachi” from Kijek / Adamski on Vimeo.
Here’s a cool little stop-motion video that celebrates the history of the Gif. Long live the Gif. A Short History of the Gif | Moving the Still from LEGS MEDIA on Vimeo.
Do yourself a favour and watch this. “A 2012 BAFTA award-winning short by Royal College of Art thesis film of director/writer Mikey Please. It’s mostly made out of some strange white stuff, found in the back of a stress cushion. Mikey worked with his brother Benedict Please who composed the soundtrack and score, as well […]
Wes Anderson directed this cute stop motion TV commercial, which visualises how an 8-year old understands the inner workings of a Sony Xperia smartphone.
A beautifully executed stop-motion animation created by production studio Hornet Inc. for Columbia University’s Columbia Water Center. The short animation was directed by Gabe Askew. Columbia Water Center | “Deeper than Water” from Hornet Inc. on Vimeo.
“Love Is Making Its Way Back Home” is an amazing music video by Josh Ritter. This video was made with 12000 pieces of paper using no effects. Director : Erez Horovitz Concept : Sam Cohen + Erez Horovitz Illustrator : Sarah Graves Text Illustrator : Savannah Wolf Lead Production : Marlie Pesek + Eric Giordano […]
Streamschool is an amazing animation made from various textiles, it was a BA graduation animation for (MOME) Moholy- Nagy University of Arts and Design in 2010. Streamschool (Patakiskola) from Péter Vácz on Vimeo. Director: Péter Vácz Background: Kati Egely Narration: Piroska Molnár Music: Yvein Monq Tutor: József Fülöp Translation: Joseph Wallace
A beautiful stop-frame animation that documents the creation of a clay figure sculpture. What goes up from Lacey on Vimeo.