“Atoll. An old, forgotten military base somewhere in the pacific. Soldiers who lost their minds, due the harships of past missions, and exemplary officers the Army can´t yet get ride of are sent there. There, far away from civilization, laws and rules they nature their insanities.” From Platige website: Fallen Art
And still on the stop motion videos, here you have this brilliant executed ad for xbox.
We see nowadays lots of stop motion videos and even many making music, i just remenber to post this one because it really stands from others.
Folowing last post content, Prologue created the main titles for OFFF 2009 and judging by the video, the best ones so far. With a touch of post-apocalyptic environment, some infographic aesthetics and beautifull sound design, prologue keeps us glued on the screen till the end.
Developed by Onesize for OFFF 2009, this inspiring eight minutes combining digital art with the brands, mixing video with 3D in an mad environment, join a mad scientist and that’s it, motion served.
Something so simple as taking a bath, with a mirrored effect can become really alien like or even drug experiencied, created by Dzark Studio founded in 2000 by Virgilio Santos.
I started this blog with the spot from the new peugeot identity, this follows same dynamics but for the new peugeot SR1 concept produced by Deluxe Studio and post-production from Sabotage as seen in Fubiz
“lights on is an audio visual performance created for the Ars Electronica museum in Linz, Austria, which has a facade that contains 1085 LED controllable windows. The windows’ colors are changed in realtime with music that’s broadcasted on speakers surrounding the building. visuals coded in openframeworks by zachary lieberman, joel gethin lewis and damian stewart (yesyesno). music by daito manabe, with support from Taeji Sawai and Kyoko Koyama. we made this in three days :)” openframeworks.cc / daito.ws / frey.co.nz / joelgethinlewis.com / aec.at
A nice short video from lego, if you want big ideas just CL!CK.
The first stop motion work from Tim Burton tells the story of Vincent Malloy, a 7 year old boy who wants to be like Vincent Price, with voice form the Vincent Price himself.
Best friends forever.