Powers of Ten

A  1977 educational video by the multidisciplinary creative duo of Charles and Ray Eames for IMB that zooms in an out of a picnic scene at a dazing speed in order to illustrate the power of an extra zero next to number 10.

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terror invaded the city

Low budget promo for the 32nd Fantastic Film Festival by DraftFCB, Lisbo, Portugal advertising agency. The total cost for the promo was 250€.
Found here. More info here.

http://adsoftheworld.com/media/ambient/jornal_de_noticias_clothes_lines_media

Returning Tree / Yuri Serizawa

Directed & animated by Tokyo based motion designer  Yuri Serizawa

Music: “Stillness” – Lycoriscoris // “Amenooto” – Lycoriscoris.

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happy b-day Ed

Documentary on diverse film maker Ed Wood (October 10, 1924 – December 10, 1978) from the series “Son of the Incredibly Strange Film Show” shown in the UK in 1989.
Ed was known for his low budget genre fiction films and his predilection for women’s underwear.

Found here. Link to video.

Dream The World Awake

A fashion fillm from  Nick Knight, on  Walter Van Beirendonck‘s thirty-years of work -and play – showcasing forty-one ‘best of’ outfits plucked by Simon Foxton and  Van Beirendonck himself.

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inflatable crowd

Plastic inflatable people used as extras for tv and the film industry by the Inflatable Crowd Company. Found here.

Bad Things That Could Happen

Bad Things That Could Happen is a great, funny, smart and witty film work of THIS IS IT a collective of illustrators, animators, artists and designers based in London. It is a self explanatory film that plays with scale and creates a subverted world where the mundane becomes absurd. The film was presented in Jaguar shoes in Shoreditch where the exhibition space was used to support the film, and give an insight into the process of making it. Personally, it totally makes my mood; I mean who can stay unemotional at the sight of a microbe party?