Near-microscopic photo-realism. Explosive shards. Raining crystal droplets. Refractive prisms. A God-like boot. In short: we flexed every last creative and technical muscle we’ve got… combined… for this explosive video display for the product launch at Nike’s London flagship, online, and stores across Europe.
Its always great to see the artistic process. The idea. Inspiration. Research. Maxime Bruneel, director and talented motion designer shows us the making of his music video for Mr. Overtime’s song Punks Jump Up. Watch the original video HERE.
Impressive new work from U.K based Tomato, founded in 1991 as a collective comprising artists, designers, musicians and writers. The group develops cross platform, multi-media projects; First up is MSN. the best of now, 60 second film relaunching msn as an up-to-the-second news and entertainment online resource. The collaboration was constructed and engineered entirely in 3d and compiled in the flame, all at time based arts in london.
Next up; Hamburg Hotel [clip]; a clip from the Dylan Kendle & Joost Korngold directed music video create for Underworld‘s latest album BARKING. A sound reactive mix between analog and digital imagery.
In October of 2011, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians travelled to the remote countryside of Iceland to document their experience with the landscape, traditions and people encountered along the way.
The end result is a series of improvised, collaborative musical vignettes – based on field recordings and visual material collected on location – amidst documentary footage of the journey to a uniquely breathtaking place.
The feature-length film and accompanying soundtrack are slated for release in June 2012, featuring the work of thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic producers.
RISP is Richard Devine’s algorithm-based exploration of generative time structures for analog synths … Expect to breathe air on distant planets as chaotic, broken machines speak harmonious mutant languages via RD’s human/alien soundesign and audio activist remixes. Thirteen new tracks to become alien.
Brink aims to eliminate the notion of identity through a perspectival shift. The piece begins with a moment where everything is suspended and the viewer engages with close-up clusters of forms which act as abstract visual clues: Looking at the subject as a landscape and playing within an organic realm in which various spaces emerge from. …