Category Archives: Film

T W I L I G H T

TWILIGHT is a series focusing on space, time and existence, characterized by the texture and colour created from aged film rolls. By using expired analog films, the series is watching the present with the eyes of the past. In this way, it is using … Continue reading

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The Astonishing Stop Motion Behind “Kubo and the Two Strings”

Unlike iconic animation studios such as Dreamworks and Pixar, Portland, OR-based Laika practices a new kind of hybrid animation. The recipe includes a strange brew of traditional stop-motion animation techniques, stylized computer generated effects, and ground-breaking 3D prototyping. Digg this … Continue reading

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“I Dreamed a Dream”

In “Dream,” a beautiful animation video for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, four animals facing extinction tell their stories through the words of “I Dreamed a Dream”—a song you’ll recognize if you’re a Les Misérables fan. Digg this post Recommend … Continue reading

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Skin Deep

Collaboration is a wonderful way to fuel creative exploration. With Skin Deep, ”a project that creators Alon Chitayat and Rosalie Yu describe as “collaborative self-portraits that treats the body as a canvas for 3-D drawing,” they took collaboration a step further and asked … Continue reading

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Loving Vincent

“Loving Vincent” is a breakthrough film that is truly one of a kind, what makes this film unlike any other animated movie is that every shot is carefully painted with oil paints on canvas. The film takes its inspiration from … Continue reading

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Boy & The World

Oscar nominee for Best Animated Feature “Boy and the World” is a visually unique handcrafted film told from the perspective of a child named Cuca. He embarks on a journey looking for his father and discovers the world around him. … Continue reading

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Dreams of Dalî

“Surreal,” is often used to describe a virtual reality experience on Occulus Rift, but this latest virtual adventure is truly the epitome of “surreal.” Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tumblr it Tweet about it Subscribe to … Continue reading

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Making Anomalisa

Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa is considered to be a stop motion masterpiece. Kaufman and Johnson spent two years meticulously shooting the film with a crew of stop-motion animators. It took another year to complete before Anomalisa premiered this year … Continue reading

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20 Beautiful Examples of Cinemagraph GIFs

Cinemagraphs are a combination of both still photography and video. The end result is a truly beautiful and mesmerizing cinemagraph that you can easily argue is an art medium in itself. Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin … Continue reading

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Project Faces Adobe MAX 2015 Sneak Peeks

The Adobe MAX conference revealed some exciting new developments on the horizon. One, still in its prototype stages, will help designers with the ever-tedious task of “finding the perfect font.” Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tumblr … Continue reading

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