Awesome stop motion piece from Saiman Chow. Some really cool work up on his site:
Monthly Archives: March 2008
Don’t know a whole deal about her, apart from that she lives in Calgary, Canada and takes takes wicked shots using great setups. Made ‘favorite’ so many of her pix on Flickr Ive lost count. She seems to collab with a few other artists you can link too through her Flickr pages.
Looking forward to see this film. Being a strong believer in the fact that sub cultures throughout the world have filtered so many influenntial artists into the mainstream, creating cool, starting trends and giving life: Beautiful losers is a unique documentary celebrating the independent and D.I.Y. spirit that unified a loose-knit group of American artists who emerged from the underground worlds of skateboarding, graffiti, punk and hip hop.
With such influencial outcasts as Mike Mills, Barry McGee, Ed Templeton and Thomas Campbell,
Great initiative from friends of ours to help promote awareness into ocean pollution. Nicely shot and graded giving the video a very dark and powerful feeling.
Surfrider is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of Australia’s oceans, waves and beaches for all people through Conservation, Advocacy, Research and Education.
Watch the video here
Become a fan on facebook here
Yep this is a well executed spot, not sure who did the vfx but they deserve some props too! Definitely effective in getting the message across, different from your usual ‘shock’ factor depressing child welfare adds. I think the audio really sells the slivering tentacle and helps it too represent a straying hand/arm, rather than a piece of male genetalia, which could obviously stop the add from being aired.
Same guys also did that cute spot : Epuron “Power Of Wind”
This guy has sick moves on the floor! Love the Welsh theme, good fun:
A very awkward love story with an abundance of comedy.
So much attention to detail will make you want to re-watch again and again.
EAGLE VS. SHARK, directed by Academy Award®-nominee Taika Waititi is a wry comedy that chronicles the quirky romance of two awkward misfits, Lily (Loren Horsley), a shy fast-food restaurant cashier, and her crush, Jarrod (Jemaine Clement, HBO’s One Night Stand: the Fight of the Conchords), an electronic store clerk. On the day Lily gets fired from her job at Meaty Boy, she musters up the courage to attend Jarrod’s annual “come as your favorite animal” costume party. The dressy affair sparks the beginnings of a romance as well as a small journey for the pair to Jarrod’s quiet hometown, in which Jarrod plans to seek revenge on an old nemesis and where Lily unwittingly finds herself stranded amongst Jarrod’s family of eccentrics.