Two videos and two people that use art for similar reasons but with completely different approaches.
Pardon My Dust
Update: August 12th, 2013
The Beach Captain
This should play before the next Oscars. Some lovely transitions.
This superimposed layered video has been done before. What makes this brilliant are the choices that go with the style. What to highlight, what should be hidden and when do these happent. The dance is lovely. The “story” is simple but open to so many possibilities. Put it up in fullscreen and just sit back and enjoy.
For those who love embroidery.
Needed a cut-down and a little more story or character but the visuals are really incredible for a short.
Silly, fun and ridiculous. Much like Instagram. (Thanks Kristin)
Couple of great quotes/ideas in here.
So well done.
Are we sure this isn’t a real artist’s statement? I have heard this over and over again, glad someone translated this for me.
Timelapse integrates well with the story.
(via Ryan Koo)
For the editors and filmmakers out there, this is a must watch.
Photographers working is always been a fascinating thing to watch. Not too long ago, I posted a mini-doc on photographer Kathleen Connally, who was kind enough to send me this video. If you don’t know already, The Sartorialist is one of the biggest fashion blogs. It features Scott Schuman photographs that capture the latest fashion found on the streets of New York and other major cities.
A beautiful documentary on the lost art of painted advertising produced as part of The Ritual Project sponsored by Stella Artois and directed by Malcolm Murray.