This video questions our perception of reality and memory. I like the way they wanted to show an ordinary couple relationship using a surreal vision and conceptual elements.
I am back!
It was a very busy period of my life, but I promise that I will be more active in the next weeks on this blog.
Let’s start again with an inspiring collage artist found on the web. Enjoy the “puzzle” experiments by the UK artist Claire Pestaille.
Cute and well done!
This is a short animation video by the designer Pier Paolo.
Can you recognize all the movies?
This is the story of Bruno, an extraordinary dreamer.
Hidden among the trees of an Italian forest, Bruno has been building swings, slides, seesaws, gyroscopes and roller-coasters for the last forty years. They are his passion and a way to attract clients to Ai Pioppi, the restaurant he runs with his family. Throughout this short documentary, his hand-powered toys move alongside his thoughts about existence and death; and why he spent more than half of his life creating rides.
Documentary by Fabrica.
Enjoy this well done documentary video about the making of flamenco guitars.
Happy Sunday everyone!
I’ve discovered the extraordinary artworks by Bill Domonkos just a couple days ago, and I was totally amazed.
He is an American visual artist and filmmaker that creates surreal animations using images and videos from the past. His work combines 2D and 3D computer animation, special effects, photography, video and manipulated archive film footage.
Below some of his gifs, looooove them!
“Adrift is a love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area”.
With this simple words the American photographer Simon Christen describes perfectly his magical video.
What could do an improvised word or phrase of an actor in a movie scene?
A masterpiece that everyone will remember forever.
Enjoy this video of the 25 most famous unscripted scenes in films.
It’s time to relax watching people running 🙂
Have a nice day.
This is a brilliant retrospective of the best picture oscar winners in movies history.
Video by Nelson Carvajal, enjoy it!