This is the story of Ayano’s dolls, the most weird and incredible citizens of a little Japanese village.
Ayano Tsukimi (64) is living in Nagoro, a village in eastern Iya on Shikoku, one of the four main islands of Japan. Not many people are still living there. For those who die or move away, Ayano Tsukimi is making lifesized dolls in their liking and puts them in places that were important to them. The dolls are scattered around the whole valley.
This documentary is about Thomas Doyle, a sculptor that creates fascinating scenes of surreal domesticity and suburban life.
Video realized by Cool Hunting.
French artist JR has worked with dancers, performers and paper for the creation of posters and installations that will be installed throughout the manhattan theater space. This is a little documentary about this project called New York City Ballet Art Series.
Enjoy this video documentary about the visual artist Andrea Wan and her solo exhibition in Denmark.
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Enjoy this striking short documentary by The Avant/Garde Diaries about William Trubridge.
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!
This is the story of Hal Lasko, a 98-year-old graphic artist that teaches me 3 important lessons:
- Never stop to learn
- Never give up
- Enjoy your life, always
This is a documentary about Christine Kim, a Toronto-based artist who works primarily in illustration and cut paper collage.
Her works are a perfect mix between illustration, collage and paper sculpture, really stunning and full of poetry.
I love this documentary, because talks about a simple story in a simple way.
The video is about Mark Kologi, a man that has collected and sold millions of forgotten personal photos of complete strangers.
This video was directed by Ben Kitnick.