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Archive for August, 2009

Artificial Paradise, Inc by JP Frenay

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In Artificial Paradise, Inc, Belgian director JP Frenay forecasts an eerie future for humankind in this experimental film that is glowing with CG polish and abstract imagery.

Monday, August 31st, 2009 | 7 Comments »

Invisible Wars: Redefining Aid by James Bartley and Jake Graydon

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Graduating from the Vancouver Film School ‘s Digital Design program, James Bartley and Jake Graydon have unveiled their final project in Invisible Wars: Redefining Aid. While the final website for the piece is still being constructed, in the meantime, viewers may notice gaps of stillness, which in final output, will be interactive opportunities for users to take part in the story.

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“Shop Local. Build Kansas City” by Phil Borst

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Encouraging the notion of buying locally, Phil Borst cooks up a designers feast in this kinetic type piece for BuildKansasCity.org.

Monday, August 31st, 2009 | 5 Comments »

Buck feels the Burn

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Buck drops 2 new hi-energy spots for Coke Burn. Pow!

Monday, August 31st, 2009 | 2 Comments »

Dimitri Stankowicz

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Beautiful mixed media work in the portfolio of Dimitri Stankowicz

Monday, August 31st, 2009 | 1 Comment »

Disney To Buy Marvel Enterprises For $4 Billion

Disney To Buy Marvel Enterprises For $4 Billion. (Wonder what this means for all the Marvel-themed rides at Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park?)

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Gabe Askew: Grizzly Bear “Two Weeks” (Unofficial)


Taking a break from his day job in architectural visualization, Gabe Askew’s fan video for Grizzly Bear’s “Two Weeks” goes in an entirely different direction from the official video directed by Patrick Daughters (embedded after the jump).

Gabe’s 2.5D opus is a delightful journey through countless faux analogue dioramas inhabited by paper-mâché-like creatures and flattened illustrations dangling from the proscenium. Gabe nimbly avoids the “say cow, see cow” approach, instead opting for metaphorical devices that mix naturalistic imagery with human forms gliding, battling and embracing throughout myriad environments.

Thanks for the tips, Jostein Finnekasa and Jeffrey Zablotny!

Watch the official “Two Weeks” music video.

Monday, August 31st, 2009 | 7 Comments »
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