Tactile Waveforms by Superfad & Nando Costa Ryan Rothermel June 2, 2011 Tactile Waveforms by Superfad & Nando Costa ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) http://worldfamousinc.com EricE Wicked. A lot of original ideas there. Definitely deserves a full post. http://www.mono-motion.com monovich I’d love to see a full post as well. http://friedpixelations.blogspot.com _james I love that they are still letting him explore and do what he does best. http://www.tactile.tv/ Ayhan Cebe love the experimental feel.. great work as always.. Dook I’ve never been disappointed by any Nando work, the Anime Network ID is still one of my favorite pieces of mograph. the doctor i don’t get what people consider experimental about this or things like this…i just see music video with loosely strung together visual themes trying to be esoteric. i think ‘experimental’ on motionographer= not from an agency brief. this is a formal/mood exploration set to music…the whole science>music>math thing? i don’t know…using an image of some flasks, polygonal shapes and quarter inch instrument cable doesnt say much about those subjects at all to me…the connections are superficial, it’s like the idea is to appear like you have an idea. i can’t say i have a concrete definition of ‘experimental film’ but it amazes me how often the label is used just because a piece isn’t an ad. http://deoclicianocgiportfolio.wordpress.com/ ochyming Jump here, lotts of experimental movies – http://thesoundofeye.blogspot.com/ – http://www.ubu.com/film/ Who said that in any exploration there is no formula? But music is math after all. Really, it is. what we should remember is that, when we do nor get it, perhaps the problem is with us.