Archive for March, 2012
Theodore Ushev used a gramophone and fifty vinyl records painted with oil, acrylics, and gel paint markers to create this music video for Kottarashky & the Rain Dogs’ Demoni. He joins the ranks of contemporaries like Eric Dyer and David Wilson, experimenting with pre-cinema optical devices. The video features bright visuals reminiscent of Joan Miró that playfully dance and loop to the music.
Ushev was last featured on Motionographer for his 2006 Russian Constructivism-inspired Tower Bawher, from his XX Century Trilogy.
While Joe Mullen’s and Joshua Harvey’s style frames are awesome enough, below you can watch the official Good Books making-of video which shows the various stages of production …