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Kingdom Ocean – Thomas Blanchard

28 Oct

Another mesmerizing psychedelic masterpiece from Thomas Blanchard.

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Land of Mine – Roman de Giuli

7 Oct

A truly spectacular video made of acrylic paint on paper.

“The idea was to recreate the unique look on planet earth from space which sometimes rather appears like an abstract piece of art than a real photo. From far away, the surface of our planet shows the beauty of it’s landscapes, coasts and the sea in perfect order. It’s highly expressive visual aesthetics and it’s contextual narrative inspired me to create an artistic interpretation of what I’ll never see with my own eyes. It’s just flowing colors on drawing paper, but it’s there, it’s massive and it’s real: the land of mine.”

Beauty knows no end

Acid Visions (5 Short Experimental Psychedelic Films from the 1960s)

12 Aug

Five short experimental psychedelic films from the 1960s.

1 – 00:00 Chas Wyndham, Airborn, 1968; 3 min. The soundtrack is instrumental psychedelic rock.
2 – 3:13 Jerry Abrams, Eyetoon, 1968; 8 min. The soundtrack is avant garde electronics.
3 – 10:58 Stan VanDerBeek, Film Form No. 1, 1970; 10 min. the soundtrack is sitar music.
4 – 21:20 Hy Hirsh, La Couleur de la Forme, 1960, 6min. the soundtrack is Jazz.
5 – 27:30 Dan Agnew, Doppler Effect Version II, 1969, 4.5 min. The soundtrack is avant garde electronics.

 

Warpvision presents an Artificial Intelligence LD

18 Jun

This is what the Laserdisc was invented for!

A Boy Who Can’t Express His Emotions Shows Us Why Being Different Is Beutifal

24 Apr

Another animated video from Omeleto for those that need a little big more convincing. This time being a video short about a kid who cannot express his emotions properly and in turn is misunderstood by many but comes to accept and embrace the very thing that makes him unique.

A beautiful and simple message all hidden within a stunning visual masterpiece.

Off the Air: Work (S06E03)

25 Jan

Aired in 2016.

List of videos in this episode:

Ill Capo by Yuri Ancarani
Magic Cube and Ping-Ping by Lei Lei
Psychometrics by Alan Warburton, conference call audio by Zach Scott
Gummie Chernobyl by Ian M. Miller
Desktop Deltaware by Mark Fingerhutt
Hands: They’re Here to Stay by Tyler Russo
Banjo Gyro! by Grady Sain
“True Vulture” music video by Galen Pehrson, produced by Sara Cline
Monster V by Steven Lapcevic
Pizzocalypse by Kokofreakbean
“Never Get Ahead” Chic-a-Go-Go footage provided by Jake Austen

Olivier Snijders: Bad Trip

13 Dec

End of school year animation 2014 – 2015.

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