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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.

The Death Set – “They Come to Get Us”

10 Apr

Experimental electronic band The Death Set, bring us a music video featuring an army of pop culture surrealism through the streets of New York City for there single “They Come to Get Us”.

If you like this song, i’d suggest listening to the official remix by Designer Drugs. Its basically just an extended version of this song, but i prefer it over the original by 10 fold.

S U N D A Y S C H O O L

3 Apr

The art-form sensation known as “Simpson Vapourwave”

A combination of various The Simpsons clips with a mix of vapourwave visuals, sounds and songs. This video being one of my favorites of them.

Dumbo Gets Mad: Thank You Neil

21 Mar

“Neil” in this case is Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Video by Michele Vitobello

Gero Doll: Human Eye

14 Mar

A brief reflection and retrospect of all internal notions, nightmares and dreams. A complex mixture of the human psyche and how this relates to the natural processing of information.

The video was shot in Namibia in 2016.

Art, Animation and Direction by Gero Doll
Music & Sound Design by Olivier Girardot

Civilization Megaplex 2008

25 Feb

Upper and lower worlds collide in this Hieronymus Bosch style video by Marco Brambilla (2008). Compare with another rendering of Bosch’s Garden of Eternal Delights featured here on the DPV a while back.

Borgore – “Magic Trick”

6 Feb

 

EDM Soundcloud producer Borgore teams up with Juicy J to bring you “Magic Trick”

The psychedelic visuals were created by: Ruff Mercy and Patch D Keyes

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