psychedelic animation

Somnium

Dreamy visions created by Handmade from Canada.

Directors: Nima Ehtemam & Noah Wohl
Producer & Editor: Noah Wohl
Art Director & Illustrator: Nima Ehtemam
Lead 3D Artist & TD: Olivier Masson
Modeling & Animation: Olivier Masson, Nima Ehtemam, Noah Wohl
Composers: Sheida Gharachedaghi, Sam Vipond
Sound Design: Sam Vipond
Musicians: Timur Khametov, Sheida Gharachedaghi

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contemplative psychedelia, feelgood psychedelia, Psychedelic After Effects, psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Art, psychedelic ideas, Psychedelic Video Art, Psychedelic Visuals, Pyschedelic Visualisations

“The Ancestor” – Vancouver Film School Student Animation

Sadly I do not have anything seasonal to show today, but here is
A heartwarming animation depicting the idea of death and rebirth, done by Paola Cordova Casilla with visual media provided by Timothy Hahn.

Happy Holidays though to everyone and anyone watching this, and my this day be a joyful one 🙂

Psychedelic Activism, psychedelic ideas

Expo 1967 and 1970 videos

As Donald Drumpf enters the white house and we enter deeper into the historical abyss of late-capitalism it might be worth to remember just how cheerful things seemed some 50 years ago, the 1967 Montreal World Expo and in the Osaka 1970 Expo.

World exhibitions are a genre that has kind of passed on from the world, which is a shame. In the past they were used to offer a vision of the future, and though those futures seem kind of naive today, I kind of miss those people who tried giving us a universalisitc and hopeful vision for the planet and mankind. This might be a time to revive the world Expo (there’s one scheduled to happen in Dubai in 2020).

Watch the last two minutes of the clip from the Osaka 1970 expo and you are in for a treat with all those Japanese dancers waving the flags of all the nations of the earth. Oh the camaraderie!

 

3D Psychedelia, psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Art, Psychedelic Visuals

Performance Capture: Parts 1 and 2 by Mike Pelletier

These two videos by Artist Mike Pelletier transform the grotesque beauty of motion capture glitches into a  lovely and eerie otherworldly dance.

Underwater studies without water.

Transmission of information.

From the Mike Pelletier’s Vimeo description:

Animation: Mike Pelletier mikepelletier.nl
Music: Robot Repair robotrepair.net

3d characters were generated using MakeHuman.
The motion capture data used in this project was obtained from mocap.cs.cmu.edu.
The database was created with funding from NSF EIA-0196217.”

For more about the artist see:

Mike Pelletier