who knew? pretty clever chip tunes though using a frikin 2 bit machine.
a short about some of the computers he created and used in his workand some work from 1961
now playing at IFC, can’t wait to see it.
also check out the wacky website, which makes pretty good use of html5.
there is also an additional interactive project to this, “Constellation Gaga,” which … “enables visitors to Barney’s to Tweet their Holiday wishes to Gaga’s Constellation, where they will be streamed live on the http://www.prysm.comlaser phosphor display (LPD) and hosted on a website.”
more on that from the official release… ”Working with Q4, a NYC-based experiential digital agency, the window will feature a new collaborative film by director Tim Richardson and creative director, Nicola Formichetti. The interactive short film is sponsored by a White Label Product with post production by The Mill, screen technology by Prysm, and interactive experience design by Moving Image & Content and The Science Project. “
thanks for video lucas!
…and only god knows who else. this thing is massive.
simple but clever campaign. i wonder what the retention on this was.
Lovely short about sword maker Korehira Watanabe. I have quite amount of gratitude for this short, as I have been a consummate a fan of the remaining swordsmiths in Japan. I have a small but thorough library here at home with many of these works, and it’s likely each will out last all of us by hundreds of years.
Thank You Etsy.
file this one under “where are they now”. pretty interesting to see Charanjit all these years after is seminal release, and now re-release. Perhaps his wife will let him out to play in america someday…
thanks to mke for sending this one along
love this video. great message for the kiddies.
Director: Caleb Beyers at Caste Projects
Executive Producer: Rob Calder at Secret Study
Director of Photography: Todd M. Duym
Makeup & Masks/Headpieces: Jennifer Latour, and Raj Mariathasan at MastersFX
Choreography: Justine Chambers
Art Direction & Animation: Caste Projects
Props: Claudia Barcelo
Editor: Jason Myers
reminds me a little of the Eames’ shorts.
Artist Gary Schott utilizes his skills as a Metalsmith to create playful and beautiful mechanized objects. This documentary was produced in association with Southwest School of Art. Learn more about their BFA program at swschool.org. Learn more about the artist at GarySchott.com. Learn more about the Filmmakers WalleyFilms.com.
Direction & Design /// Jens Blank
Prod. Company /// MCQ Films
DOP /// David Liddell
Sound /// Jussi Honka
Music /// Paul Pringle
additional animation /// Bence Varga & Balogh Zsolt