1. Drew Leshko

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    Philadelphia based sculptor, Drew Leshko layers paper and other material to recreate buildings from his hometown. We find his extremely detailed work to be inspiring and captivating. See more of his work at Drewleshko.com. Music by Chicago based artist Netherfriends, track - Beautiful Women. Directed by: Patrick Flanagan

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    • Golem making of

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      from Santiago Riquelme / Added

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      Presentación del proceso de realización y filmación de una de las escenas de Golem, cortometraje de animación stopmotion. Presentation of the proces of bulding and shooting of one scen of Golem, a stopmotion animationshortmovie. Prsentation du processus de réalisation et tournade d'une des scènes de Golem, courtmetrage d'animation stopmotion.

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      • Amirov Miniatures played by Rovshan Mamedkuliev

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        Guitar: 1961 Ignacio Fleta (http://tinyurl.com/jvn3vwp) Here's GFA winner Rovshan Mamedkuliev playing his own transcription of two miniatures by Fikret Amirov - Lyrical Dance and On Hunting - on a 1961 Ignacio Fleta classical guitar at the Guitar Salon International showroom in Santa Monica, CA.

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        • The Square Roots Wallpaper Animation from The Fractal Architecture Series

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          from Laetitia Soulier / Added

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          The Fractal Architectures Series Building the image The Fractal Architectures series is divided into two chapters: The Matryoshka Dolls and The Square Roots. The hyper-realistic models, conceived for the unique point of view of the camera, are built in the toy scale of 1/24 to life size and above, following a fractal logic. Within the interlocked spaces, a foot, a thumb or a face appear to reveal the multiple scales incorporated in the model. Young characters unfold within these fractal architectures, which are at once their toy, their home, their childhood, their adulthood, the space between their past and their future. Fractal Geometry The conception of each model begins with a simple geometric figure; the circle for the Matryoshka Dolls and the square for the Square Roots. These elementary forms repeat at different scales to create an intricate pattern, which weaves together the infinitely small and the infinitely big. This never-ending fractal motif spreads across the wallpaper, and is the basis of the model’s floor plan and interior design. For example, the wallpaper for the Matryoshka series is made up of nested dolls woven in a circular dance, each impregnated with this repeating pattern. Similarly in the model, the circular archetype puts everything in rotation; the hardwood floor grows in concentric circles, the doors bend in arches, and the staircase swirls to the higher alcoves. The walls undulate organically, folding and refolding in a womb-like interior where the exterior seems to no longer exist. About the Artist Laetitia Soulier’s photographs, articulated in series, each invite the viewer to journey through different worlds ruled by different paradigms. The Palindromes series follows a binary system, using diptych images where twins wander in symmetrical landscapes. In the Fractal Architectures series, the geometry of the wallpaper and the structure of the decor follow a fractal logic, weaving together microcosm and macrocosm. Soulier’s characters are approximately eight years old. Their minds have reached the critical place between the rational and fantastical. This paradoxical state is represented in Soulier’s methodically composed yet chimerical photographs. This work cohabits mythical thought, inherited from her Berber genealogical background, and modern scientific thought, cultivated through a French philosophical education. Laetitia Soulier was born in 1978 in Bordeaux, France, studied throughout Paris to receive her BFA from the Art School of Cergy, her MFA from l’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, and a degree in philosophy from the University of Paris. She then studied photography and studio lighting at Les Gobelins, Ecole de l’Image. Her work has been exhibited internationally at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Beaux Arts de Paris, and the Musashino University in Tokyo. Most recently she had a solo show at the Aperture Foundation. She was also selected as the New York Photo Festival’s Multimedia category winner and won the Exposure Award grand prize.

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          • The Square Roots 1/3 from The Fractal Architecture Series

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            from Laetitia Soulier / Added

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            The Fractal Architectures Series Building the image The Fractal Architectures series is divided into two chapters: The Matryoshka Dolls and The Square Roots. The hyper-realistic models, conceived for the unique point of view of the camera, are built in the toy scale of 1/24 to life size and above, following a fractal logic. Within the interlocked spaces, a foot, a thumb or a face appear to reveal the multiple scales incorporated in the model. Young characters unfold within these fractal architectures, which are at once their toy, their home, their childhood, their adulthood, the space between their past and their future. Fractal Geometry The conception of each model begins with a simple geometric figure; the circle for the Matryoshka Dolls and the square for the Square Roots. These elementary forms repeat at different scales to create an intricate pattern, which weaves together the infinitely small and the infinitely big. This never-ending fractal motif spreads across the wallpaper, and is the basis of the model’s floor plan and interior design. For example, the wallpaper for the Matryoshka series is made up of nested dolls woven in a circular dance, each impregnated with this repeating pattern. Similarly in the model, the circular archetype puts everything in rotation; the hardwood floor grows in concentric circles, the doors bend in arches, and the staircase swirls to the higher alcoves. The walls undulate organically, folding and refolding in a womb-like interior where the exterior seems to no longer exist. About the Artist: Laetitia Soulier’s photographs, articulated in series, each invite the viewer to journey through different worlds ruled by different paradigms. The Palindromes series follows a binary system, using diptych images where twins wander in symmetrical landscapes. In the Fractal Architectures series, the geometry of the wallpaper and the structure of the decor follow a fractal logic, weaving together microcosm and macrocosm. Soulier’s characters are approximately eight years old. Their minds have reached the critical place between the rational and fantastical. This paradoxical state is represented in Soulier’s methodically composed yet chimerical photographs. This work cohabits mythical thought, inherited from her Berber genealogical background, and modern scientific thought, cultivated through a French philosophical education. Laetitia Soulier was born in 1978 in Bordeaux, France, studied throughout Paris to receive her BFA from the Art School of Cergy, her MFA from l’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, and a degree in philosophy from the University of Paris. She then studied photography and studio lighting at Les Gobelins, Ecole de l’Image. Her work has been exhibited internationally at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Beaux Arts de Paris, and the Musashino University in Tokyo. Most recently she had a solo show at the Aperture Foundation. She was also selected as the New York Photo Festival’s Multimedia category winner and won the Exposure Award grand prize.

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            • The Square Roots 2/3 from The Fractal Architecture Series

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              from Laetitia Soulier / Added

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              The Fractal Architectures Series Building the image The Fractal Architectures series is divided into two chapters: The Matryoshka Dolls and The Square Roots. The hyper-realistic models, conceived for the unique point of view of the camera, are built in the toy scale of 1/24 to life size and above, following a fractal logic. Within the interlocked spaces, a foot, a thumb or a face appear to reveal the multiple scales incorporated in the model. Young characters unfold within these fractal architectures, which are at once their toy, their home, their childhood, their adulthood, the space between their past and their future. Fractal Geometry The conception of each model begins with a simple geometric figure; the circle for the Matryoshka Dolls and the square for the Square Roots. These elementary forms repeat at different scales to create an intricate pattern, which weaves together the infinitely small and the infinitely big. This never-ending fractal motif spreads across the wallpaper, and is the basis of the model’s floor plan and interior design. For example, the wallpaper for the Matryoshka series is made up of nested dolls woven in a circular dance, each impregnated with this repeating pattern. Similarly in the model, the circular archetype puts everything in rotation; the hardwood floor grows in concentric circles, the doors bend in arches, and the staircase swirls to the higher alcoves. The walls undulate organically, folding and refolding in a womb-like interior where the exterior seems to no longer exist. About the Artist: Laetitia Soulier’s photographs, articulated in series, each invite the viewer to journey through different worlds ruled by different paradigms. The Palindromes series follows a binary system, using diptych images where twins wander in symmetrical landscapes. In the Fractal Architectures series, the geometry of the wallpaper and the structure of the decor follow a fractal logic, weaving together microcosm and macrocosm. Soulier’s characters are approximately eight years old. Their minds have reached the critical place between the rational and fantastical. This paradoxical state is represented in Soulier’s methodically composed yet chimerical photographs. This work cohabits mythical thought, inherited from her Berber genealogical background, and modern scientific thought, cultivated through a French philosophical education. Laetitia Soulier was born in 1978 in Bordeaux, France, studied throughout Paris to receive her BFA from the Art School of Cergy, her MFA from l’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, and a degree in philosophy from the University of Paris. She then studied photography and studio lighting at Les Gobelins, Ecole de l’Image. Her work has been exhibited internationally at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Beaux Arts de Paris, and the Musashino University in Tokyo. Most recently she had a solo show at the Aperture Foundation. She was also selected as the New York Photo Festival’s Multimedia category winner and won the Exposure Award grand prize.

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              • The Square Roots 1/3 & 2/3 from The Fractal Architecture Series

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                The Fractal Architectures Series Building the image The Fractal Architectures series is divided into two chapters: The Matryoshka Dolls and The Square Roots. The hyper-realistic models, conceived for the unique point of view of the camera, are built in the toy scale of 1/24 to life size and above, following a fractal logic. Within the interlocked spaces, a foot, a thumb or a face appear to reveal the multiple scales incorporated in the model. Young characters unfold within these fractal architectures, which are at once their toy, their home, their childhood, their adulthood, the space between their past and their future. Fractal Geometry The conception of each model begins with a simple geometric figure; the circle for the Matryoshka Dolls and the square for the Square Roots. These elementary forms repeat at different scales to create an intricate pattern, which weaves together the infinitely small and the infinitely big. This never-ending fractal motif spreads across the wallpaper, and is the basis of the model’s floor plan and interior design. For example, the wallpaper for the Matryoshka series is made up of nested dolls woven in a circular dance, each impregnated with this repeating pattern. Similarly in the model, the circular archetype puts everything in rotation; the hardwood floor grows in concentric circles, the doors bend in arches, and the staircase swirls to the higher alcoves. The walls undulate organically, folding and refolding in a womb-like interior where the exterior seems to no longer exist. About the Artist: Laetitia Soulier’s photographs, articulated in series, each invite the viewer to journey through different worlds ruled by different paradigms. The Palindromes series follows a binary system, using diptych images where twins wander in symmetrical landscapes. In the Fractal Architectures series, the geometry of the wallpaper and the structure of the decor follow a fractal logic, weaving together microcosm and macrocosm. Soulier’s characters are approximately eight years old. Their minds have reached the critical place between the rational and fantastical. This paradoxical state is represented in Soulier’s methodically composed yet chimerical photographs. This work cohabits mythical thought, inherited from her Berber genealogical background, and modern scientific thought, cultivated through a French philosophical education. Laetitia Soulier was born in 1978 in Bordeaux, France, studied throughout Paris to receive her BFA from the Art School of Cergy, her MFA from l’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, and a degree in philosophy from the University of Paris. She then studied photography and studio lighting at Les Gobelins, Ecole de l’Image. Her work has been exhibited internationally at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Beaux Arts de Paris, and the Musashino University in Tokyo. Most recently she had a solo show at the Aperture Foundation. She was also selected as the New York Photo Festival’s Multimedia category winner and won the Exposure Award grand prize.

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                • Hemingway in 15 Seconds - The Old Man and the Sea

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                  Instagram video campaign. Credits: Client: The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Chicago Chief Creative Officer: Joe Sciarrotta Group Creative Directors: Chris Turner, Dave Metcalf Creative Directors: Bowen Mendelson, Andrew Gall Associate Creative Director: Isaac Pagan Copywriter: Michael Franklin Producer: Lisa Hinrichs Account Executive: Jane Johnsen Sound Design: David Axelbaum, Airstream Audio: Joe Griffin Production Company: Deboka Films Director: Eduardo Cintron Set and Puppets: Kate Stransky Cgi/Vfx Supervisor, Animator, 3D Design: Noah Schloss Director of Photography: Jake Zalutsky Character Modeling: Sebastian Szyszka Character Rigger: Clark Stanton 2nd Animator: Bradley Bischoff Design and Animation: Juan Carlos Montes Editor: Clockwork

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                  • EN - Stanton Wallace 2015

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                    Vœux 2015 - Client : Stanton Wallace Conception & Réalisation : www.ouiart.com

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                    • Burying

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                      Disposing the evidence. Model: Gregory Waldo Video: Cody Burridge PA: Chandra Guthro

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