1. Music video for "Wanderland" by Hermanos Inglesos feat. MeMe.

    Directed by Kristof Luyckx & Michèle Vanparys.

    Design: Kristof Luyckx & Michèle Vanparys
    Art Direction: Kristof Luyckx
    Editing: Stijn Deconinck & Kristof Luyckx
    Animation: Michèle Vanparys, Michélé De Feudis, Dries Bastiaensen & Kristof Luyckx.

    kristofluyckx.be

    # vimeo.com/13674406 Uploaded 415K Plays 113 Comments
  2. "BIG BANG BIG BOOM:
    an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life ... and how it could probably end.

    direction and animation by BLU
    http://www.blublu.org
    production and distribution by ARTSH.it
    http://www.artsh.it
    sountrack by ANDREA MARTIGNONI

    many thanks to (in random order):
    xm24 bologna, csoa mezzacanaja, ericailcane, robert rebotti, andrea bagni, paper resistance, studiocromie, rifrazioni festival, sasso passo, sibe, festival de cine experimental de maldonado (uruguay), gianluigi toccafondo, orilo, maria de brea, bs as stencil, run don't walk, franco fasoli, modo infoshop, pietro and icone festival, doma, cesare romani, popup festival and all the blu's family

    # vimeo.com/13085676 Uploaded 3.6M Plays 817 Comments
  3. New York invasion by 8-bits creatures !
    PIXELS is Patrick Jean' latest short film, shot on location in New York.

    Written, directed by : Patrick Jean
    Director of Photograhy : Matias Boucard
    SFX by Patrick Jean and guests
    Produced by Benjamin Darras / Johnny Alves

    http://www.onemore.tv

    # vimeo.com/10829255 Uploaded
  4. Urban Abstract was created by Jopsu Ramu and Timo Ramu (ex. Huhtala) - creative team and founders of Musuta Ltd. Jopsu Ramu is a young female designer and Creative Director of Musuta Ltd. Timo Ramu is her creative partner and manager of Musuta Ltd.

    This digital art piece was commissioned by TV Nelonen / channel 4 Finland and it was shown as the November break bumpers on one of the biggest commercial TV channels in Finland: TV Nelonen.

    Urban Abstract has been highly awarded, it has won bronze / in book award in D&Ad awards in London, Bronze in European Design awards in Rotterdam and most recently it won a Gold Lion from design category in Cannes Lions.

    Urban Abstract -piece was born in Tokyo during 2009. It consists of 40 X five second clips or it can be viewed as a one 200 second journey.

    The website urban-abstract.com works as a part of the piece and creates an extra dimension for the clips shown on TV.

    URBAN ABSTRACT - About the concept:

    Urban Abstract is a journey across urban space that unfolds in forty, 5 second parts. The journey, in one, two and three dimensions, is a bit like abstract surfing in which the original destination is only reached after a number of seemingly random yet linked detours occur. Points , lines, planes and other abstract elements create a journey through an Urban Abstract.
    The space between things is as important as intended space, perhaps creating a fourth dimension. Meaningful shapes and purposes occur in this dimension's reality as well. The concept of negative space has meaning here.
    Nature plays a part as well. To be able to understand and differentiate what is urban one has understand what is nature.
    The style of the shorts is fluid and, though seemingly random, stream into a cohesive whole. Perhaps watching them in a different order would be more like seeing the same journey from another point of view. The sound world is also very important -- movement in space is sensed even if watching the shorts with eyes closed. Sounds overlap, fade, come and go.
    Architectural, abstract, someway minimalist and abstract with a touch of humanity.
    This feeling is reached through mixing techniques such as vectors , hand drawn lines and painting.
    Urban Abstract was realized in Tokyo by a team of artists, designers and animators from Finland and Japan. Urban Abstract was created by Jopsu Ramu from Musuta Ltd, a concept, art & design -studio based in Tokyo and Helsinki.

    About the creators:

    Jopsu Ramu (born 1982). She is a young Finnish designer and an art director who runs her own business Musuta Ltd. Ramu creates art, graphic design, space & design.

    Timo Ramu (ex. Huhtala) manager and creative partner of Musuta Ltd.

    Musuta Ltd.
    Musuta Ltd. is a Finnish creative studio operating in and between Helsinki & Tokyo. Musuta is a multidisciplinary design studio that makes art, space, design, graphics, concepts & branding.
    Musuta produces Ramu's personal art work as well as creates commercial work for different clients including: Iittala, Hartwall, Pepsi Co., Kawada Group, TV Nelonen etc.
    - musuta.com

    TV Nelonen
    Channel Four Finland – Nelonen Nationwide commercial tv-channel Offers second-highest reach and is the third-largest advertising medium in Finland
    nelonen.fi

    If you embed or publish the Urban Abstract -video on blogs etc. please keep in mind to mention and credit the creators. The video should not be altered or edited in any way without permission from the creators.

    Credits:
    Creative Director Jopsu Ramu MUSUTA
    Art Director Jopsu Ramu MUSUTA
    Design&Storyboard Jopsu Ramu MUSUTA
    Opening scene artwork Shun Kawakami artless Inc.
    Calligraphy Gen Miyamura
    Sound Chikao Maruyama
    Producer Timo Ramu (ex. Huhtala) MUSUTA
    Animation&Production: Mitsutomo Maeda & Masaru Ikeda EDP graphic works
    Project management Tokyo Masaji Kinoshita / shirofuchi Inc.
    Executive Producer MUSUTA Ltd.
    Special thanks Taisuke Koyama, Brian Kaszonyi
    Created by MUSUTA Ltd. - Jopsu Ramu & Timo Ramu (ex. Huhtala)

    # vimeo.com/7681282 Uploaded 366K Plays 87 Comments
  5. Random International’s ongoing Swarm Studies explore the intelligence in motion of self-organising systems through increasingly dematerialised, sensory environments. Inspired by the acrobatic efficiency of flocking birds, the individual light sources are each imbued with a collective behaviour. When a person approaches, the swarm alters the direction and demenour of its flight in response to the sound of their presence. Through its movement and behaviour, the swarm appears almost animate, responsively integrating the surrounding natural phenomena, spatial dynamics and human activity.

    Documentation from 'Random International: The Behaviour of Objects' at Carpenters Workshop Gallery, London 2010.

    # vimeo.com/12525044 Uploaded

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