1. As a in house test case, we created a unique physical 3D video mapping experience by turing a white living room into a spacious 360° projection area. This technique allowed us to take control of all colors, patterns and textures of the furniture, wallpapers and carpet. All done with 2 projectors.

    Concept: Mr.Beam
    Projections: Mr.Beam
    Music: Free the Robots - Jazzhole


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  2. AÑO / 1996

    El video musical de "Stinkfist" fue creado con técnicas de animación cuadro por cuadro y fue dirigido por el guitarrista Adam Jones (que tenía experiencia previa en dirección de arte y animación). Se centra en una raza de las personas de arena que chupan unos tubos y tragan clavos y alambres que aparentemente los lastiman y son expulsados de sus cuerpos, tras lo cual son puestos en jarras y atesorados; otra raza de mutantes tiene entrañas que se conectan a la pared. En un punto del video, uno de los personajes principales es visto rasurándose y pelando la piel de arena revelando otra capa de piel cubierta diseños similares a tatuajes que cubren el cuerpo entero. Hacia el final del video, el personaje masculino principal es visto desde atrás lo que revela un forma vida similar a un tumor creciendo desde su brazo izquierdo. Por lo menos, un crítico comparó los visuales a los trabajos de H. R. Giger.

    El video alcanzó gran rotación en MTV, aunque solo aparece con el título "Track #1" en vez de "Stinkfist". La motivación de MTV es que el nombre "Stinkfist" es demasiado ofensivo para el consumo público.5 Matt Pinfield, conductor de 120 Minutes, respondió el aire a la gran cantidad de quejas por correo electrónico de los fans, diciendo que no había nada que pudiera hacer al respecto; también dijo que "si no conoces el nombre de la canción, sal a comprar el álbum" mientras su puño en frente de su rostro. El video obtuvo el 6to lugar en un reciente conteo en Scuzz de los 50 mejores videos musicales de todos los tiempos según sus espectadores, y el 1er lugar en su lista de los "Top 10 Most Fucked Up Videos" ('Los 10 Videos Más Jodidos').

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  3. Director/Animaton/illustration/VFX: Kristofer Ström
    Director/Animaton/3D/VFX: Erik Buchholtz
    Director/Animaton/3D/VFX: Mikael Pettersén
    Camera: Nils Byrfors
    Game-music: Douglas Holmquist
    Additional comp: Martin Ottosson, Filippa Edghill
    Producer: Tamsin Glasson - Colonel Blimp
    Producer: Bart Yates - Blinkink
    Label: Audioporn records
    Artist: Xilent
    Track: Boss Wave

    Main Actor: Tobias Pettersson


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  4. Download this song http://bit.ly/w1BFrv
    Video Director(s):Tony T. Datis
    Producer : HK corp
    © WMG 2012

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  5. Glassworks Amsterdam is very proud to have collaborated with the G-Star in-house creative team to realize the Art of RAW campaign film. Till now the global campaigns of the brand were based on iconic print advertisements, shot by one of the biggest names in photography Anton Corbijn, featuring talents like Liv Tyler, Magnus Carlsen and Gemma Arterton.

    We were therefore extremely excited when G-Star approached Glassworks to realize their first ever campaign commercial which will run online and in cinemas across the globe. Since the brand took a break from conventional advertising in their market, this was a great opportunity for the two brand’s expertise to meet: denim and high-end digital animation and visual effects.

    The result was a dramatic, fully CGI, macro-level journey through the denim-making process. G-Star's creative team created the concept for the video and collaborated with our in-house CGI director Rudiger Kaltenhauser, who created the magical and moody world for the film, provided that it remained faithful to the core processes involved in creating their world-famous RAW denim. We were completely sold when we knew the challenge was to create a film with a photo-real running skeleton dog and that it would have the soundtrack by US super-producer Skrillex.

    Rudiger storyboarded the action treatments, designed the style frames, edited the cut, and then led our team of lighting/texturing TD's and animators in bringing everything to life. There were many challenges, not least of all creating CGI denim that reflects the fabric the brand is so passionate about. The team also took on the challenge to create a texturing/lighting setup that allowed the beauty of each step of the denim making process to be clearly understood but also live up to the expectations of the G-Star denim specialists.

    Cut from the 60" film, a 15" teaser was screened to launch their show at the Bread & Butter fair in Berlin last month, and whilst the full-length film will be playing on their website, you can see the 30" in cinemas and throughout their stores globally. The CGI skeleton dog is the leading visual throughout the Art of RAW print campaign and you might even be able to race him yourself in the Hong Kong subway!

    Production Company
    Glassworks Amsterdam

    Rudiger Kaltenhauser

    3d Artist
    Markus Lauterbach
    Tim Borgmann
    Markus Geerts
    Nick Smalley
    Tim Bolland
    Dan Hope
    Chris Wood

    Flame artists
    Kyle Obley
    Lise Prudh'omme

    Flame Assist
    Bob Roijen

    Scott Harris

    Executive Producer
    Jane Bakx

    G-Star RAW

    G-Star RAW creative team


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    Russ Chimes - Turn Me Out::: This video seems to take place in the 1950s. The clothing and hairstyles seem to suggest the time period, and the pastel color backgrounds help it a bit. The way I understand it, the video is depicting the way music in general, and club music specifically, can hypnotize a person and take control, allowing you to let loose. There also seems to be a hint of anti-media propaganda, perhaps suggesting that television is hypnotizing the masses, which I would tend to agree with. The music is not really my cup of tea but the video is effective and seems to flow well with the video.

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