1. SMASH TV presents MEMOREX


    Memorex is the advertising industry's collective wet dream. The sequel to Smash TV's critically acclaimed "Skinemax", Memorex is a 50 minute VJ odyssey, a tribute to an entire generation who grew up with only a TV and a VCR for a babysitter.

    Sourced from over forty hours of 80s commercials pulled from warped VHS tapes, Memorex is a deep exploration of nostalgia and the cultural values of an era of excess. It's a re-contextualization of ads - cultural detritus, the lowest of the low - into something altogether more profound, humorous, and at times, even beautiful.

    Digging up long forgotten memories for a generation who spent their formative years glued to the boob tube, Memorex is a veritable nostalgia nuke for children of the 80s. Endless beach parties, Saturday morning cartoons, claymation everything, sleek cars, sexy babes, toys you forgot existed, station idents, primitive computer animation, all your favorite sugary cereal mascots, and so much more. An ode to the hyper consumerism and sleek veneer of a simpler time.

    The audio provides a perfect accompaniment to the warped and weirdly nostalgic footage, like finding your favorite cassette from childhood after it’s been baking in the sun for 25 years. An authentic audio/visual package, Memorex was designed to look and feel like the real deal. The ultimate VHS tape.

    Is it a lost cultural relic, melted to the dash of an '83 Nissan Sentra?

    Is it a sinister government experiment, designed to brainwash children into becoming consumer slaves?

    Is it the pinnacle of blipverts, sent back in time from 20 minutes into the future?

    Is it the holy grail of unlabeled VHS tapes, tucked away in the back room of an abandoned Blockbuster?

    Is it live, or is it Memorex?

    We didn't create your childhood, we just organized it for you. How to brainwash an entire generation.

    This video is protected under fair use copyright law. It is presented for the purposes of entertainment, education, and criticism/commentary only. No infringement is intended.


    Memorex Intro
    VHS Head - Ident
    Boxcutter - TV Troubles
    Cuticle - Towel
    Leyland Kirby - Neon Lit Atoms
    Peaking Lights - Synthy
    Hype Williams - Mitsubishi
    Boards Of Canada - On A Rolling Sea
    LA Vampires Featuring Matrix Metals - So Unreal
    Rene Hell - Bordes Of Heaven
    Laurie Anderson - O Superman (Smash TV Rewind)
    VHS Head - Seen Enough
    Outer Limits Recordings - Julie
    Boards Of Canada - Dave (I'm A Real Traditionalist)
    Ford & Lopatin - Rock Center Paranoia
    Hype Williams - Businessline
    LA Vampires Goes Ital - Tons Of Love
    Boards Of Canada - Iraq Says / Nine-Rubber Wisdom
    Niggas With Guitars - Milky White
    Loverboy - When It's Over (Brian E Remix / Smash TV Rewind)
    Thompson Twins - If You Were Here (Smash TV Rewind)
    Memorex Outro

    Download the higher quality MP3 here:

    Please support the original artists.

    Also, please check out the following two Youtube channels, where much of this footage was sourced from.
    You have our endless thanks for archiving our childhood.

    80s Commercial Vault

    Vintage Computer Graphics

    Tons of additional DJ Mixes here:

    Blog: supersmashtv.tumblr.com/
    Twitter: @supersmashtv

    After these messages, we'll be right back...

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  2. Narrated by Devendra Banhart.
    (Support Tim Maia on iTunes - http://bit.ly/PUzVgr)

    This is the story of Tim Maia, possibly the greatest (and craziest) soul singer you never heard of. Infamous in Brazil, Tim was a soul grenade that exploded in the 70s. He single handedly revolutionized Brazilian popular music and had the best time ever doing it. His story is one of humourous excess in every way imaginable and there’s something for all the family: drugs, women, money, guns and even a UFO cult thrown in. He REALLY lived the dream, always with a smile.

    This animated film has been created in a close collaboration between SuperHeroes Amsterdam, ShopAround and record label Luaka Bop, to celebrate Tim’s album launch and introduce the world to a soul superstar. After a decade of legal wrangling, Luaka Bop’s Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia is a fifteen track survey of Maia's 1970s recordings, completely remastered and packed with the sweetest warmest sun drenched soul you can imagine.

    So don your white robes, drop a tab or two and get wild for Tim Maia’s first big worldwide release. VIVA TIM!

    Rogier Vijverberg, Bert Dijkstra

    Gareth Broadbent

    Momo & Sprits

    Fred Huergo
    Zoltan Korai
    David Schagerström

    Sander Houtman

    Eric Welles-Nyström

    Yale Evelev
    Eric Welles-Nyström
    Mat Hall

    Don Pi
    Nelson Motta
    Roger Bruno
    Paul Heck
    Allen Thayer
    Aram Goldberg
    Gerald Seligman
    Paul Ruest & Argot Studios
    Fernando Garcez do Carmo

    Devendra Banhart


    Support Tim Maia on iTunes - http://bit.ly/PUzVgr

    Stream ‘Caminho Do Bem’ and ‘Que Beleza’ on SoundCloud:

    See what the New York Times has to say about him:

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  3. GSG 5 Second Project Submission (greyscalegorilla.com/blog/2012/04/five-second-project-nothing-but-cubes/)

    Brief: Make a 5 second animation that relates to the theme "Nothing But Cubes".

    Fred Huergo: fredhuergo.com /// fredhuergo.wordpress.com
    David Schagerström: cargocollective.com/40redapples

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  4. this was a fake trailer segment designed to go in between Tarantino film Grindhouse a. VooDooDog designed the graphic DON'T to reflect the horror and shock from old horror movies.

    Directed by Edgar Wright this fake trailer segments fits between the two feature length segments in the Tarantino film Grindhouse.

    The faux trailer DON'T reflects the horror and shock values in old horror movies.

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  5. To push myself to get better at my craft, I have made this project with three movies where each movie should I go up one level. One thing is the same in all, they must have something with Michael Jordan.

    Practice - Part One, Task:
    Make a video with high speed, where music and sound effects represent the same style. Duration of fimen must be low. The transitions should be done in a way I've never tried before, and the visual part should also be drawn in a way which would not normally do.

    Music: Riky Rick - Pink Champagne
    Video: vimeo.com/33673280

    Practice - Part Two, Task:
    Make a video that has a rich content of animations, but animations are hand drawn and combined with simple 2D graphics. Everything has to flow together and form a film when something happens constantly.

    I had to come up with a method which could hand draw my transitions of the elements. Many use Adobe Flash pen-tool because it's just solid and have the ghost feature, but I would try to do it with hand drawings, as a bonus I got from my father the Wacom Inkling, and was really excited to see what it could, but was quite disappointed with the pretty annoying "errors" and hoping for an update someday. Ex. on imports it makes the lines super jiggy and usually when you make a circle you use 4 points, Wacom Inkling will use approx. 4000 points. So much time afterwards to adjust the drawings. But found my method, and got it done.

    VO: Michael Jordan
    Music: Funkdoobiest - Rock On
    Video: vimeo.com/39002376

    Practice - Part Three, Task:
    Make a very advanced video using techniques and styles from Parts 1 and 2. Using hand drawn animation and 2D graphics, but this time with 3D and real footage.

    - Coming soon.

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