1. Perfecting his craft since 1997, Joos ‘DOES’ van Barneveld is a multidisciplinary international artist recognised for his well balanced colour schemes, clean style and eye for detail.
    Taking root in graffiti art, traditional letterform is DOES’s primary love. He maintains that different hand styles betray elements of their owners’ emotional landscapes, putting personality traits subconsciously on display. Using the letters D, O, E and S as a foundation, he continues to elevate these etchings to new heights. Through an explosion of colour and shape, letters assume narrative.

    Joos van Barneveld was born in 1982 in Veghel, The Netherlands. Though he has been active in graffiti since 1997, soccer was his first love. At the age of 9 he was chosen to train with the youth selection of one of the country’s professional soccer clubs. His disciplined nature, focus and dedication eventually won him a spot on a team in the highest division. Throughout his soccer career he lead a double life; balancing the public persona of a professional athlete with the secret life of an underground graffiti writer. When an injury ended his athletic pursuits at the age of 28, DOES took it as an opportunity to focus solely on his art. He quickly carved out a reputation as one of the best practitioners of the craft, and today his work is featured in exhibitions and collections across the globe.

    Although his style is pure, DOES doesn’t like to limit himself to one discipline. Over the years, DOES’s work has diversified into illustrative drawings, prints, murals and canvasses. No matter the medium, his work breathes exuberance – bright, dynamic and full of energy.

    Directed by: Strictua
    Artist: Does / Digitaldoes
    D.O.P.: Marijn Vanderheijden & Miquel Steps
    Editing & post-production by: Strictua
    Additional soccer footage: L1, SBS6
    Music: Moby & Oby Nine
    Thanks: Mobygratis.com, Ilovegraffiti, Chas, Gomad, Ironlak, Submedia,
    Highly recommended

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  2. [HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEO ESSAYS LIKE THIS! patreon.com/AdamWestbrook]

    101 summers ago the countries of Europe collapsed quickly into war: it was sudden but also strangely inevitable. Countless books have been written since about the causes of The Great War, but in this video essay we offer an alternative history. By tracing the story backwards in time we stumble upon a very unexpected cause and discover that sometimes the most harmless of things can have terrible consequences.

    Story Design & Direction: Adam Westbrook adamwestbrook.co.uk
    Additional Photography: Brett Walsh brettwalshphotography.com
    Animation: Adam Westbrook
    Archive footage from the US National Archives released in the public domain
    Stock footage via Videohive and Pond5
    All photographs in the public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
    Satie's Gymnopedie No. 2 performed by Kevin McLeod incompetech.com
    Additional music and sound effects via AudioJungle
    Story assistance from Caroline Vanier, Cody Delistraty and Chris Schaefer.

    Indonesian translation: Farras Octara farrasoctara.com/
    Spanish translation: Ana Ribera García-Rubio @molinos1282
    German translation: Otiko Bagaturia
    French translation: Otiko Bagaturia & Dimitri Paroulava

    Here are the books I used in researching this essay.

    The Guns of August by Barbara Tuchman amazon.co.uk/The-Guns-August-Bestselling-Outbreak/dp/0241968216/
    The War that Ended Peace by Margaret Macmillan amazon.co.uk/The-War-that-Ended-Peace/dp/1846682738/
    Catastrophe: Europe Goes to War 1914 by Max Hastings amazon.co.uk/Catastrophe-Europe-Goes-War-1914/dp/0007519745/
    Dreadnought: Britain, Germany and the coming of the Great War by Robert K Massie amazon.co.uk/Dreadnought-Britain-Germany-Coming-Great-ebook/dp/B00D5FOGL6
    The Last Kaiser by Giles MacDonogh amazon.co.uk/Last-Kaiser-Life-Wilhelm-II/dp/0312305575/
    The Influence of Sea Power on History 1660-1783 by Alfred T Mahan amazon.co.uk/Influence-Power-Upon-History-1660-1783/dp/1589801555

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  3. The video is inspired by one of the trailer of the
    movie "Stranger Than Paradise" by Jim Jarmush.
    Filming and editing: Giuliano Severini.
    Story: Claudio Majorana
    Read more about the video:
    http://www.abriefglance.com/gettin-lost-in-sicily

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