Following a busy 2017 spent painting walls and working on community projects like the Nomadic Community Gardens & Meeting of Styles, Jim Vision has put together a fresh show-reel of our favourite projects from the last few years.
In addition to featuring supreme hyper-lapse footage from TCShootme, there’s clips from the Tron : Legacy, Mission Impossible, The Watchmen mural projects, amongst others and it features collaborative pieces with artists like Busk, Oly Kenna, and DrZadok.
As a creative production team Endoftheline, headed up by Jim Vision, started working in the time-lapse / video / graffiti genre in 2008, but Jim’s interest in creating videos stem from studying time-based new media and checking out the inspiring works from Exceeda, Chris Cunningham, Dj Yoda and more. His first early time-lapses were for Ninja Scroll, and then this expanded to working on projects for Paramount Pictures in early 2009, where we worked with Sam Wilkins and somehow managed to kill a Canon camera by taking too many pictures…. phew.
That first video for Watchmen was a crazy project. It was our first proper release to Vimeo that went viral before people knew what that meant! The video show-cased the story of 5 days and 4 artists painting multiple characters each day, then each morning we turned up and painted out the work from the day before with a new set piece.
Our first videos were simple concepts but since then we’ve tried to reinvent them and add in new elements, like drone camera footage for the Metal Gear rising mural in 2013, as a way to level up the way we record the awesome murals painted by the artists we’re working with and to deal with taller walls and larger spaces to record. The majority of our videos are edited in-house by Vision himself, and over the years we have been humbled by the input from a huge wealth of creative talent from like-minded photographers, videographers and video geniuses.
End of the Line, in association with Distillery Productions and T. Summerskill, have filmed the first 3D Graffiti Time-lapse. Created to document the production of Jim Vision's (from EndoftheLine) mural for Disney's Tron: Legacy this is the final 2D edit featuring a Daft Punk soundtrack.
This groundbreaking project was filmed in December 2010 and January 2011, in a warehouse in Shoreditch with the exterior shots taken from the rooftops of East London.
Filmed over 4 days, it shows the execution of a 20-metre mural that was painted on huge canvases for installation on Great Eastern Street.
The time-lapse was created using 2 x Canon 5D MK2 cameras and a specially constructed 3D rig provided by Inition.
Outlands from Original Tron Legacy Soundtrack by Daft Punk
3D Timelapse Photography & Animation:
3D Timelapse Photography:
Charlie Perrara, Inition
3D production, monitoring & post production services & 3D Equipment
Plus post alignment & depth grading
Seam Design seam-design.com
Tron Logo Cutout by Zeus