1. Good Vibrations


    from Helene Emain / Added

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    Don't contact me for requests about Good Vibrations, I'm just a cg artist who has worked on it. The director is Jeremy Clapin, the producer Ron Diamond, and the studio Vanilla Seed.

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    • Good Vibrations (commercial)


      from Jeremy Clapin / Added

      3,363 Plays / / 10 Comments

      short film for "Liberty Mutual" producer: ACME filmworks / Ron diamond director: Jeremy clapin

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      • Free HUGS in…Leeds, UK!


        from WORLD CLIQUE TV / Added

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        Huggies to you ALL!!!! A HUG a day keeps the unhappy bugs away! :0) Did you FREE HUG in Leeds or any where else in the world? Then let us know by leaving a comment in the box below! ;0) Tell us why you decided to FREE HUG? What do you like about HUGGING? How do you think HUGGING can benefit people and the world? Let's HUG our way to a better world! Big fat massive LOVE HUG from WCTV! Peace, Love and Laughter! Sound track song SMILE ON by Dee-Lite! You don’t have to say no words And it comes in every language You can see it in every nation It helps communication It’s like a shining sun Up high in the sky And when you blink your eyes It’s like a nice surprise Take your time As long as you make the time To be happy Smile on, pass it on Smile on, pass it on Do do dodoo Do do do do dodoo You got to keep moving Keep movin keep movin It’s a universal sign Everyone can do it You can change people’s minds If you choose to use it Smile on, pass it on Smile on, pass it on

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        • A Long Echo to Noise


          from Bartholomäus Traubeck / Added

          31.3K Plays / / 7 Comments

          'A Long Echo to Noise' is a vinyl record consisting of a locked groove being played over and over until it completely wears out. The sound-sample is taken from the Beach Boys' hit-single 'Good Vibrations', a song notoriously famous for being sampled excessively throughout music culture since its release. The cultural technique of sampling always includes the factor of loss. When sampling from an audio source the sampled recording will never have the same quality as the original. It always only borrows a part of the original. This is not only true for sampling music but for sampling as a cultural tool in general. In order to work creatively with bits and pieces, parts of the original have to be left out of the picture. Yet even when sampling from an already sampled source, there always needs to be something original to borrow from in the first place. This 'original' might again be something composed from other sources, a snapshot in an evolutionary process of cultural production. Therefore the sampled is never autonomous, it is like an echo that can only exist temporarily and in an ever changing state, deriving from a source and 'echoing' until it's origin has vanished.

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            from WORLD CLIQUE TV / Added

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            Here it is folks! (Interview is 10 minutes, followed by an International Free Hugging montage!) The FREE HUGGING man himself, Paul in an interview telling us about his experience of FREE HUGGING! If you haven't seen the very moving, heartfelt and inspirational film of Paul FREE HUGGING, here is the link to it… https://vimeo.com/82875194 Here is a link to FREE GLOBAL HUGS Face Book… https://www.facebook.com/globalfreehugs and for Vincent Marx, Free HUGS FOR PEACE... www.freehugs.1truespirit.com

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            • Waves


              from Christoph / Added

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              Hello everybody !!! This evening, when I walked home from work, the little pond of the Jardin Botanique caught my eyes. Actually, not so much the pond itself ... but the waves :-). I started watching the wave patterns in the pond. How they broke onto stones. How they spread, transformed, vanished. I also started to watch closer at all the ducks and their friends. How they float in the water surrounded by waves and how they themselves create waves with each of their movements. Waves of different rythms, lenghts ... Waves colliding, avoiding, mingling with those of the others. I thought: how wonderful !!! It is like a cosmic ocean. We all are surrounded by waves. We are deeply immersed in them. We do emit our own waves and they become part of the big cosmic symphony. Actually, we can even say that all of life is nothing but a big cosmic ocean, a big symphony ... or a big jazz improvisation ;-). Usually we are not aware of all this continuous "music". So, I said a BIG thank you to the pond and its inhabitants for reminding me !!! And I caught some glimpses of this beautiful insight with my photocamera. I hope it will inspire you !!! The music is Tan Dun's "Above Water". Good and harmonious vibes and waves and a lot of good inspirations to all of you !!! Christoph PS: I find this video very complementary to "Broken Silence": http://vimeo.com/27047552. (29/09/2010)

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              • Good Vibrations


                from Helene Emain / Added

                916 Plays / / 2 Comments

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                • Good Vibrations


                  from Fernando Barrientos / Added

                  806 Plays / / 2 Comments

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                  • Good Vibrations Kinetic Typography


                    from Froilan Tam / Added

                    494 Plays / / 2 Comments

                    We had to do a group project for our graphic design final in After Effects that dealt with kinetic type. It took three weeks from start to finish. May 2012.

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                    • Surf Trip Peru 2013


                      from Giuliano Jupy / Added

                      319 Plays / / 2 Comments

                      Surfing the best waves in the world with my friends and family. There is nothing better than this!!

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