1. Digitals


    from Chris Crutchfield / Added

    295K Plays / / 168 Comments

    One day I got an email, an sms, a phone call, a Facebook message and two tweets all within about 5 seconds of one another. This video is a re-manifestation of my brain's interpretation of that event. #trustory Direction + Editing + Music Creation = Chris Cinematography = Pierce Cook Shot on RED All sounds sampled on ZoomH4N, then composed in Logic + Reason4 Edited in FCPX Oh, and you can enjoy this as an iPhone ringtone if you'd like! Version 1 - http://bit.ly/ziVYLC Version 2 - http://bit.ly/yVb6CG Enjoy.

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    • DISTANT RELATIVES [Patience]


      from nabil elderkin / Added

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      Directed and shot by: www.NABIL.com Editor: Eric Greenburg compositing/post/artwork: Gustavo & Clara Producer: Nabil add Prod: Kathleen Heffernan thx: kathleen Heffernan, Marc Antoine, Jodie Smith, Sheku Damian Marley & Nas are Distant Relatives

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      • Back to Barcelona


        from Ben / Added

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        Barcelona, a beautiful city to visit and a lot to watch. Buildings, people, artists, harbour, beach .... etc. Gary B. made the soundtrack 'Sol Tranquilo' Hope you enjoy! To hear more of Garry's music, please go to: soundcloud.com/​garry-b

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        • Nobody Beats The Drum - Grindin'


          from Nobody Beats The Drum / Added

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          Stop Motion Animation 'Grindin'' Director: Rogier van der Zwaag Music: Grindin' by Nobody Beats The Drum (available on the EP 'Focus' out on Satan's Circus; http://vl.am/mB9 ) check the making of: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBqxjvDAAWE&feature=channel or more info from the band: www.nobodybeatsthedrum.com This sequence of 4085 photo's was patiently created by Nobody Beats The Drum's VJ / visual artist Rogier van der Zwaag. www.100procenthalal.nl

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          • Bob Dylan Subterranean Homesick Blues - A HAND LETTERING EXPERIENCE


            from Leandro Senna / Added

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            IF YOU WANNA SEE ALL THE PAGES AND A LITTLE BIT OF THE PROCESS VISIT http://www.leandrosenna.com/72810/766869/work/bob-dylans-hand-lettering-experience I´ve been thinking for a lot of time on doing a personal project where I could get out of the computer for a little bit, and have pleasure doing something handmade. Getting back to the basics. Inspired by Bob Dylan´s Subterranean Homesick Blues video, where he flips cards with the lyrics as the song plays, I decided to recreate those cards with handmade type. I ended up doing all the lyrics, and not just some of the words, as Dylan did. There are 66 cards done in one month during my spare time using only pencil, black tint pens and brushes. The challenge was not to use the computer, no retouching was allowed. Getting a letter wrong meant starting the page over. I had a lot of fun doing this project, researching, practicing and getting deeper on typography. There are some intentional misspellings and puns on the original song video, so I tried to keep that in a certain way. You can watch the original movie here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKfrjk6suAQ Get in touch with some of my work visiting www.leandrosenna.com

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            • SHAPES


              from Elliott Sellers / Added

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              Three, 1 minute pieces: Circle, Square and Triangle Created for Dublab's 12th Anniversary www.Dublab.com is a non-profit web radio collective devoted to the growth of positive music, arts and culture

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              • Looping Around The House


                from Simon Panrucker / Added

                146K Plays / / 161 Comments

                More long delaying than looping really. Loses its way a little at the toaster, but somehow claws it back. It was pretty hard looping like this because every timing error made was amplified each time round, so that in the end the loops were totally out of sync with the metronome in my ear! I broke a couple of things when I was making this. But mum shrank a good jumper of mine a few days before, so we decided to call it even. It was a GREAT jumper though... The good news is that mum and dad got a new toaster and it has a button on the side that, when pressed, makes the bread gently lower into the toaster and some shiny doors slide across to keep the heat in so it's more efficient. It makes toast more exciting, which, if you have it with something like blueberry jam, is almost TOO exciting. For more music check www.simonpanrucker.com

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                • Self Portrait


                  from Dana Yurcisin / Added

                  7,533 Plays / / 161 Comments

                  Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge Here's my best attempt at making myself seem interesting! Cameras: Panasonic GH3 & GoPro Hero Black Edition Lenses: SLR Magic 12mm 1.6, SLR Magic 25mm 0.95 Filters: Tiffen Black Pro-Mist 1/2, Hoya Variable ND Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC Colored w/ Magic Bullet Looks I also threw on an Rgrain 35mm film grain layer at 50% opacity (www.rgrain.com) Anyone interested in checking out my solo music can listen/download for free at www.staticsex.bandcamp.com

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                  • Diego Stocco - Bassoforte


                    from Diego Stocco / Added

                    220K Plays / / 160 Comments

                    Few days ago I started thinking about how I could re-purpose the keyboard of the dismantled piano I keep in the garden,  so I thought to build a new instrument by combining it with some other parts I had laying around. I ended up with this mechanical hybrid thing I thought to call "Bassoforte" (bass + pianoforte). The neck is from a broken electric bass, as a bridge I used a cabinet handle, the pickups are from a guitar, and the part at the top where the strings are attached is a chimney cap, which works as resonator as well as percussive sound. The track I created is a tribute to my Dad who is a big fan of Western comic books and "spaghetti western" films, and because of him I am too. I hope you'll like it! The track is available also at my Bandcamp page: http://diegostocco.bandcamp.com/track/bassoforte Here you can see a gallery with pictures and more detailed descriptions: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Bassoforte/535175 UPDATE 2/20/11 If you're curious to know more about the instrument in the background, you can watch this video I just made: http://vimeo.com/20157158

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                    • Gravity


                      from Possible Metrics / Added

                      1M Plays / / 160 Comments

                      Short film by Renaud Hallee. Falling objects synchronized to produce rhythm (2009). http://possiblemetrics.com Gravité Court métrage de Renaud Hallée. Musique générée par la chute d'objets au sol. 2009

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