The Waterclock

Posted February 28, 2015

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Fascinating video produced using algorithmic techniques.

CRi – Pearl

Posted February 13, 2015

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Montreal’s Cri team up with directors Justin Owensby and Kristof Brandl. Really unique and bizarre use of dance and tons of amazing visuals.

SAGE – In Between

Posted January 28, 2015

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Simple and beautiful work from director Ismael Moumin. Aside from a handful of very subtle VFX shots, the vast majority of the video is just two dancers on a plain background. Using clever framing and great editing Moumin creates something really sensual and memorable.

Majid Jordan – Forever

Posted January 26, 2015

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Toronto directing collective Common Good have taken a really interesting approach to the “dancing in public” music video concept. They’ve gone with a stripped down almost run and gun style of shooting. You really feel like you’re following the dancer around the city instead of it feeling like a video shoot. Lots of great locations as well.

The Man in the High Castle

Posted January 18, 2015

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Gorgeous title sequence from Patrick Clair who was also responsible for the amazing opening of True Detective. We can only hope the show lives up to these titles.

Holographic glitch

Posted January 10, 2015

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Hamburg-based Noble Norse Studio has produced some really cool art using the Glitché app.

Karel Martens: Selected Letterpress Works

Posted January 3, 2015

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New York designer Jiyun Lou with some daring and eye-catching layouts and typesetting. You can see the full project here.

Troubled Moments

Posted December 25, 2014

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Alexeï Vassiliev proves that “tack sharp” lenses and flawless execution are but one small facet of photography with this expressive, at times even haunting, collection of images.

You can view the full set on his site.

Boston Bun – Time Bomb

Posted December 22, 2014

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Paris-based director Lisa Paclet uses old tech (distorting CRT televisions with magnets) to create some really unique visuals. Great colours and great editing.