Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Peter, Bjorn & John - 'Young Folks' Music Video



I'm not sure if I like this video. Yes, it is such a simple animation and I usually love simplicity. It's an interesting idea for a video and fun to watch. I do love the tune.

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Trapcode samples

trapcode sample by ShiloPeder Norrby at Trapcode emailed me with info about some new clips at the Trapcode site by Shilo, HYPA.tv, Pierre Michel and Henrique Zarate. Quality stuff. Really good work.

Try the Trapcode Suite of plug-ins for yourself... for free! They are stellar.

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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Onesize Demo Reel

Onesize is a production studio in Delft, The Netherlands and I gotta say, this one blew me away. It's the Onesize 2006 Demo Reel. They're taking styles and techniques that have been done before and put a new interesting twist on them. The result is mindblowing! Seriously cool stuff.

They've done work for MTV, KFC, Nike, Vans, Mitsubishi and others.

(Note: This file link says temp, so please tell me if it gets moved and you get a broken link. That happens sometimes, to my dismay.)

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Sunday, August 06, 2006

Nicholas C. Raftis III Demo Reel

Nicholas Raftis IIII like to get some variety up here by featuring projects from big post houses, cool student work and some interesting techniques and styles that I've never seen before. This one came via Charlie Forbes, one of our Toolfarm Forum Experts.

Nicholas C. Raftis III, a fellow Michigan artist, is a video/audio artists create inherently fused synaesthetic animations and music, via programming generative systems in Max/Msp/Jitter by Cycling 74. I have no idea what that means, but the result is really interesting and fun. His work deals with abstractions of space and reality.

He has performed live music and video under the pseudonym "OOO" at numerous large scale electronic music shows, alongside notable artists such as Juan Atkins, Wu-Tang Clan, Jimmy Edgar, Richard Devine and more. He has done interactive audio/visual installations, published albums of music on many record labels, and screened films in festivals worldwide.

This is Nicholas' Demo Reel. I would like to point out the twisting effect on the city scape and the cool graffiti effects. Very cool, indeed.

Note: Link to video fixed. Sorry.

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