A fun little video from Ari Fararooy
Tim and Sarah McEown never saw their 22-year age difference as an obstacle in their relationship, until Tim had a heart attack. Animation by Freddy Arenas. From The New York Times – Video
A motion graphic project fusing 2D cel-animation and 3D techniques together. Created by Panop Koonwat
Sometimes life is like packed sardines – it is so narrow to be that you just can’t exist. You can try to escape from that situation or try to hide yourself. There is more air to breathe in your own mind world than in real world. This is how thinks the protagonist of this film, who hides himself into the mass of the other people, where no-one can see him and where it is possible for him to be in peace. Created by Stella Salumaa
Press the full screen button and enjoy! The stop-frame film, which plays on a seamless loop, was specially created for projection onto a 20-metre-wide space and features two characters playing tennis, with the ball’s ‘trace’ through the air made tangible with colourful shapes. The film comprises almost 17000 still images. Created by Kijek & Adamski,
CineFix presents Donnie Darko retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit game tech.
“Living Moments” examines everyday life in NYC, frozen in revolving time. Created by Paul Trillo
by James Bort. The FLEXIBLE ARCHITECTURE by S+ARCK ADV campaign is designed by its creator Philippe Starck