Here is an awesome animated short by Japanese filmmakers Tange Films.
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South African indie and electro big guns Lark and Haezer have teamed up to create quite a genre-smashing original track under Onion Records. But to be honest, even better than the track, is the music video. Written, produced, directed (and pretty much everything else’d) by Tevan Baitz with help from Topher Henry; the video just shows the potential that South African creative media has.
Here is just the track:
We could not locate any links for Tevan Baitz, if you know any details, please let us know in a comment below.
Belgian-Australian musician who’s recently gained much popularity due to the widespread commercial success of his song “Somebody I Used to Know”, Gotye has just released the brand new music video to another of his songs, “Easy Way Out”. Directed by Darcy Prendergast of Oh Yeah Wow, the stop-motion video took over 9 months to film using a badass 360 rotating rig. Awesome.
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South Korean web design company, d’strict has created an exhibition park aimed at taking the visitors’ experiences to the next level. By incorporating technologies such as Xbox Kinect, RFID bracelets, data sensors, holograms, and high-tech lighting, Live Park immerses the visitor into a “4-Dimensional” multi-faceted experience. It features things which sound like they are out a Sci-Fi novels like hologram performances, 360-degree stereoscopic cinema, and a projection square game.
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Long time dubstep legends Doctor P and Flux Pavilion have teamed up yet again to bring something pretty sick to the table. With the power of their collaborative effort – Circus Records – behind them in this track, it was bound to get some attention, so the video itself is pretty fitting. “Superbad” brings its own sense of bad-assery, and the video just visualises it all without fault.
Enough talk, enjoy the vid:
For more from these cats, you know where to head on to:
Apologies for the lack of posts recently – stressful times and all… But to make up for it here are some fresh new rad posts, starting off with this awesome little stop-motion video to Hudson’s “Against The Grain”.
The video was made by filmaker-come-animator VJ Dropbear (Jonathan Chong)
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Directing duo Kijek / Adamski have produced an awesome marker-on-paper hand-drawn video to We Cut Corners’ track Pirate’s Life. Awesomeness.
Have a look at the Kijek / Adamski blog for behind-the-scenes and more of their stuff:
And checkout more of We Cut Corners on their Facebook page: