Awesome animated music video for Ramona Falls “I Say Fever”.
This is the first video from the Ramona Falls debut album Intuit. Directed by the ridiculously talented Stefan Nadelman, winner of a 2003 Sundance prize for his 22 minute film ‘Terminal Bar’, a prolific animator in the commericial field and the mastermind behind the Menomena Evil Bee video.
Directed and Animated by Stefan Nadelman
Produced by Tourist Pictures
Antti Pedrozo collaborated with Dutch artist Michel de Kok on this huge Transformers Optimus Prime Ice Sculpture for Seventh Annual Dutch Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival.
Nothing cute nor cuddly will be found in the art of illustrator Samuel Araya, aka Paintagram. His work leans toward the dark side, in the realm of the macabre and horror.
Here are some samples of his work…
What goes into making linen? The utmost care and thought, as seen in this short film ‘Be Linen’ by Benoit Millot.
Informative look at the process of making linen from “sowing” to “knitting” and beyond.
Director: Benoit Millot lepotagerdesign.com
Production: Goodideas goodideas.fr
Images: Benoit Millot and Sébastien Jousse
Writing: Sébastien Jousse et Benoit Millot
Montage_ Franck Littot
Sound Engineer: Arnaud Devillers, Jérôme Pierrot, Christophe Millet, Charles Ludig, Olivier Millo and Louis Boulloche
Interpreter: Simona Calza
Graphics: After Effect – Nicolas Lichtlé
Sound Design & Mix: Pocket Studio
Music: Cezame Music Agency cezame-fle.com
DAMIEN HIRST DIAMOND SKULL ON SHOW IN FLORENCE
Damien Hirst’s diamond-encrusted skull, For the Love of God, 2007, is to go on display in Italy for five months. The work is set to be unveiled at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence where it will remain on view until May 1, 2011.
For the Love of God, which is covered in 8,601 diamonds, was first shown at White Cube in June 2007 with a £50m price tag. Two months later, Hirst’s then business manager Frank Dunphy told us the skull would be sold to “a group composed of a number of interested individuals”, who turned out to be Hirst himself, Frank Dunphy, and Jay Jopling of White Cube. Read whole article: theartnewspaper
FOUND: 271 UN-DOCUMENTED WORKS BY PICASSO
A retired French electrician and his wife have come forward with 271 undocumented, never-before-seen works by Pablo Picasso estimated to be worth at least 60 million euo ($79.35 million), an administrator of the artist’s estate said Monday.
The couple for years squirreled away the staggering trove — which is believed to be authentic, but whose origin is unclear — in their garage on the French Riviera, said Picasso Administration lawyer Jean-Jacques Neuer. Read whole article: artdaily
Hypnotic animated video by Studio Film BILDER titled ‘Love & Theft‘.
Script, direction: Andreas Hykade
Design, animation: Andreas Hykade
Animation assistance: Angela Steffen
Art work: Natalia Eck
Compositing: Christof Hoffmann
Sound, Music: Heiko Maile
Funding: MFG and FFA
Production assistance: Simone Fischer
Production: Thomas Meyer-Hermann
Studio FILM BILDER 2010
This fluid dress designed by Charlie Bucket is 600 feet of knitted tubing and powered by a pump located in the backpack.
The colors you see are simply dyed water and air. The patterns are partially controlled by the onboard valves, and partially random. The dress weighs about 5 lbs dry and 8 lbs wet.
Couldn’t you see Lady Gaga wearing this?
Visit Charlie Bucket’s website Casual Profanity to see how the dress was made.