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Video: COMBO; directed by David Ellis and Blu
I’ve been meaning to share these videos for quite some time now, especially the “Devoid of Yesterday” video, which is one of the sickest videos I’ve seen next to the Phillips Carousel video this year. Though it is an old video, apparently it is the first of it’s kind where it is a still photograph and motionography got done ONTO it. My friend who is a motion graphics designer said that this video changed a lot in the industry. I can definitely see why. This and few more stop motion videos below! Enjoy!
Video #1: Devoid of Yesterday; Directors: Rob Chui, Chris James Hewitt, Ben Lukas Boysen
To see a better version go to the original website here.
Video #2: DEADLINE; Director Bang Yao Liu
Video #3: TXT Island; Director: Chris Gavin
I’ve been meaning to post these for a while and remembered to take them out of draft status. I love videos. Tiny snippets of art, easy to fit into your busy lifestyle. Or if you’re like me and procrastinate all the time, “busy” actually means spending hours youtubing, vimeoing, and daily motioning. It is always a good time.
The two videos I wanna share use a really cool stop motion technique, and live projection mapping. I’m no expert in this area but what I do know is that these techniques create wonderfully eye catching visually inviting pieces of art.
Video 1: SCINTILLATION
This is an experimental film made up of over 35,000 photographs. It combines an innovative mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques.