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“When I was done dying” – beautiful, swooping animation to sound

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Saw this on the amazing BOOOOOOM, where founder Jeff Hamada writes:

“Animators Jake Fried, Chad Vangaalen, Dimitri Stankowicz, Colin White, Taras Hrabowsky, Anthony Schepperd, Masanobu Hiraoka, KOKOFreakbean and Caleb Woodwere recently tapped to create a special episode of Adult Swim’s Off The Air. The piece seamlessly weaves its way through different interpretations of the afterlife, set to the tune of Dan Deacon’s “When I Was Done Dying”.

The still (above) comes from Masanobu Hiraoka’s section of the film because he’s my favourite and his work is next level (proof).”

From the Vimeo page:

“Tapping nine unique and talented animators (whose work had all appeared previously on the show) to create a beautiful and seamless journey through the afterlife to the great song “When I Was Done Dying” by Dan Deacon.

“Short interviews with Dan and the animators can be found here: offtheairas.tumblr.com/DDWIWDD

“And please check out other episodes of Off The Air here: adultswim.com/videos/off-the-air/
Or stream it here: adultswim.com/videos/astv/off-the-air/

“Animators in order of appearance:
Jake Fried, Chad Vangaalen, Dimitri Stankowicz, Colin White, Taras Hrabowsky, Anthony Schepperd, Masanobu Hiraoka, Caleb Wood, KOKOFreakbean”

Night sky time lapse corrected to show earth moving rather than stars. Gorgeous.

Full screen, HD, you can thank me later.

“From the frame of reference of a human on earth, it can seem that the stars move across the night sky. In fact, it is just the rotation of the earth that constantly reveals new parts of the night sky.
By using software to track the stars and keep them still, the rotation of the earth is revealed.” More vids on Alex Rivest’s channel here.

(Via B3TA)

How to make a sick edit (mountain bike edition)

In the murky world of inspirational content creation, The Formula is all. These guys have clearly done it once or twice before.

Contains excellent tips for the aspiring videographer, such as this, on music: “If you can’t think of anything else, use Sail.”

Richard Feynmann – the pleasure of finding things out

Hasselhoff Supercut: David sings the theme to ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’

Charlie Bayliss, ol’ eagle eyes himself, spotted this on Sploid:

It’s ACE!

Lewandowskis of note: Naked, late and pointless

I wonder if you remember David Lewandowski’s bizarre naked rubber man animation? Fabulously weird and a must-see for anyone with an ounce of internetishness. Well he’s done a sequel.

Late for meeting” tells the story of… is about a… well… maybe just watch it and make your own mind up:

 

Ah! But I promised Lewandowskis plural. Well then you need to visit Josh Lewandowski, who is drawing a pointless diagram for every day of the year. Of his project, he says: “The drawings appear meaningful without actually being helpful. Some might seem to reference real things or show some sort of relationship between things, but this is merely accidental. Enjoy.”

Here’s today’s:

Pointless

 

History doesn’t yet relate whether these Lewandowkis are related, nor indeed if they are related to The Brothers Lewandowski (Bruno, Max and David), who used to sell lingerie to aristocrats, notably Her Majesty Queen Maria Therese of Bavaria, Princess Adalbert of Bavaria, Princess Ludwig Ferdinand and Infanta Eulalia of Spain, but it’s nice to think so.

 

Best reaction ever

Wait a minute… was that a balloon?

Perfection.

We Close Our Eyes – a lesson in rhythm

London to Brighton Train Journey: 1953 – 2013

Sixty years ago, the BBC filmed a train journey from London to Brighton, squeezed into just four minutes. Thirty years ago, we did it again. Now we are bringing it up to date, to see how much has changed – and how much is still the same. Here’s all three journeys side by side.

The soundtrack is Star Guitar, by The Chemical Brothers.

Via Kottke.

If you’ve ever wondered how the gears on a car work, this 1936 film is ACE

(saw it on Reddit whilst procrastinating)

The Piss Artist

Dangerous. Extreme. Call it what you will. Just watch out.

 

 

Two months of breaking ice…in four minutes

The Nathaniel B. Palmer in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.

Pretty sure that this is why the internet was invented

Cat, dressed as a shark, chases a duckling while riding a Roomba vacuum cleaner.

Fashion Film (Huh. Turns out, pop already is eating itself)

To Catch a Sound – the skate park’s scraping and grinding

MAN

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/56093731 w=700&h=390]

 

The boots.

Sam the Eagle speaks the truth (Muppets)

Nice old school bike film

[vimeo https://vimeo.com/49445992 w=700&h=390]

 

Supported by Edwin, but not overly obviously so…nice job. I like the way they all have really hilariously blokey Bowie knives and stuff, and use them to eat tinned sardines.

Very Little Stars – super-lovely timelapse

Best viewed quite big (nice spot, thank you Adam).

Music “The Alley” by DeVotchKa.
Photographed and edited by Ben Wiggins.
Contact: info@timelapseinc.com

Hitler sketch. Armstrong & Miller.