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Cinematics from Pier Paolo on Vimeo.
Cinematics is a timeline of classic films and characters. It’s a experimental project that I did in my spare time. Check the complete project: behance.net/gallery/Cinematics/14304321
My website: pierpaolo.tv
All the sound was made by Marcelo Baldin (combustion.ws). He did a fantastic job remixing famous movie themes and blended altogether with a pinch of Aphex Twin’s Donkey Rhubarb.
The Cinematics lettering was also made by me, and right now I’m working on a complete family for this font and I hope to launch it soon!
If you liked this piece, you should definitely check this guys out: Ariel Costa and His Alphabetic animation (vimeo.com/40110798), and Antonio Vicentini’s Camera Collection (vimeo.com/41336551).
Special thanks for my big friend Ricardo Bess (ricardobess.com/) and all the guys from Cafundo Studio.
Vermibus - “Dissolving Europe” from Vermibus on Vimeo.
Dissolving Europe is the new public art work that stormed Europe this year from Vermibus. Using a dubious inter-rail ticket, Vermibus set out with a set of 90 keys and his pallet of solvents to physically and temporally highjack the western world of advertisements in the name of fine art.
Each site is carefully deliberated with its environment, from Rolex boutiques, to archaic museums. The system looks simple in movement: unlock and roll the advertising poster to create a huge blank gleaming white breath of fresh air in the urban environment. The advert then undertakes the process of counter action painting using a series of solvents and brushes, it is then replaced in another site, another city, another country.
Xar Lee, cargocollective.com/xar_lee
“A Painter’s Journey”
Music Composer by Marcello De Francisci.
Peter Grünheim - vimeo.com/33funk
Video Produced by: Vermibus, 2013 - vermibus.com
Score Recorded & produced at Blue Labyrinth Studios.
Pasadena California 2013 (c)
All Rights reserved
Academy Awards: Best Visual Effects Oscar Winners from Nelson Carvajal on Vimeo.
Conceived and Edited by Nelson Carvajal
Music: “Time” by Hans Zimmer
VFX retrospective in anticipation of the 86th Academy Awards
"In 1977, a specific award category for visual effects was reintroduced with the current name, "Best Visual Effects"…" (Source: Wikipedia)
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"Guilty" - Presented by Dazed and Confused from NOT SO STRONG Films(John Strong) on Vimeo.
Dazed presents a film by John Strong
See dazeddigital.com/video for all this week’s new films.
"Bad deeds, dark secrets and bedwetting combine with disastrous consequences in this morning-after tale."
Commissioned by Dazed & Confused Magazine
Director/ Writer: John Strong
Starring: Josh Caras, Grace Rex
Exec Producers: Sasha Nixon, Oliver Fuselier, Amy DeLossa, Johnathan Wright
Producers: Luke McCullough, Gregory Finch
Production Company: Forever Pictures (forever-pictures.com) in association with Tool of North America (toolofna.com)
DP: John Strong
Assistant Camera: Brian Gonzalez
Editor: John Strong
Sound Design/ Mix: Daniel Sheppard
Special Thanks: Handheld Films
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Declare Independence - #dazedvisionaries
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Green Pigs demonstrate success of UH reproductive science technique from UHMed on Vimeo.
Produced in China using technique developed at the University of Hawai`i Insitute for Biogenesis Research at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. The IBR technique involves proprietary pmgenie-3 plasmids conferring active integration during cytoplasmic injection. A fluorescent green protein from jellyfish DNA is introduced into the pig embryo as a marker to show the method is sucessful. The glowing green effect is visible under black light.To learn more, visit jabsom.hawaii.edu