New Daft Punk Tron video for « Derezzed »
What a great thing to come home to, some new legitimate Daft Punk music. “Derezzed” is no instant classic, but really as a score it’s supposed to be more subtle than any of their wordier tracks. And, of course, Tron is out soon.
A direction of Sam Peacocke, on a production of Robber’ S Dog Films and Rokkit. The band its is signed Dry – Acetate Zero.
A new realization of French Edouard Salier for the group Massive Attack with the clip Atlas Air, which is the direct continuation of the title Splitting The Atom.
Directed by Edouard Salier
Produced by: Edouard Salier, Svana Gisla and David Danesi
Art & Compositing: Julien Michel, Xavier Reye and Damien Martin.
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INSIDE ‘MAD MEN’: ON SET AND BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE EMMY- WINNING SHOW BY
« Reflection » is a movie from » Mood Collection » , a photographic research. Born with the wish to film New York differently. It’s a quest of pictures and portraits, the night desapearing for a new day… a new begining…
Directed by Paul Mignot / Photography: Mike Simpson/Paul Mignot / Music Ludovico Einaudi
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Jean-Baptiste Mondino (born Aubervilliers, France in 1949) is a French fashion photographer and music video director. He has directed music videos for Madonna, David Bowie, Sting, Björk, China Moses (Dee Dee Bridgewater’s daughter) and Les Rita Mitsouko.
Mondino has also photographed the covers and album packaging for the Marianne Faithfull albums Before The Poison (2005) and Easy Come, Easy Go (2008), Shakespear’s Sister’s Hormonally Yours (1992), and is Artistic Director for a DVD documentary included with a special edition of the latter album, directed by Ann Rohart.
Very interesting vidéo…
You may remember Aero director, Sam O’Hare’s name from the short film, The Sandpit.
Well, he has a new film out using the tilt-shift style once again! The short film Coachelletta has just been released. It was commissioned by the Coachella Music Festival and is live on their site now www.coachella.com or see the director cut with vocals in full HD HERE.
This spectacular landscape photography by John Parminter offers ever-changing views of mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes of Scottish Highlands and English Lake District. The breathtaking beauty and harsh ruggedness of Scotland and Wales, home to some of the UK’s most amazing sceneries, is a constant source of inspiration both to explore and photograph.
« I was born and brought up in a rural community in the English county of Cumbria, home to the Lake District or Lakeland as it’s sometimes known. The fells and mountains of Cumbria have always been a big influence on me and I’m regularly walking and running over them either for pleasure or in competition. After spending many years enjoying the scenery that’s on offer, I decided to try and capture, in images, the natural beauty that I’m fortunate to live and spend my recreational time in. I’ve had tremendous enjoyment capturing these images and hope to pass on some of their pleasure to you, they are for your enjoyment to view as much as mine. »
Sculpting Paint With Sound, in Sculptures for Canon by Dentsu London. Canon tries to reinvigorate its Pixma brand by celebrating the beauty of ink. From Dentsu, the creative agency behind the incredible holographic typography we reported on a couple weeks ago, comes another 3-D stunner: Sculptures of paint reacting to sound.
Done in collaboration with the biochemist and photog Linden Gledhill, the sculptures — which are really more like time-lapse paintings — are part of an ad campaign for Canon’s Pixma brand meant to celebrate the beauty of ink at a time when image-capture has gone almost entirely online. They’re made by stretching a balloon over a speaker, then dropping paint in the center, before blasting it with a single sharp note. The paint splashes, and a camera set on what looks like a gravity ride spins around the speaker, snapping away at 5,400 frames a second.
The designers experimented with several combinations of color, sound frequency, and volume.
Photographer Iain Crawford has quite a unique focus when it comes to fashion photography. While the resulting images are brilliant, beautiful and bold, its likely the models may not enjoy these shoots. Crawford paints and peppers the models during the shoot, capturing perfect moments of chaotic color. His work has to be seen to be believed– and you can start in the gallery below.
The first Short Stories film, by renowned photographer and bodyboarder Mickey Smith, explores his world as a true waterman – both as an athlete and artist, and is called The Dark Side of The Lens.
As well as documenting various voices and experiences across surf photography, Smith worked with Allan Wilson from the Astray Collective, who acted as Director of Photography on the project. Together they logged hours of footage across the Atlantic coastline, traveling around Ireland, Cornwall and Manchester. Shot in Super 16mm film, as well as groundbreaking work with Canon 5D mk11 Digital SLR, Smith also projected images of the huge walls of water within which he works, on to monster urban landscapes such as sky rises and castles in Manchester, as well as the cliff lines at his home of Ireland
Discovered of the German fashion photographer Olaf Wipperfurth. Many publications in magazines like Vogue, MUSE, GQ as well as series commissioned by the agencies. A broad selection of its photo work in the continuation of the article.
Created by AnOther Magazine with artist and filmmaker Baillie Walsh, KM3D-1 Kate Moss stars. The work continuous Moss and Walsh’ S journey into experimental, multi-dimensional image-making, first seen in their legendary holographic film for Alexander McQueen’ S autumn/winter 2006 show. With has off performance that recalls the fantastical cinema Ray Harryhausen, James Bidgood and Kenneth Anger, KM3D-1 places At its old center one off the most iconic female figures off the modern. Suspended in time and space, Kate is caught inexorably in the parallax gap; has butterfly in has spider’ S Web.