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quinta-feira, 30 de junho de 2016
The Scream || Short Animation Movie
The classic painting 'The Scream' by Edvard Munch is brought to life in a
fantastic animation directed by Sebastian Cosor of Safe Frame,
perfectly set to the song 'The Great Gig In The Sky' by Pink Floyd.
If you admire style on a skateboard then look no further than Jesse Martinez.
The Venice Beach local made his name by being the raddest on a rig
ever. Enjoy this short web documentary by Mike Pagan on his life and his
overwhelming passion for skateboarding. It’s also a reminder that
growing up sucks.
Here are a bunch of Hyperlapse clips shot in the UK capital of London.
Some places you may recognise and others you may not but everything was
filmed, handheld and stabilised in post production for a smooth result!
Really dug this short and sweet video Persol
made of their eyewear design process. It's far from in-depth, but it's a
nice, jazz-backed look into how they craft and create the best
sunglasses on the planet.
In this video we sat down with legendary skateboarder and artist Natas Kaupas in his
Santa Monica studio and talked about his childhood, art, and the
potential of skateboarding. “It’s such a simple tool, right? It’s a
piece of wood with four wheels, and it’s wide open, it’s like a pencil
or pen—it’s really up to you what comes out of it”, he says.
The Scarecrow documents the complete step by step process of creating a
character starting from a simple sketch in 2014 to a fully developed
gallery show piece in 2016 debuting at Jim McKenzie's'Lost Magic' at
It took photographer and creative Keith Loutit over three years to
create this beautiful timelapse of Singapore, which combines flawless
editing, good music, and over a million photographs expertly stitched
together. Click play and get ready to be impressed.
"I am inspired by the ephemeral space of time; the moments that die and
are reborn through the way they make us feel." Take a look inside the
life and mind of French surfer and artist Margaux Arramon-Tucoo in this
installment of the Inspired By... series.
“Roll Weiter” is German and translated means basically “Keep on
skating”. Michael Gutscher is the mastermind behind this full length
video clip (42 minutes!) and with all the skaters involved being over 30
years old the idea was to show that even though we all get older, have a
lot more work and private topics which take our time up, you can still
find the time to go skate, hang out with friends, find new spots and
evolve your skateboarding.
The creation of this well filmed and produced video took three years
and travels all over Europe including Barcelona, Gran Canarys, Lissabon,
Innsbruck and many more cities. Stuttgart, Germany is Michael’s
hometown so several of his local spots are of course integrated into the
It’s refeshing to watch a video which isn’t just full of
skateboarding “superstars” and the real vibe of skating with friends and
having fun is felt throughout the film. Sit back and enjoy “Roll
Harvesting Liberty is a short film that documents visionaries Michael
Lewis (of Growing Warriors) and Rebecca Burgess (of Fibershed) as they
collaborate to reintroduce industrial hemp to the American landscape.