The dudes from Put This On are back with a new episode, this time centered around what to wear to work. Dressing up at work can be hard, especially when none of your coworkers think twice about wearing the saem t-shirts twice in one week. That’s where these guys step in to give some tips and advice on dressing up and maybe even instill a bit of confidence to get you dressing up more often.
Yes, Yes, Yes. According to Calango’s website site, Jeroen Krielaars “does not have body enhancements.” But he doesn’t need them, because the man’s a genius! His animated alphabet is called Moshun and you can watch it build itself over and over here. Elsewhere on his website, you’ll also find these fantastic posters that demonstrate his interest in geometry. Just go look at his work, it’s great.
But if you’re being sneaky at work just watch this video for now.
The folks over at MK12 have done it again, creating yet another visual masterpiece in the form of TELEPHONEME. You might remember their previous endeavor The History of America which was essentially an epic battle between cowboys and astronauts. this time around they’re tackling the idea of sound recordings and the effects it has on us… er, something. It’s pretty weird but that’s the fun of it. It’s also in 3D, so if you have a spare pair of glasses laying about then you should definitely check this out.
Directors Sebastian Baptista & Nico Casavecchia have taken the short story that Max tells his mother in the film version of Where The Wild Things Are and turned it into their own, short, tribute piece. It’s only a little over a minute but it’s certainly well done and impossible not to enjoy. I love the way the faces and arms and legs are animated onto the buildings, they give them such a great amount of character. It’s also cute that the buildings are being moved around by sticks by people off camera. Lovely idea very well executed.
As part of a collaboration for TreatStudios, Robin Bushell and Julia Pott directed a 20 minute visual projection set to accompany a live performance by Bat for Lashes earlier this year. In this short clip, the mystical and eerie animations, which unfold in a moody forest, visually harmonise with Natasha Khan’s ethereal and haunting voice. I can only imagine how amazing this would have been to see in the flesh. Khan’s voice is amazing in and of itself, but seeing the accompanying projection would be the cherry on top. Musicians please take note: this is a stunning way to enhance your live performances.