A timelapse short film study on disintegration with every day objects by Wield™.
Don’t let the title scare you — stress is certainly not the most popular of human emotions, but Babusjka’s clock-smashing mo-graph is a cathartic take on the subject.
Bat For Lashes - Laura
An experimental short film by visual artist Susi Sie. Every single scene in the video was filmed with a Canon 5D Mark II and it’s done without any additional computer animations or effects.
A feelgood animation about a bookmark stuck in a forgotten book that is one day knocked over by wind by Philipp Comarella and Simon Griesser.
Off Book: Seeing Beyond the Human Eye
Technology defies the boundaries of human perception. From photomicrography to astrophotography, size and distance are no longer barriers, and through slow-mo and timelapse, we are allowed to see time and humanity in a new light. Through our curiosity and thirst for the unknown, the beauty of the universe can now be explored beyond the limits of the naked eye.
“A History of the Title Sequence” by Jurjen Versteeg: Winner of the Motion Graphics category at the 2012 Vimeo Awards!
It’s a title sequence about title sequences — a meta homage to the designers who made an impact on this underappreciated art form.
Outer Space by Sander van den Berg
Using only original footage from NASA, Sander van den Berg put together sequences of images from the Cassini and Voyager missions to make a true galactic wonder. It may just take your breath away.
The view into the creation of a surfboard. Amazing motion graphics for FUEL TV by Brand New School NY. Creative direction by Todd Dever.
Allow Masanobu Hiraoka to draw you into his delicate animated dream world. In “Uneasiness and Triangle,” a human form wields a paintbrush that becomes a puff of smoke that transforms into a gaping mouth that devors its creator. And somehow this metamorphisis just feels right. Seeing is believing!
No psychedelics are necessary to embark on the excursion that is “ORGANIC TRIP.” We recommend packing light — a pair of headphones and an open mind should get you there.
across the ocean. by sundry productions
Shot during a goodwill mission in February, “across the ocean” is a staggering look at the Tohoku region of Japan nearly a year after it was devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Resonance is a collaborative project with over 30 independent visual and audio designers/studios. The aim was to explore the relationship between geometry and audio in unique ways.