MUSIC: Francisco Montoro y Jose Iglesias
This is a time-lapse video resulting from a 15,000 km (almost 10,000 miles) long road trip and tens of thousands of images taken along the way over the last 5 months. The journey has covered all of Norway’s 19 counties, from the far south to the Russian border in the Northeast.
The aim of this 5 minute short film is to show the variety of Norway, everything from the deep fjords in the Southwest, to the moon landscape in the North, the Aurora Borealis (Nothern Lights) and the settlements and cities around the country, both in summer and wintertime. The video shows some of the most scenic places in Norway, such as Lofoten, Senja, Helgelandskysten, Geirangerfjorden, Nærøyfjorden and Preikestolen.
If you are interested in reading the tales, seeing behind-the-scenes photos from the journey and a map of the route driven, head over to rustadmedia.com
The soundtrack is custom-made for this film by the very talented fellow Norwegian Jogeir Daae Mæland.
You can buy the song on iTunes: bit.ly/1pCQSLd
Listen to more of his music here: soundcloud.com/j-daae-maeland
The project is supported with gear from Syrp syrp.co.nz
Special thanks to:
Ole Rustad - for great DIY gear
Jogeir Daae Mæland - for the soundtrack and critics along the way
Sunniva Husby Høyning - for, as always, being my most honest and best critic.
POLYPTYCH dives in a constant zoom-in in the modern status of fashion models as icons in a society of image where symbols and references are demultiplicated until they loose their meaning.
The dynamic collage-artworks mix codes and compositions from religious imagery, classical and neo-classical architecture, with strong natural apocalyptic background textures and paint strokes.
The compositions also include deconstructed alphabets sampling from the model’s names, depicting the loss of identity that occurs when the girl becomes a cherished image, an icon, rather than a singular person.
We abstract ourselves in worshipping images of beauty.
Written & directed by damien vignaux
dop : philip reinhold
original music : tepr
styling : sophia schwan
make-up : anna czylinsky & natalia soboleva
models : alexandra, alicia, inna, julia,
katerina, lena, leyla, luja, pepa,
sarah & sophie @ m4 models
produced with the help of doity & m4
production assistant : jaq szymczak
Styling includes pieces by :
Helmut Lang via theOutnet
Hervé Léger via theOutnet
Isabell de Hillerin
Martin Niklas Wieser
Oscar de la Renta via theOutnet
"Lucid Dreaming" is an act of rebellion. The dreamer gains control over his actions and thoughts. The subconscious becomes conscious, dreams become a memory.
The Lucid Dreamer is like a magician, imposing willpower and constantly struggling with himself, to master his skills and gain full control of the dream, thus becoming the ruler of the maze instead of a single puppet in the paradox black hole of perception.
In life, in creation, there are times that everything seems pointless and dark. Shadows of doubt are casted upon each and every soul, trying to bring them down and enslave them.
But Simon knows and likes to remind us, that gaining control of your actions, gaining control of your life, these are the first steps of making your dreams come true.
Be a lucid dreamer. Take control. Be a rebel.
Simon Silaidis is a designer, a thinker, a vision-er, a pioneer… He applied his life’s love of calligraphy in the rural, urban and suburban surroundings of Asia and Europe. You will spot his work in abandoned places that never you expect to find something there.His unique style of calligraphy is a mix of Western, Asian and Arabian and his vision of a new world of calligraphy based in tranquility and symmetry dominating our surrounding is in fact the inner change he proposes to world.
DESIGNWARS presents “Urban Calligraphy Lucid Dream”
Urban Calligraphy / Simon Silaidis
SHOT & DIRECTED / Alex Ioannou from Alexisdead (alexisdead.com)
EDITING & GRADING / SECTIONGRAPHIX (facebook.com/sectiongraphix)
A Designwars production (designwars.com)
DEDICATED TO ALL DREAMERS WORLDWIDE
RAMSESB - Sanctified
A brand new video essay from delve.tv
It was the change that no-one saw coming: the idea that we could take a book, a painting or a song and send it through cables and wires and even thin air to the other end of the world - and it would be identical on the other side. But this idea underpins everything about the Information Age we live in.
How did we make such a mind bending transition into the digital world? And how does it work? It turns out it’s all based on a concept that is surprisingly beautiful in its simplicity. This short video essay explores what that idea is and tells you about the man who figured it all out.
Computers are everywhere and control almost every aspect of our lives. In the next 6 minutes you’ll find out how they really work.
// DELVE DEEPER:
Curious? Read Andrew Lih’s quick explanation of Information Theory
Even more interested? Spend an hour learning Information Theory with this Cambridge Professor videolectures.net/mackay_course_01/
Super interested? Read “Information: a history, a theory, a flood” by James Glieck
A maths person? Read Shannon’s original 1948 paper which changed the world: magmamater.cl/MatheComm.pdf
// PREVIOUS VIDEO ESSAYS
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STOCK VIDEO: Beachfront B-roll / Dissolve.com / Mitch Martinez
ARCHIVE: Prelinger Archives, San Francisco / Charles and Ray Eames
IMAGES OF CLAUDE SHANNON: MIT Museum Boston / Nixdorf MuseumsForums, Paderborn
CROUPIER: John Ngo
PIANIST: Steph O’Dea
ANIMATION: Adam Westbrook
MUSIC: James Brett, Min-Y-LLan, Hugo ‘Droopy’ Contini
STORY DESIGN + DIRECTION: Adam Westbrook
PUBLISHED BY: delve.tv
This video essay is released under a Creative Commons Licence for Non-commercial Attribution: share, remix, remake - but please give credit!
The First Timelapse of China Mainland,Hong Kong,Macao,Taiwan. Photographers from cities made this film together without meeting each other.
58 Cities of China,75 Photographers,200 Days,200 thousand Photographs,Condensed into 9 Minutes. Show you the beauty of China.
For authorization CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org
Planners: Vincent May, Zhang Heng, Denis Magic
Post Production: Blooming Time Project(shizhihuayy.com)
Photography: UTCN members
JIN - Yu Takami
Archangel - Two Steps From Hell
Future - S.E.N.S.
Happy Birth Tiv - ESTi
【CHINA IN MOTION 1 - 韵动中国1 】vimeo.com/77773755
Copyright. All Rights Reserved. No Commercial Use.
Union of Timelapse China
QQ Group: 109252341
Homepage: utcnonline.com cntimelapse.com
Weibo: weibo.com/UTCN @中国延时摄影联盟,
The 2014 Red Bull Rising High event was a weekend to remember. Sesitec, Unit and Red Bull all came together to produce one of the standout events of the last 5 years. It gets said a lot, but this time we mean it - Riders literally going bigger than ever before. Athletes from around the world showed up to hit one of the greatest big air setups in wake history. When it was all said and done Dominik Gührs of Germany took the top spot in front of Nico von Lerchenfeld (2nd) and Daniel Grant (3rd) to round out the podium. Chris O’Shea and Steffen Vollert worked through the night to bring you this mind blowing edit.
Edit by Steffen Vollert. Footage by Chris O’Shea