Watch artist Miguel Endara create an illustration of his dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots. Simply stunning.
Another incredible video by SupaKitch & Koralie
DreamWorks first personal art publication, Moonshine, was conceived as an opportunity to highlight the breath of artistic development talent at Dreamworks. This short documentary gives you a sneak peek into the personal works from the artists.
Directed by Alexis Wanneroy & Christophe Lautrette
Artists : Sam Michalp, Nicolas Weis, Christian Schellewald, Paul Duncan, Marcos Mateu, Nathan Fowkes
Special appearance from Jeffrey Katzenberg
Moonshine book :
Produced by Angela Lepito
Published by Design Studio Press
Edited by Christophe Lautrette & Pierre-Olivier Vincent
Music by Drew Barefoot - The forest in bloom
Courtesy of Dreamworks Animation
↳ via Anton Jankovoy
Yes, this is a photograph.
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The Art of Flight has truly set the bar for action sports cinematography. The film is packed with stunning HD aerial shots that are captured with ultra high speed gyro-stabilized Cineflex and Phantom Flex camera systems. Taking place in some of the most remote locations of the world and featuring some of the greatest snowboard talent alive, the film is the most visually surreal "documentary" I've ever seen. The high-quality production of the film is supported by an engaging soundtrack and some stylish motion graphics.
Thank you Explosions in the Sky and the team behind this incredible music video.
"Last Known Surroundings"
Written & Performed by Explosions in the Sky
Directed by Ptarmak
Illustration: Sissy Emmons
Animation: David Hobizal
Addt'l Artistry: JR Crosby, Luke Miller, Zach Ferguson
Ben Hansen, Christy Carroll, Annie Mayfield
Addt'l 3D: Josh Johnson
This music video is weird... in a good way.
An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code. This was produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast on Australia's ABC1
Direction and Motion Graphics: Patrick Clair patrickclair.com
Written by: Scott Mitchell
Production Company: Zapruder's Other Films.