This brilliantly compiled timelapse titled, Project Yosemite, is the work of talented photographers, Sheldon Neil and Colin Delehanty (stop now and check out their stunning portfolios).
The timelapses were shot with a Canon 5D Mark II with Canon L and Zeiss CP.2 Lenses.
Best viewed in full-screen. If this doesn’t inspire you, check your pulse!
(Thx Gerry)… Read more
Absolutely stunning work by Miguel Endara. A portrait of his father composed with 3.2 million ink dots.
The depth of talent and sheer patience required to compose this piece is awe-inspiring.
(via Mat Dolphin / Roger Byrne)… Read more
Having spent nearly half of my 20s in Tokyo, it strangely feels like my home away from home. This near-magical time lapse video by Samuel Cockedey captures the vibe of the city perfectly.
Extra points for the Blade Runner soundtrack.
For maximum effect, I recommend watching the video in full-screen with headphones on, and scaling set to off.
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The Alpahbet 2 is a clever stop motion animation video where each character represents the meaning of the word itself.
If that made no sense at all, just watch the video.
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A lovely documentary profiling the dying art form of billboard painting.
via Nine Lives.… Read more
The Science Channel has been rebranded by creative studio and production company, Imaginary Forces.
The rebrand is centred around a fictional character, Morph – whom you will meet in the slick introductory video below.
In an interview with Fast Co. Design, Art Director Ronnie Koff boldly states:
Now that technology has reached the point where everything is some moving form of media, logos are going to be designed for that kind of media first. There’s no reason to make a… Read more
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