Published July 31, 2009
Inspiration , Video
Tags: animated, awesome, death cab for cutie, her morning elegance, human skateboard, human tetris, Inspiration, interesting, motion, moving graffiti, mykonos, post-it note, sia, stop, the pen story, videos, vimeo, wolf and pig, YouTube
Have you see these?
Her Morning Elegance / Oren Lavie – probably my favorite. very well done!
The Pen Story – his entire life through photos – cool
Stop motion for STM from Si j’aurais su – all made of paper! I can’t image how difficult that is
Fat City Reprise – Long Gone – cool – LOTS of photos. almost looks like a video
DEADLINE – Post-It Note animation, funny
Save the Date – cute animated wedding invitation
Wolf and Pig – this one gets really good around 1:00 – well done!
Human Skateboard By Sneaux Shoes – classic
Death Cab for Cutie – Little Bribes by Ross Ching – mix of stop-motion and time lapse
Human Tetris – funny
Sia- Breath Me – Music Video See a clearer version on her website. – love it
Moving Graffiti – absolutely amazing
We Have Band / You Came Out – music Video – very strange, but super interesting
Pelayo “CSI” From Motionographer. See how this was made. – cute – another hand-made one
Mykonos – music video – cool working with abstract shapes to create a story
Have you seen this?!
“As part of Liverpool’s Capital of Culture year, the French group La Machine were commissioned to create a large piece of street theatre, on the scale of their earlier work, the Sultan’s Elephant. Many were expecting to see something using the iconic Liverbirds, the symbol of the city but instead we got a spider. The total cost of the event was £1.8 million and caused some complaints about how the funds could better be used. It also attracted protests from arachnophobe groups about how it would terrify some people. Despite these complaints the event drew in over 200,000 people in the few days it was on and produced something wondrous that got everyone in the region talking.” – Peter Carr
Here are some of Peter’s amazing photos:
The 50-foot spider was names La Princesse and is carefully operated by 13 different people. “Its an incredibly complex operation, with 50 hydraulic axes of movement, but looks so natural and easy to the outside observer.” -Peter
See More: Peter Carr Photography | The Boston Article with more info | La Machine Website