I just stumbled across Matthew Cusick. He creates stunning visuals from re-appropriated sources. For instance, here are some collages he’s made from maps:
And here are some beautiful flowering car crashes from magazine clippings:
You can see more of his work at his website: www.mattcusick.com
Been thinking about flying a lot. And this made my day:
Which comes from this video, opening the Pictoplasma Festival 2011 in Berlin:
Which reminded me of this video that I did a few years ago:
Paper Rival - “Bluebird”; dir: Isaac Ravishankara
ONE SHOT MUSIC VIDEOS -
I feel like the “one shot video” is something most people should only really do once. Unless you’re Gondry of course. Me, I’m saving mine - one shot, one light, camera doesn’t move, and the whole thing is edited. Stay tuned…
The work that Kagen Schaefer is creating in Denver is some of the most beautiful ever. An amazing combination of art and craft. Look at this desk! Unbelievable.
Each pipe on the back is “played” by opening and closing one of these drawers on the front:
When a specific sequence is played, a secret compartment unlocks. And that sequence is programmable. And the kicker: every single element of desk - from the logic board to each screw - is made entirely of wood. I’m floored.
Read more about the project here.