Spike Jonze’s latest short for Apple HomePods: Welcome Home features English musician and dancer FKA twigs rocking out in her apartment to a new Anderson .Paak track called ‘Til It’s Over.
Hungarian designer Levente Szabó has created some beautiful silhouette illustrations for this years BAFTA Film Awards. You can watch videos below showing his work process. The posters follow …
Midnight Marauder is a Los Angeles based designer who is producing a series of great ‘fake’ Criterion film posters and DVD jackets. Apparently there are going …
Our local expert in architectural photography Paul Raftery has collaborated with director Dan Lowe to create a timelapse film showing the final weeks of construction of The Shard tower in London. It was shot over many long days during the early months of 2012, from locations spanning from Greenwich Park to Hampstead Heath.
We just got the chance to watch Closer to the Edge. The cinematography is breathtaking, with the sheer speed portrayed around the course. The documentary itself does hold your attention for the length of the film. The slow motion and panning shots must look amazing in 3D (we still need to buy a 3D projector). It makes you want to go and see the TT for real. But definitely not ride in it, Guy Martin’s fiery crash at 170mph underlines how dangerous it is. Not to mention the fatalities.
The viral advertising campaign for Promethius has started to bring out some really interesting material. The 2023 TED Talk (backed by TED itself) by Peter Weyland is really quite impressive in the way it plays on the TED setup for Talks. It’s quite amazing TED would allow it’s brand to be used in this type of advertising. This also links up with the viral corporate site for Weyland Industries.
Anticipation of the new Tron film is growing. The viral marketing for Legacy has been building over the past few months in a big way: http://www.flynnlives.com/ is one of the main viral sites. You can signup to help ‘track down all leads related to the mysterious disappearance of Kevin Flynn, digital pioneer and former CEO of ENCOM’. There’s some really retro files to discover including lots of ASCII art animations and other weird crypitc messages.