It is the dream of every creative film maker, that millions of people worldwide watch your movie. Quite recently a short film appeared online and has received over 2 million views in a couple of days. Continue reading … Hello. Lionel Richie’s Song Remake
A new exceptionally original commercial from Old Spice came out recently taking none less than 3.3 millions views in a week. This is the first time Old Spice has worked with Vimeo on a marketing campaign. Continue reading … Old Spice Muscle Music
A bright and original New Year’s creativity brought to you by VVL BBDO. Millions of Tweets are sent around the holidays, especially on New Year’s Eve. Bearing this in mind, a Belgian agency VVL BBDO decided to bring the wishes together and turn them into music. Wanting to start 2012 on a high note, the agency created a campaign to unite people all over the world. If you allegedly combine “tweets” and “wishes”, “Best Wishes!” New Year greeting becomes “Best Tweeshes!”. #Tweeshes! for short and simple. Continue reading … Best Tweeshes!
This is a video that embodies a challenging and superb idea, directed by Us and produced by Liz Kessler, labelled the new music video for Benga’s track ‘I Will Never Change’. To bring the astonishing idea to life, first of all, the number of records per second against the frame rate had to be calculated. This stop motion video employs the use of 960 pieces of vinyl to create a straightforward and creative way to let the music speak for itself and create a mirrored image of the digital waveform. Each record had to be individually cut to a specific size, hand labelled, hand numbered and then finally polished.
According to the authors, this process alone took seven full working days. To animate the wave form, they have built it and then carefully removed each individual record. Once the sculpture was finally built, the animation process took about 30 hours. You might say, that the final video came out great and features some incredible animation. See for yourself.
A new music video from OK Go, made in partnership with Chevrolet, released as an advertisement for Super Bowl XLVI, features the band “performing” the song by driving a Chevrolet Aveo, outfitted with retractable pneumatic arms designed to play the instruments, through a rally car course, striking musical instruments on the sides of the course, so it looked like the car is playing the music. OK Go set up over 1000 instruments over two miles of desert outside Los Angeles, where the filming took place. The whole scene took four months of preparation and four days of shooting.
Stopmotion video for Dutch artists Kraak & Smaak (which means “Crunch and Taste”) overlays the background with a simple, but clever gimmick – a flipbook for animating the foreground elements. Nice way how to catch a moment and make them flow like river.
Playing a melody on spikes of a cactus accompanied by piano song. It is painful and not recommended for children because they may get hurt. An original idea how to create sound out of anything you have at hand. Cactus music online!
A violinist has broken the record for the fastest performance of the Flight of the Bumblebee. Oliver Lewis managed to play the piece in one minute and 3.356 seconds.
I saw Atomic Tom perform on the B train today… at first i thought they were going to bomb the train, but then they started playing and i was like ‘i love new york!’ liked them so much, i asked a stranger for the band name.
Directed by Benjamin Espiritu. Produced by Atomic Tom and Benjamin Espiritu. Edited by Reid Carrescia. This video was filmed unannounced on Friday October 8, 2010 aboard the New York City B Train, over the Manhattan Bridge into Brooklyn and edited from 3 iPhone cameras. All footage is performed 100% live and executed in one take.
If you like the tune, it’s available here.