• 19.03.2012
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Full Circle


This video is a creative collaboration between film-maker Callum Cooper, sound artist John Kassab and Klezinski, a multi-disciplinary design practice based in London and Melbourne. The clip itself is shot with a camera attached to a moving “jump-rope-like” device, thus covering a full circle equal to 360°. The actor, location and scene change with each passage of 360°. The video was created as a showcase of Klezinski’s hand-crafted fashion clothing and accessories.

  • 16.03.2012
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Mutual Fan Dance Clip


This fun video for Graham Coxon’s catchy song “What’ll It Take” is made up of dance video clips sent in by 85 fans from 22 countries. These dance video clips were mashed up with added after effects and graphics in a an animated model throughout the whole video. The video background is shot in the Aldgate area of East London, around Middlesex Street, Petticoat Lane Market and nearby Liverpool Street. A great, beautifully realized concept with a very well fit song.

  • 05.03.2012
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Creative Pin Art


In this post I’ve concentrated on art where the pins are the main focus, rather than a way of art. Fortunately there’s a short video, where we can see a fantastic pin artist in action. He uses push pins to make large-canvas portraits and they are stunning. It is a real challenge to create faces with the quality of something digitally produced. By the author’s own confession it took the most time, the most patience, the most research and the most money to create. This portrait required approximately 15,000 push pins. The final portrait weighs about 19 kg, which includes the cork board. The author has built a wooden frame to support it, so it wouldn’t break under its own weight. The soundtrack in the video is a song by the author, called “Time Catcher”.

  • 13.02.2012
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Romantic declaration of love

Just in time for Valentine’s Day a notebook brand – Field Notes created a touching movie clip, promoting its red blooded hand printed notebook, specifically released for February 14th.  A loving husband has prepared an unusual greeting for his wife Tracie on Valentine’s Day. To do this, he turned the new Field Notes red notebook into a sentimental love letter. Valentine’s Day marketing nowadays lacks the emotional core, the abundance of red hearts in every Valentine’s Day advertisement becomes disturbing. A touching commercial like this can bring new ideas on how to create unusual greetings of your most beloved and let them know you love them. Even if you don’t say it.

  • 16.01.2012
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Fast Art

Most talents never become world famous. Many artists have died in poverty and alone. To be an artist is to be always on the edge. Some artists work in workshops, some work in other fancy places, most of them work in the streets. A spectacular street artist painter shows us his fast painting skills. He uses only fingers, paint and two pieces of glass. In less than 3 minutes a beautiful painting comes to life. Why artists work in the streets? Maybe you can earn more money, maybe the feeling of freedom or just a way of life. Anyway it is something you want to buy as a souvenir. Unfortunately we don’t know who this man is. We hope he will create many other great paintings.

  • 10.01.2012
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Tapes Do Magic

Max Zorn creates something out of barely nothing – brown packing tape and a scalpel. The technique is all about taping several layers of tape. Each layer is precisely changed with a scalpel thus creating an image of art. Max began this last year in Amsterdam and made several works of art in Portugal and Spain, Germany and other countries worldwide.

  • 19.12.2011
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Amazing Nano Art Of Incredible Beauty By Nicolay Aldunin

Nicolay Aldunin Miniature Needle Bicycle

One word – amazing. This is not Photoshop or any other manipulation made by any program. This is real hand-made metal bicycle. It’s placed on a needle to show how small it is. Continue reading … Amazing Nano Art Of Incredible Beauty By Nicolay Aldunin

  • 05.12.2011
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Creating Anything Using Paper

Paper Animals Calvin Niccols Beaver

Lawyers say that the most important things for them are paper and pen. For Calvin Niccols it is more paper than pen. Calvin is a full-time animal artist. He is in this world for 15 years from now. Calvin is recognized among museums, advertising companies, private collectors and publishers. This “paper guru” has more than 70 works in his famous Follet collection and there is much more. Continue reading … Creating Anything Using Paper

  • 02.12.2011
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Google Imaginary Trip

What is your dream? A big house, a big family or something more different? For many traveling is the thing. Just imagine riding in a car along ocean on a sunny day with your friends, singing and joking. Still for many this dream is far beyond their possibilities. Also for a very sad office toy. But the world belongs to the reckless ones. So the sad toy decides to use Google Street View and a toy car to travel, but where to go? Somewhere sunny and beautiful – the Pacific coast. Continue reading … Google Imaginary Trip

  • 22.11.2011
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Time & Changes

Take a photo. How difficult is that? Now imagine doing that for almost 4.5 years – from 26th september year 2006 till 12th may year 2011.  One of many amazing internet projects presents us a daily photo compilation of  a young woman. We clearly see how time passes away but she doesn’t changed a lot. Maybe because of the cosmetics? It’s for you to decide. Hm … maybe they have such videos for some 40 years?

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