Archive for the 'Videos' Category

Pulp Fiction in Typography

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

Jarratt Moody has put together a nice little experiment in typography.
“Say What Again” merges the audio of a scene in the movie “Pulp Fiction” with rapidly animated words, capturing the momentum of the scene perfectly and giving it a little extra kick. Contains profanity, for those concerned.

(YouTube direct link)
Here’s another take on the scene.

Minilogue / Hitchhiker’s Choice Video

Sunday, November 26th, 2006

This fun little stop-motion video was created by Ljudbilden & Piloten for electronic artists Minilogue, done completely on whiteboard. Very entertaining!
(Thanks, Spreeblick) – Creativity in a Telly Stylee

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006 by Paul Neave is a full screen TV station in your browser, showing some of the most creative, artistic videos right off of YouTube, and Google Video. Definitely worth a look, really nice way to phase out for a few minutes in your lunch break and gather some inspiration. Also check out Paul Neave’s website, which offers a few other very impressive and beautiful flash experiments.

One Week of Art Work – Video

Monday, October 16th, 2006

This video represents a week in the life of “Rinpa,” a Japanese art crew based in Tokyo.

You can find more of their videos here. These guys are amazing.

(The YouTubers among you have probably already seen it as it’s right on the YouTube front page, but it’s just too cool I couldn’t pass up on posting it.)

FaithMachine Video

Thursday, October 5th, 2006

Here’s a video I found, with drawing and music created by Pete Moraites.

New tune, and a journey through my sketchbooks, adding line and color, evoking the joyful magician and traveling across time…

The Daily Drawing

Thursday, October 5th, 2006

The Daily DrawingI have a new addiction: It delivers exactly what it promises, a new drawing once a day, in video, sometimes sped up, sometimes in realtime, and never too long for a quick daily fix. The videos are also all posted on YouTube, if you want to subscribe. It’s a nice way to get some insight into how other people go about drawing and how they use certain media. As they say, watch and learn.

If Microsoft Designed The iPod Packaging

Tuesday, February 28th, 2006

If Microsoft were to design the iPod’s packaging, this is probably what it would look like. A hilarious parody which is nicely executed, and really does say it all. If you’re having troubles loading the video below, try this link instead.

Flash Tutorials

Wednesday, October 5th, 2005

gotoAndLearngotoAndLearn offers an array of useful Flash tutorials, including some insight on new Flash 8 features. In step-by-step video tutorials, Lee Brimelow explains the hows and whys of Action Scripting. In a series of 8 pieces, for instance, Lee introduces us to the basics of streaming video playback in Flash, building a complete video control widget that you can style in any way you like. That’s not all, though: aside from numerous tutorials that start at point zero for the beginner and gradually lead into the advanced specifics, the site also gives you the possibility to request tutorials. Have a look.

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