It's an animation about the effect of trying to sleep after taking melatonin.
Whatever it recreates, reminds me to Hundertwasser. Surrealistic, nice LSD effect.
by Emanuele Kabu
Even I'm not a big fan of Super Mario, I love the song and how it sounds on this instrument.
From time to time I really need to watch this again. Now is part of my soul.
And it has only 70 likes? It shows me that 'likes' doesn't matter when we talk about arts.
I'm going to start 2014 with this shamanic music. Great atmosphere, very authentic, calm and transcendental.
The beginning text in bandcamp tell us a strange story about its creation:
"This collaborative venture from Fursaxa's Tara Burke and Sharron Kraus came about when the two musicians missed a flight bound for Finland. Instead of rebooking or changing flights the duo decided to spend the week at Sharron's house recording this album..."
Have a nice year!
A very interesting video for a non so interesting song by Thom Yorke.
Here is the backstage of clip
And other videos by the same author for Björk
and the making of:
After watching all this I remember how alienating was some of the first CGI animations, many people felt so rejected by the non-human thing... and now I see all this with a fantastic integration between organic reality and 'organic' computer graphics. It's beautiful.
An interesting game. It's not exactly a design that I love, even though the background looks very detailed and careful. The characters are not my favorite thing but they created a nice immersion.
They run a successful Kickstarter campain, so this game is going to be available on Apr. 2014 (let's see if they can deliver on deadline).
This videogame was created a long time ago and I still can't believe the interaction's behavior. I haven't gone deeply to the author information but looks like a rare case of a really imaginative and creative artist mixed with a really good programmer.
The game is short but looks beautiful. Although the online version is a demo.
I found this videoclip not outstanding in its technique, but it has the 'nowness'. Maybe the topic of being in the nature, having some kind of comunication with animals, being alone while having time to think, walk and see our surroundings.
Is not that exactly the oppsite of what we do in the modern life? It looks like this kind of videos works as a cathartic medium. At least it works for me.