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Shyscapes

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Mesmerizing motion graphics by Misha Shyukin.

This hypnotizing short from German student Misha Shyukin, which he humbly describes as "my graduation short-art-movie-video-thingy," is a sight to behold. Despite being digitally fabricated, the vast and open landscapes in the film have a totally natural feel, looking like they were shot on a helicopter-mounted camera. Misha requests that viewers watch the video with eyes half closed,......read more

Brooklyn Informed: An Art of Decay

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Andrew Casner's conversation-starting compost art.

Compositions or decompositions? You be the judge. Either way, Andrew Casner's compost paintings are nothing if not captivating. In this episode of BKI, the Brooklyn resident and urban farmer discusses his unusual artistic practice, which involves placing a canvas under a compost pile, then uncovering it a month later to reveal an abstract, agrarian piece of art. Originally inspired by the......read more

A Classic Education, "Gone To Sea"

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Vintage visuals remixed by Jamie Harley.

Jamie Harley's found footage videos for up-and-coming bands are usually hazy, nostalgic affairs, and this one for “Gone to Sea," the first song off A Classic Education's Hey There Stranger EP, stays the course. The video combines the Italian band's heartmelting chamber pop with vintage visuals of kids frolicking in the South Pacific. The idyllic imagery, taken......read more

SHFT Pop Up with pureDKNY

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Adrian, Peter and Angela break it down.

From the better-late-than-never files, here's some footage from the SHFT popup store/gallery that we presented with pureDKNY in New York late last year. Watch as SHFT honchos Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer, along with eco-minded mega-babe Angela Lindvall, give the low-down on the project where art meets commerce in a sustainable frame. Lots more SHFT events like this to come, stay tuned....read more

Sun Boxes

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Here comes the sound -- from a solar-powered art installation.

How cool is this? It's an orchestra conducted by the sun. Created by Massachussetts artist and musician Craig Colorusso, Sun Boxes is comprised of twenty solar-power speakers, each set to play one guitar note on loop, with the all the notes collectively making a B-flat chord. Says Colorusso: "The piece creates space. It is an environment for one to enter and exit. the footprint this......read more

The Cyclotrope

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Brilliant bicycle wheel animation by Tim Wheatley.

The Cyclotrope is a lo-fi animation project from Tim Wheatley, created during his art studies at the University College Falmouth in Cornwall, UK. Borrowing ideas from early motion picture technologies like the Zoetrope, the Cyclotrope is a wheel containing eighteen images spun at a certain speed, creating the illusion of moving pictures. Very cool....read more

Plum Flower Deer

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Death and rebirth in the natural world

Yoho Hang Yue, an art director at Crush in Toronto, teamed up with his wife Queenie Zhu to produce this lovely tale about about a pair of Plum Flower Deer who are separated by an act of man but are rejoined in the afterlife. The Plum Flower Deer is one of the most auspicious, divine animals in Chinese culture. The Plum Flower Tree itself has been the subject of innumerable paintings and poems,......read more

Nick Gentry: Obsolete

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Outdated floppy disks repurposed as art canvases

Nick Gentry's floppy disk paintings are musings on throwaway culture and technological change. The London artist assembled this video of his work, scored by a track from UK beat maestro, Burial.  From Nick's artist's statement: "Since graduating from Central St Martins in 2006, the focus has been to explore how technological advancement is affecting society. Throughout history,......read more

Takagi Masakatsu, "Girls"

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Stunning multimedia work from Japanese artist

The word "multimedia" gets thrown around a lot when describing art that combines more than one mode of creation. It's also usually a good way to make us not care about the art being described. Takagi Masakatsu is an exception to the rule. The Kyoto-based musician/painter shoots everyday banal scenes then slows then down and smears them with digital colors and scores them with delicate,......read more

One Plastic Beach

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A California couple transforms plastic beach debris into stunning artwork

Over the past twelve years, Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang have collected several tons of plastic debris on a small stretch of beach near their northern California home. The pieces of plastic are cleaned, categorized, and sorted, before the couple goes to work transforming the garbage into beautiful pieces of art. This short doc profiles the couple and their creative output and......read more

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