The Junk King tells the story of Vince Hannemann, who has spent much of his life constructing the “Cathedral of Junk” in Austin, TX.
Tracie couldn’t come with me to San Francisco, so I made her this video to share some of the sights I saw. It’s a little bit lengthy, but I had a CityPass that included some of the popular area attractions like the Aquarium of the Bay, the California Academy of Sciences, SFMoMa, and others.
Video cc by Jeremy Parnell (music attributions in credits).
Using just shadows caused by creased paper, artist Simon Schubert creates complete stop motion animations.
Science fiction isn’t quite as fictional anymore. Not only is the hand in this video reminiscent of something out of iRobot, it’s plastic parts are fabricated on the fly using a 3D printer. Check out more photos and videos at http://inmoov.blogspot.com/
Was watching a few short films last night. This one, titled Spin, is my favorite.
The creator of this video downloaded massive amounts of raw images from NASA’s Cassini and Voyager missions to splice together this beautiful stop-motion video of outer space.
If coffee could dance, it would look like this.
It doesn’t look much of a house until you realize each 8″ x 2″ brick in this art installation is made up of the equivalent of 50,000 shredded Euros, or €1.4 billion altogether.
This stop action film, “Frictions”, combines dance with colorful pieces of paper to tell a story of what I’m going to interpret as the mastering of emotional energy. Never have I seen a more beautiful use of post-it notes.