OK Go

OK Go – Here It Goes Again (Official Video)

OK Go – Needing/Getting (Official Video)

OK Go – Last Leaf

OK Go – This Too Shall Pass

OK Go is an alternative rock band originally from Chicago, Illinois, USA, now residing in Los Angeles, California, USA. They are perhaps best known for their often elaborate and quirky music videos.

I love their videoclips! They are so original and creative and put a smile on your face 🙂 Me, I loved the Needing/Getting the best. I was astonished with the result and can’t imagine how difficult i must have been to organise such a big project. Also getting the music and right tones must have been an absolute nutjob to try and get that right! i think this makes it better though.

For more of this go to: http://okgo.net/videos/

Process Project

After making my process project I saw this arty short movie! It kind of made me think of the work I produced in these last couple of weeks, as it is kind of the same but totally different.

I really like this movie and thought you guys might like it too (: It sets a nice atmosphere, has beautiful imagery and a fitting song.

Stay tuned and tomorrow I’ll post the outcome of my process project on here.
xoxo

Made a movie !

This week we got a taste of a new pathway; MIP, which stands for moving image and photography. We were set the brief “light” which we interpreted as “As light as a feather” and made a stop motion movie with hundreds of pictures taken all over campus and edited with Final Cut Pro. It wasn’t easy but I’m glad with the result!

Check it out for yourself and I hope you like it (: x x x

End Credits

After seeing the end credits made for the movie: “Lemony snicket’s: a series of unfortunate events”, I started thinking about different movies and came to the conclusion that a lot of movies have very artistic and nice illustrated end credits. Below you can find a few examples (:

3 different styles of drawing but all 3 are beautiful!

Rob Ryan’s video

Rob Ryan Studio Visit, London.

Check this out!

Crane.tv visits artist Rob Ryan in his studio in Bethnal Green. He shows us his otherworldly, sometimes romantic papercut artworks and screenprints, and shares his own love story.

It’s amazing to see how he works and where he gets his inspiration from.

hope you like it (; x x x x