Circle Rules Football looks mind blowingly awesome.
*Via Good Magazine
Filed under: Art Direction, Design, Entertainment, Graphic Design, Uncategorized, Video
Do yourself a favor and crank the volume on your unit. The audio and motion graphics match so perfectly in this clip, it’s quite mesmerizing.
*via Design You Trust
I can’t stop watching this video. I’ve been a big fan of Grizzly Bear for some time now, but I haven’t indulged myself with their live/acoustic performances and I’m not sure why. The harmonies and setting are impeccable in this clip, enjoy.
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Conceptually astounding work from Gregor Timlin. His homeless shelter and copter light are just a couple of great pieces to an interesting grouping of work on his website.
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Blogging, Blogs, Design, Entertainment, Graphic Design, Video, YouTube
Paul Stonier aka The Type Nerd has included a brilliant video on his blog most recently. It’s a YouTube video that plays off the idea of “creative juices” in quite a literal sense. Pure hilarity and artistic genius, take a look! Great find Paul.
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I’ve been meaning to share a couple of these for quite some time, while the first musical artist was just brought to my attention. Enjoy the videos!
^ Sam Sparro- Black and Gold
^ Ludo- Love Me Dead, I love the creativity exhibited in this music video. Great artistic direction.
^ Keedz- Stand on the Word, This Justice-esque song was created by the artistic direction of Superdeux.
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I’ve loved the work of Plastic Kid (aka Jakob Printzlau) for a long time now. He has a great sense for graphic elements and an effective utilization of these elements throughout a piece of work. He also offers some step-by-step images with certain projects so you can view the process. It’s a nice extra that many designers/artists don’t typically feature.