PERU & BOLIVIA | a stop-motion journey by Timelapse Media
Some people go on vacation, lie on a beach with a crinkly paperback, and come back with a some tan lines and iPhone photos to show for it. Other people, like the folks from Timelapse Media, go on holiday and make incredible stop motion masterpieces.
12 Years of DFA: Too Old To Be New, Too New To Be Classic by Red Bull Music Academy
If anyone needs us we’ll be over here, contemplating the passing of 12 years since the inception of DFA Records.
War Paint for Trees by Jeff Frost
Timelapse master Jeff Frost headed to California’s Mojave Desert to shoot the stunning, starry vision that is “War Paint for Trees.” Jeff’s creative use of stop-motion, paired with his thoughtful tribute to our oxygen-producing pals, make this film a breath of fresh air. (Pun very much intended.) Jeff transforms the unhurried ebb and flow of the natural world to a tempo akin to time-travel, all the while capturing something ancient and unspoiled. Don’t miss the behind-the-scenes vid!
Direct your eyeballs to the whole Hello, Again series, presented by our buddies at the Lincoln Motor Company.
To The River by JWATNL
The new video for James Wallace and the Naked Light shows their front man performing the track in one take. It doesn’t sound very special, granted, but actually the camera isn’t pointed at him. The video, shot and directed by Paul Greenhouse, gathers its style points for capturing his performance reflected in a woman’s eye.
And it’s all in camera, by the way.
footprints [a farm story] by wvmotionworks
The ballots are in! We received 72 incredible submissions for the Stillmotion Storytelling Challenge, and we’re thrilled to announce that our grand prize winner is “footprints [a farm story]” from the talented folks at wvmmotionworks!
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