The Village by Pedro Sousa
Life is simple in “The Village” — this tilt-shift captures the bucolic vibes of a landscape dotted by farms, caressed by sweet breezes, and populated by citizens who dwell in terracotta-topped houses.
When I grow up by Jasmin Lai
What’s a girl to do when she just can’t decide what she wants to be when she grows up? This sweet animation may make you rethink your own choices, but don’t worry, we’re firm believers that you never really have to decide.
38-39°C by KANGMIN KIM
There’s a certain kind of magic conjured by the steam and heat of a bath house. “38-39°C” delves into a hallucination experienced in such extreme temperatures, exploring the relationship between father and son in stop motion.
PETER SHIRE : CUPS by ERIC MINH SWENSON
Your Monday morning cup of whatever gets you going may look a bit plain compared to Peter Shire’s unconventional ceramic drinking vessels. His formally innovative and fully functional items push the boundaries of what’s possible in domestic objects. You may never look at the contents of your cupboard the same way again!
ORGANIC TRIP by LILIAN HARDOUINEAU
No psychedelics are necessary to embark on the excursion that is “ORGANIC TRIP.” We recommend packing light — a pair of headphones and an open mind should get you there.
Where things come from by Hardy Seiler
Do you know where your dinner comes from? Hardy Seiler’s enlightening mograph reminds us 21st-century beings to stay interested and engaged, and to never stop asking questions. A curious human is a happy human.
A Momentary Lapse of London by Davide Roveri
I see London, I see France — well, actually, I only see London, and who needs France or rhymes about underpants when you can ogle six and a half minutes of British bliss?