Posts Tagged "video"

August 10, 2011

move, eat, learn

So 3 guys, in 44 days, traveled to 11 countries, with 2 cameras and captured almost a terabyte of footage…

After some seriously hardcore editing and probably 20 redbulls, they were able to pull together three 60 second narratives that clearly define travel. ( excluding all the layover and waiting shenanigans)

Each short film features a unique style of storytelling.  MOVE uses a bunch of tightly spliced clips that work together in a stop motion manner. EAT begins with a split screen of plated dishes and then shifts to close ups of them begin devoured/enjoyed. LEARN tells the best narrative and seems to have the strongest message of connecting with the cultures of countries visited.

If you didn’t have wanderlust before, you sure do now. Check out more of Director Rich Merrki’s work on tumblr


July 20, 2011

cityfabric kickstarter

There’s a lot going on over at cityfabric these days. You guys may remember when I posted about them back in November. Well, now they have a new logo and an awesome new kickstarter project with lots of new collateral—if they raise $13,000 by August 31, you will be able to get their signature figureground maps on pillows, totes, canvases, prints and limited edition t-shirts. Watch the video above to learn more about their project and support your local business!


April 27, 2011

Roy’s Jeans

An inspiring video from Self Edge that highlights the whole process of Roy’s Jeans from start to finish as it’s done through the hands of Roy Slaper. There’s something so cool and magical about seeing fabric going through multiple machines that look like utter finger death traps with such ease and craft. I love seeing the raw denim transform into shapes and those shapes come together as jeans.  Roy’s attention to detail and handcrafted quality helps make the price tag of  $275 a pair, slightly more digestible. Key word there being “Slightly”.

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February 16, 2011

super ordinary haircuts

Check out what I just got back from the printer! Super Ordinary Haircuts is a freelance project I worked on with a Raleigh video production company, Myriad Media. It is a leave behind book about their company culture on which I collaborated with Connie Oh. The cover is bronze ink and orange foil stamp on French Kraft paper. It was my first foil stamp, and I can’t wait to do more! If you want to look inside, I have some more pictures on my behance.


January 26, 2011

Make It Better

An inspiring video from Sebastianbap that has a great message about self improvement. Whatever you do, always try to be the best you can be. Plus it doesn’t hurt the video is well done.


January 10, 2011

Life in a day.

On July 24, 2010, a ton of people around the world got together to document their day, taking part in an ambitious visual experiment. Following that day, over 80,000 clips were edited down to make what looks to be an amazing documentary, spearheaded by wonder-team Kevin MacDonald and Ridley Scott.
The best thing about this, you can watch the premiere live from sundance film festival 2011, on youtube, on January 27. Right here.
I love the internet.
Happy Monday!


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