At last I can share the video which Pete Fowler, Made Visual Studio, and to a lesser extent I (producing the boys did the hard bits) have been making early this year. So proud of Pete & all the guys at Made Visual Studio. Thanks also of course to The Horrors and all their team for being so wonderous to work with!!!
Even better you can download masks and screen savers from the video here. A few examples shown below.
Oh my fucking god – and to think I thought the video of Prince Harry as a Nazi was a step to far. Make sure you watch to the end – just when you think it can’t get worse or any more offensive it does. I can hardly bring myself to watch (via Nerdcore):
This self published book by Scott Blake recalls the horrific events of 9/11 in flip book form. Normally I like to not pass comment on this blog but leave others to make up their own minds…
…BUT I do feel there is an increasingly trend for people to be as provocative as possible in order to raise their own profile or noise around their event or art piece. In turn that this perhaps means that people tend to look for ‘easy’ or purposefully controversial inspiration. I’ll be honest and say that yes the videos, and other content prepared around this book, by this artist do give me the feeling that perhaps publicity is the true inspiration from behind this piece but I am more than happy to be wrong.
How cute is this short animation by Pete Fowler for Smile London – a great project that is basically a series of video messages to cheer up the London Underground. I wish I could travel by owl and smile everyday rather than put up with the bullshit TFL deliver!
This is an amazing piece of animation – am totally in love with it in fact. Old but good (via):
This is seriously fucking cool from Blu…
BIG BANG BIG BOOM:
an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.
I know I am ridiculously biased but this SFA animation from Pete Fowler is seriously strange and brilliant. Kind of matches the weather too!
Can’t believe I have only just posted this (sorry)!
Kidrobot has created an animation for their DIY Munny figure, named Sprout. I HEART it.