Illustrator Gabriel Pacheco (by Juan Antonio García Pineda)
Flume & Chet Faker - Drop The Game (by Lorin Askill)
The Essence Of Sound (by Susi Sie)
Frederic Chopin - ‘Wiosna’ - Spring (aus op. 74 No 2)
(by Joel Marquina)
Welcome to the Future
January in Japan (by Scott Gold)
Went to Japan in January, it’s a beautiful place and a beautiful culture.
What you’ll see:
Tsukiji Fish Market
Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Tournament
Shinkansen Bullet Trains
Yudanaka Outdoor Onsen
Jigokudani Snow Monkeys
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony
Fushimi Inari Shrine/Gates
Ice Crystal Timelapse (by Shawn Knol)
Timelapse video of ice crystals melting, photographed using cross-polarized light.
Statues in Motion (by Todd Martin)
Classical sculptures that defy logic. Paper master Li Hongbo stretches your imagination with a twisted take on traditional sculpting.
Max Cooper / Tom Hodge - Fragments of Self
(by Nick Cobby)
Wheel Of Life
Paper is one of the most versatile and beautiful mediums available to makers, able to create and reproduce entire worlds at the cut of a blade. After years of experience perfecting this craft, The Makerie Studio teamed up with Director André Gidoin to magically bring one of these worlds to life, by creating and filming a hand made paper Zoetrope.
A zoetrope is a device that produces the illusion of motion from a rapid succession of static pictures. Often referred to as the Wheel Of Life, we were inspired to tell the story of one zoetrope in particular, that one night came to life.
Dandelion (by Steven Subotnick)
all the wishes contained in a single dandelion
PTEROIS (by Zelig Sound: Composition & Sound)
We Wander (by Dvein)
A bunch of animals hide in the darkness of the night, motivated by their very own instinct, not feeling menaced by anything or anyone. But a light disturbs their peaceful rest, they feel troubled when their land is invaded and everything becomes unexpected. The Sun rises, the animals leave, the sun light baths the land and we keep wandering around, not knowing where and when we are and nothing matters anymore.