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Interesting animation inspired by African rock paintings by Nicolas Brault

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Painstakingly painted frame by frame on the walls by the graffiti artist Blu, This has got to be one of the most amazing animation ever!

Have a great year in 2009 peoples! Hopefully this year will be as fruitful for you as this apple seed in this wonderful animation by Johnny Kelly.

The complete title for this amazing piece by Zeitguised is The installation of an irreversible axis on a dynamic timeline. This short video consists of six imaginations of disoriented systems that take a catastrophic turn, including the evolution of educational plant-body-machine models and liquid building materials. Have fun watching it, I know I did.

“Sometimes the only way to get something done is to do two dozen other things first”

Procrastination, a wonderfully incisive video about procrastination created by Johnny Kelly for his MA in animation at the Royal College of Art. A must watch if you have about 4 minutes to errr…procrastinate. Hah the irony +)


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  • Portrait photography in Tokyo: Nikki in the studio February 7, 2018
    I bumped into Nikki on Instagram and instantly knew she was someone I wanted to shoot with. She has a unique look and is an all-round creative person: ex-dancer, currently a singer. I feel close, spiritually, to people like Nikki. I … Continue reading → The post Portrait photography in Tokyo: Nikki in the studio appeared first on Photographer in Tokyo, Japan […]

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