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David Lynch’s Champagne Dreams

Just to get it out of the way. I’m a huge fan of David Lynch. Today NOWNESS released an article about him designing his own limited-edition bottle for Dom Pérignon. Now this is how you sell Champagne! The first part of the article says: (…)

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SCREEN@Kulturhuset

For those of you in Stockholm who are about to miss out on this: “Welcome to Screen, Kulturhuset’s brand new online art gallery. This is the English, somewhat slimmer, version of Screen (and here is the Swedish website). (…)

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Solipsist

Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang WINNER at SLAMDANCE 2012 of the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short. (…)

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Martin Steinberg

Director, Cinematographer, Colorist, Editor and Compositor Martin Steinberg. Check out his works and/or hire him right away! (…)

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Press Pause Play

Press Pause Play is a upcoming movie by Swedish production company House of Radon. “A new generation of global creators and artists is emerging, equipped with other points of reference and other tools. The teachers arenʼt certified schools anymore – itʼs web sites, discussion forums and a “learn by doing”-mentality. We see the children of a digital age, unspoiled or uneducated depending on who you ask. Collaboration over hierarchy (…)

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The Wilderness Downtown

“The Wilderness Downtown” is an interactive interpretation, created by Chris Milk, of Arcade Fire’s song “We Used To Wait” and was built entirely with the latest open web technologies, including HTML5 video, audio, and canvas. Start off by entering the street where you grew up and (…)

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Kaleidoscopic Fashion Spectacular

Mother New York. “What do you call 20 sensory-overloaded minutes fashioned out of 60+ dancers, an original visual program created by Daft Punk’s light designers, a new pop symphony from one-half of N.A.S.A., and over 155 rooms of New York’s Standard Hotel? You could start with “Spectacular,” (…)

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For all mankind

During the Apollo lunar missions -68 to -72, the crew were given 16mm cameras and told to film anything and everything they could during the trip. Two decades later, filmmaker Al Reinert went into the NASA vaults to create this incredible film set to a soundtrack by Brian Eno. (…)

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KORB

KORB is a freelance based motion design studio founded by CGI director Rimantas Lukavicius. Working along with the other freelancers and companies KORB specifies in visual effects, motion graphics and mixed media projects. (…)

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Sebastien Tellier – Look

Exclusive Sebastien Tellier video by Mrzyk & Moriceau for the 10th anniversary of Record Makers. (…)

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Form+Format

Form+Format – Creative strategist Ita Jalaluddin, graphic designer Daniel Neye and multimedia designer Marcel Wessling based in Berlin and Kuala Lumpur. (…)

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Maxim Zhestkov

Fantastic 3D by Maxim Zhestkov. (…)

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Mutant Hands

Digging trough the inspiration-crates, this guy has some really cool motion.
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Visual System Collective

Contemporary digital art brought to you by Visual System which is a collective founded in 2007. Since then, interactive projects on a global scale has been put through. (…)

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Nigel Evan Dennis

Very inspiring work by Nigel Evan Dennis, also known as Electric Heat.
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Grandchildren

Head over to www.bygrandchildren.com and check out his videos.
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Three frames!

Okay, let us admit that GIF-animations are permanently fun. (…)

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Joan Jimenez

My first post here at Svärta. Im saving my introduction for later. Until then, don’t miss out on Joan-Jimenez video. (…)

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Berndsen – Lover In The Dark

I don’t know if remember this article about swedish photographer Fotografen Viktor Gårdsäter (which we by the way truly love). Either way we now know what that particular image was about. (…)

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Water World

Fascinating. (…)