On Videography


Chris Crutch­field doc­u­ment­ed DTLA’s event dur­ing Inter­na­tion­al Pil­low Fight Day this past April 3, 2010. Here’s his video, Pil­lows (Good Feel­ing).

Awe­some, dig­ging it. Espe­cial­ly the use of AE, the crisp­ness, and sound­track.

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The Sandpit

In the spir­it of my Small Worlds post, here’s a short by Sam O’Hare enti­tled, The Sand­pit.

A day in the life of New York City, in minia­ture. ”

Do note that for the best effect, you should see this piece in HD and full screen.

PS. If you are inter­est­ed for a descrip­tion of the shoot, cam­era, lens­es and work­flow, go here.

Keith Loutit’s Small Worlds

Kei­th Loutit is known for his Bath­tub series of short films, that present Syd­ney and its sur­rounds in minia­ture. Loutit’s scaled down, and sped up real­i­ties chal­lenge peo­ple’s per­cep­tions of scale, help­ing them to dis­tance them­selves from places they know well.

Here is a pre­view of what’s to come.

Art Inspired by Cars

Two typog­ra­phers ( Pierre & Damien / plmd.me ) and a pro race pilot (Stef van Camp­en­houdt) col­lab­o­rat­ed to design a font with a car.
The car move­ments were tracked using a cus­tom soft­ware, designed by inter­ac­tive artist Zachary Lieber­man. ( openframeworks.cc )

Here’s the video, When Dri­ving Becomes Writ­ing (iQ Font: The Mak­ing Of).

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I recall BMW doing some­thing like it, but with paint. Here’s the video they released for the Z4.

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Mean­while, you may down­load the iQ font here. You may also click on the fol­low­ing thumb­nails to view the results: