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Is projection mapping the greatest thing since sliced bread? How can there be film festivals these days that do not feature this? It is too cool.
Thanks to Emily Johnson for the tip!
Update: That video went down, but here’s another example of projection mapping:
I have long been working on a film about a man who walks around the world. Maybe the walking has been the problem. It’s slow food for a fast food world. Perhaps the film should have been this instead…
17 Countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs.
WARNING: this short will make you want to quit your day job and travel.
Thanks to ThisIsColossal for the tip.Tweet
My friend Dan McGuire tipped me to this great video that ThisIsColossal.com sourced. Beyond being truly beautiful and incredibly well executed, the animators have a name (“Oh Yeah Wow”)I am jealous of — and that doesn’t happen too often.
I love that I can be inspired every day and still know that I am not seeing even close to all there is. There’s so much great work out there. May it never end. Oh yeah wow.Tweet
How great is it to be lost into a short, transported, and then to recognize — know again — what you have known for so long: that movies are magic.
Okay I really like The National, and I really like stop motion, and beautiful lighting — and yes there is a part of me that is a sucker for both nostalgia, innocence lost, and cute furry animals, so…