Myst

Acrylic color and how it flows and spreads along objects submerged in water: That’s what this hypnotic video by Thomas Blanchard is all about.

Box

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic“, as a quote at the end of this mind-blowing video states quite appropriately. Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Full-screen viewing in HD quality is highly recommended!  

Face Hacking

We all know 3D projection mapping. But have you seen it in combination with real-time face tracking technology? It’s fairly unreal.

Jon Hopkins & King Creosote In Concert

It was the epic bounce of Open Eye Signal that first drew my attention to the work of Jon Hopkins.  Ever since this artist has been a cornucopia of great sound for me. Just recently he dropped a magnificent BBC Essential Mix, a two hour journey consisting of some of the tracks that have influenced…

Sofles – Limitless

Sick video of a fairly monumental graffiti project: Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas and Quench teamed up to turn the walls of an abandoned warehouse into a splendid gallery of urban art.

Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl

What is it that fascinates me about Pripyat? It’s probably the human tragedy that reflects in the decaying city, home of almost 50.000 people before the nearby nuclear power plant exploded. British film maker Danny Cooke published a 3-minute video that captures the end time atmosphere of Pripyat in a very aesthetic and artistic way,…

The Great Martian War

On its 100th anniversary, The Great Martian War tells the story of the catastrophic events and unimaginable horrors of 1913-17, when Humankind was pitted against a savage Alien invasion. With powerful and detailed First World War parallels, The Great Martian War fuses sci-fi fantasy with specialist factual history to explore the real-world tragedies and unique…

Ebru Art

According to Wikipedia, “Ebru is a traditional Islamic and Turkish painting art, and can be defined as painting on water and transferring this painting onto paper”. The results look very beautiful, but watching the actual act of creation is probably even more impressive.