Something wonderfully strangely normal and yet off-putting and disorientating – all at the same time.
OK Go have always produced ingenious music videos, and their latest one is no exception.
This time they are using a matrix of 567 printers to provide an animated backdrop, combined with time lapse techniques. The result is fascinating, and a huge pile of paper.
It’s been a little while since we’ve done a Slow Mo Guys video on a Friday.
These two have so much fun larking around with a very sharp sword and plastic bottles full of water.
The folks at Improv Everywhere decided that as the iconic glass cube Apple Store on 5th Avenue, NY was closed for refurbishment they would open another one – using a subway elevator.
They even created a queue of people waiting to get the new iPhone X, people love to join a queue:
- B for Beats
- D for Dell
- J for JBL
- X for Xerox
- you get the idea..
It’s amazing how evident the aesthetic styles are in these beautifully done renditions.
Watch out for a few animations as well.
I once spent a very memorable evening in a 21,000 seat arena in Manchester where the biggest screen I have ever seen covered the whole of one side.
Sat below the screen, dwarfed by it’s scale, was a full classical orchestra.
The orchestra was there to play the original soundtrack to accompany the stunning Blue Planet visuals on the screen. The visual and auditory effect was stunning.
We’ll soon be watching Blue Planet II, but before that here’s a prequel: