This is the demo of the projection mapping and content for the launch of the volkswagen golf at the New York International AutoShow, this year. It's a lot of fun, makes me wish cars had led skins.
Eclectic Method, aka Jonny Wilson, is best know for live mixing video to create high energy dance beats. He recently created a video remix of Matthew McConaughy, Leonardo Decaprio and Jonah Hill themed around the chest thump from Wolf of Wall Street.
This made me smile, more than once.
Such beautiful work it reminds me a bit of how Steve Ellis painted a series of cars. By taking photographs of matchbox cars after they had been scratched up a bit, he would then paint in details that only real sized cars would have. Creating an ambiguity of scale, that is so pleasing in the work that Fabian Oefner has just shared.
This movies looks like a lot of fun for kids and adults. I can't help but feel like the Will Arnett's Batman character is a lot like Bat Dad.
Documentary film maker Alex Gibney, revisits his work following Lance Armstrong in 2009 during his epic comeback. After Lance's downfall, Alex investigates what happened.
Mike Monteiro gives a great talk on responsible design practices, and what we are all doing wrong.
America! F%$ Yeah!
GTA V has broken all kinds of records, and is beginning to ripple it's way into pop culture. I was surprised to see a series of in-game time lapses that demonstrate how beautiful the experience is. The huge team at Rockstar has done a beautiful job creating a world to play in.
A bonus... learn how to get inside a jumbo jet and fly it around.
The New York Times put together an insightful documentary about the Christine Quinn Campaign for NYC mayor in 2013. Interesting that the piece credits a campaign ad by De Blasio's campaign (below) to be the defining factor in New York's Change of heart.
Thank you Bot&Dolly! This is amazing..
Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.botndolly.com/box