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  2. 2headedsnake:

    Miroir Noir

    (Source: saatchiart.com)

     

  3. type-lover:

    Home Sweet Home
    by Stuart Whitton

     

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  5. “Here’s a film that I made out of a deep grief. The grief is my business, in a way, but the grief was helpful in squeezing the little film out of me, that I said, ‘These crazy moths are flying into the candlelight, and burning themselves to death! And that’s what’s happening to me! I don’t have enough money to make these films, and it’s destroying… I’m not feeding my children properly because of these damn films,’ you know, and I’m burning up here … I’m feeling the full horror of some kind of immolation, in a way … So I say ‘Well, I’m going to comprehend this; I’ve got to understand it.’ So I go out with a camera and I start following moths around, well, that was hopeless, I’m not agile enough to follow a moth, even with a camera [laughs] and get anything of any real meaning. And suddenly I realize that… over the light bulbs, there’s all these dead moth wings. And I hate—y’know, hate that. Such a sadness. There must surely be something to do with that, and I tenderly pick them out and I start pasting them onto a strip of film to try to… in one way, you’d say it’s a kind of madness, to give them life again? To animate them again? To put them into some kind of life through the motion picture machine [laughs]? But really, it’s, I think, deeper than that … It’s to engage with this, that otherwise is just an unacceptable… unhappiness, or misery. To engage with it in some way that makes of it something.”

    Mothlight (Stan Brakhage, 1963)

    Film stills courtesy of the Estate of Stan Brakhage and Fred Camper.

    Commentary by Stan Brakhage on By Brakhage: An Anthology, Volume 1, taken from 2002 interview with Bruce Kawin.

    (Source: danieldaylewiswithamoustache, via free-parking)

     

  6. hyperallergic:

    Sometimes the stuff on Colossal just wows us … the latest color-coded photos by Emily Blincoe are a case in point. (via Color Coded Food and Flowers Photographed by Emily Blincoe | Colossal)

     

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  8. Conception of the visual identity of a new place dedicated to French gastronomy, La Cité de la Gastronomie.

    The center organises festivals, exhibitions and workshops.

    (Source: behance.net, via typographie)

     

  9. thatfunnyblog:

    OH MY GOD I HAVE FOUND THE GIF OF MY LIFE

    (Source: taylorwildfree)

     

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  12. rodrigolima74:

    Citius, Altius, Fortius from Felix Deimann on Vimeo.

    My thesis, the experimental animation „Citius, Altius, Fortius“ (Latin for „Faster, Higher, Stronger“- the Olympic motto) explores the interplay of abstract shapes and motions.
    How can the substance of motion be visualized. What degree of abstraction allows a communication with the viewer.
    Therefor movements of famous Olympians where digitalised into 3D through motion tracking and rotoscoping of original footage of Olympic competitions. Camera motions and playback speed of the footage were borrowed and the movements of the athletes were recreated frame by frame.
    The specific character of each sport is reflected in the visual language and the illustration of its motions.

    Music by Kreng (humanworkshop.com)

     

  13. bobbycaputo:

    Photographer Brian Donovan Captured This Amazing Long Exposure Photo of a Train Rolling Through the Canadian Rockies

     

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