Tuesday, 29 September 2009
Seems like more and more examples are cropping up that bridge the gap of experimental art into commercial displays. These are realtime projections (not post production) - obviously wrk better when observed form a particular view point! If you're feeling particularly technical have a look *here* for a 'how to'.
Monday, 28 September 2009
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Monday, 21 September 2009
The London Digital Week is kicking off today - a week of conferences, workshops, meet-ups, presentations, networking, parties and exhibitions bringing together the digital-orientated industries in and around London under one umbrella event. 2009 marks the beginning of this annual festival as part of the London Design Festival, drawing in local and global industry leaders and mavericks to celebrate our talented innovators, thinkers and doers, who have helped to put London firmly on the global digital map. The events aims to further the understanding of digital, to share knowledge within the industry and to showcase the best work of companies, groups and individuals in London and the UK to the rest of the world.
The stuff on show is becoming less and less science fiction so it's worth while keeping up-to-date with development - particularly if you're a technophobe.
(thanks to core77 for the heads up)
Friday, 18 September 2009
Since its birth as a shop and record label in Sheffield in 1989, Warp has become one of the World’s most respected creative organisations. Quickly developing into a platform for innovative and boundary-breaking music talent, Warp became synonymous with such artists as LFO, Autechre, Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada and most recently Grizzly Bear, Battles and Maximo Park. Running parallel to the music is an equally strong visual identity, famously established through partnerships with graphic design iconoclasts The Designer’s Republic and video auteur Chris Cunningham, placing Warp alongside legendary labels like Factory in British cultural history.
Warp took a logical but ambitious step in 2001 with the launch of Warp Films, winning a BAFTA for the very first production, Brass Eye satirist Chris Morris’ film debut My Wrongs… Since then high-profile features have come courtesy of Shane Meadows, whose masterpieces Dead Man’s Shoes and This Is England have enjoyed widespread success, the latter winning ‘Best British Film’ at the 2008 BAFTAs. 2009 sees development on more features with directors Chris Morris, Richard Ayoade (IT Crowd) and Paul King (Mighty Boosh).
Over 20 years, Warp has developed into a multifaceted creative company, able to forge a unique path through a rapidly changing and unpredictable landscape. In 2009, Warp will celebrate by bringing together its roster of artists, directors and associates for a series of multi-platform events, new music and film releases.
Warp - we salute you.
Tuesday, 15 September 2009
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Monday, 14 September 2009
Thursday, 3 September 2009
lots more colours CLICK HERE
SHOWstudio invites you to collaborate with Nick Knight, Alexander McQueen and PUMA in a unique competition designed to push the boundaries of filmmaking and fashion imagery creation to the very limit. Their “RAW POWER” competition offers young filmmakers, artists and directors the chance to create a video short by splicing their own unique film material with footage captured during Nick Knight's 'Crane Vs. Tiger' shoot for the Alexander McQueen PUMA S/S 2010 campaign.
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