Long Gone – Music Video Created Using 45,000 Photographs

The  music video for the band Fat City Reprise’s song ‘Long Gone’ was created using thousands of still photographs.

The brilliant video was conceptualized and directed by Cesar Kuriyama, a New York based animator, who took 14 months to create the video. His director of photography took 45,000 photographs with a Nikon D200 DSLR camera, which were then later stitched together to create the effect of motion film.

Like most people, you will either love the music, or just hate it.

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Replica of the Daft Punk Helmet

Daft Punk Helmet - Casey Pugh

The LED helmets used as props by electro-pop band, Daft Punk, cost $ 14,000 to make. LED Effects, the company which made the helmets, later put them on sale for a jaw-dropping $ 65,000.

Casey Pugh made his own low-cost replica of the helmet for Halloween, this year. He used a second hand motorcycle helmet, and an Arduino board to program and control the LEDs.

He also made a short time-lapse video documenting the entire process. Watch it after the jump.

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Was Kurt Cobain a Marketing Genius ?

Brian Clark examines the astounding success of Nirvana’s Nevermind music album, and comes to the startling conclusion that Kurt Cobain was, in fact, a creative marketing genius of sorts. Snip…

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