Set to an haunting musical composition by Jacaszek, GRADUATE is a surreal animated collage by Greek illustrator and motion/graphic designer Constantinos Chaidalis (aka Brittle). Chaidalis says that he created this…
Dripping with retro-nostalgic goodness, “LSD ABC” is a trippy tribute to the European film aesthetic of the 1970’s and ‘80s. Through 26 letters we explored different worlds and characters as…
Watch the fantastic official music video for Norwegian electronic band Röyksopp’s “Trick Two” track. The video was created by Jimmy Ahlander, an animator and director based in Los Angeles. Link…
Filed under the 'WTF did I just watch' category. Jori Sackin says: Karl Collidge and I have collaborated on a series of one minute animations. This is the first. I…
The surreal music video for Dancing Pigeons’ “Ritalin” was directed by Tomas Mankovsky. Most of the footage in the video was shot with a using a high-speed Phantom camera, at speeds ranging from 400 to a 1000 fps.
Tomas Mankovsky’s new video “Ritalin” for Dancing Pigeons as part of Diesel:U:Music, is a foreboding yet strangely humorous depiction of a seemingly pointless modern day sword ﬁght.
“Duels fascinate me. It used to be a popular thing, but in modern days it has died out. So I thought that probably somewhere in the States, some hillbillies are still doing it, their way.”
Mankovsky has created an aggressive, yet beautiful piece relying on the preconceptions and fears that surround the culture of the stereotypical American rednecks.
Wow! This is super-trippy stuff. I mean, just look at all these colors.
Watch a surreal and trippy music video for the song ‘Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants’, the second single from the British band Wild Beasts' debut album - Limbo Panto. The visual…
Cut Chemist, talented DJ Turntablist, was a former band member of the Latin funk group Ozomatli, and also the hip hop group Jurassic 5. Some of you may remember his small cameo role as a chemistry professor in Juno.
The super-trippy video for his latest track “My 1st Big Break” is supposedly the first commercial music video to be shot with a 360 degree, panoramic camera.
As always, do watch the video in HD if you have the bandwidth to spare.
Watching Masako Yasumoto dance in the hypnotic Omadaka style, left me quite entranced, but seriously creeped my wife out.
Omodaka has been defined as a mutational fusion of music and video developed through trial and error.
I must admit, there were moments when I almost expected her to step out from the computer screen.
Chemical Brothers - The Salmon Dance Video