Ruby is a jaw-dropping time-lapse video, created by London-based body artist Emma Allen, exploring the idea of rebirth and illustrating the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. To make this 75 seconds video, Allen uses her face as a canvas, painting and photographing her own face over a period of five days. In the video, Allen just ages in front of you and progress from a skeleton to flowers until finally she becomes a leopard. Even though the decay parts is a bit grizzly but it is truly amazing work and worth watching for sure.
Fingered, created by Dave Razor is a short film about fingers with a rather unexpected ending. Shot on a Nikon D7000 on a green screen and edited in After Effects, Dave successfully created this little creepy movement full of fingers and bizarre sounds. Not quite sure what the artist try to express. But it is still amazing by looking at the video itself.
Vine is a smartphone app that makes up to six-second long clips that play back on a loop, which might seems not enough for some people. While Twitter video producer Ian Padgham has elevated the format to an art and making Vine videos to a whole new level. The litter wooden mannequin in Ian’s video are capable of doing so many things: clean the kitchen, make the bed or grind coffee. Take a look at these awesome videos and if you ever wonder how he did that, Ian has a few helpful tutorial videos.
This amazing stop-motion music video was created by Polish music video maestros Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski for Japanese singer-songwriter Shugo Tokumaru. Thousands of cut paper and foam-core silhouettes are filmed frame-by-frame in this stop-motion animation masterpiece. The energetic visuals centre around a constant succession of brightly colored cut-outs featuring a dancing man morphing into an array of imaginative shapes. It is an pleasure to enjoy Shugo Tokumaru’s music and the beautiful animated visuals together. Now, sit back and turn up volume. [source]