Two Renaud Hallée Videos = Must See!

23 04 2010

Title: Sonar
Description: “Falling objects synchronized to produce rhythm”


Title: Gravity
Description: “Rhythmic cycle w/ abstract animation”


– By Renaud Hallée

EepyBird’s Sticky Note Experiment

21 04 2010

From the creators of the Diet Coke and Mentos experiment, Eepy Bird show us how to have fun with sticky notes.


Want to do some of these stupefying post-it moves yourself? No problem:

The Waterfall:


The Pinwheel:


The Sidewriter:


– All by Eepy Bird


20 04 2010

Noteboek (English title: Notebook) consists of 4 short experimental films where I try to confuse the reality.
In these films, illusions and expectations are challenged.

Noteboek is a short film and part of my graduation project.


– By Evelien Lohbeck


20 04 2010


– By Firekites
– Directed by Lucinda Schreiber and Yanni Kronenberg.

How to Make a Baby

20 04 2010


Take two people, add a little hot air, and boom! It’s that simple. Photographed over a period of nine months in our home in San Francisco.

– By Cassidy Curtis and Raquel Coelho

Dominoes Everywhere

19 04 2010


This video was created for Imagine RIT, an annual festival at Rochester Institute of Technology focused on creativity and innovation of its students, faculty, and staff. It was created by myself and two coworkers.

The cardboard man at the beginning who kicks the first domino is RIT President Bill Destler, who started the annual festival at RIT in 2008.

Inspiration for the video came from some of my favorite videos including the Sony Bravia balls, paint, and rabbits commercials; the Honda cog commercial; the Guinness ‘Tipping Point’ commercial; and all of FlippyCat’s domino videos on YouTube.

Special thanks to everyone in RIT University Publications who helped with setup and cleanup.

– By Jared Lyon for the Imagine RIT festival.

Extreme Sheep Herding

18 04 2010

– By Samsung, James Rouse and Gerry Lewis

PACOVOLUME CookieMachine

14 04 2010

What an interestingly odd song for such an artistically inclined music video:


– By Discograph

Sorry I’m Late

14 04 2010

Shot from above in good ol’ stop-motion fashion.

– Made by Tomas Mankovsky

– Music Composed by Keith Kenniff
If you thought the credits didn’t show you enough on how this vid was made, then check out the creators website here for more:  Sorry I’m Late.

Fifty Three

13 04 2010

“A music video for the New York based band Taxi Taxi. From the upcoming record Splitting Signals.”


Director/Animator: Ian Hutchinson
Music/star: Terence Bernardo