Breaking The Mold … Being Different

March 19, 2021

Gabriel and Sergio Twardowski recreate the emotion of music in an interesting stop-motion.

There are numerous past joys that we’ve had to give up in our socially estranged present, but for many, the foremost of them is the thrill of being part of a live music crowd. Director brothers Gabriel and Sergio Twardowski are intimately familiar with having accompanied and captured Brazilian DJ Alok’s sets around the world over the past four years. Confined indoors due to Brazil’s coronavirus lockdown measures, the brothers set themselves the gigantic task of excavating 30 terabytes of material to create an engaging stop-motion video as a gift for Alok and fans of concerts at Alok Memories. The aesthetics present for the video caught our attention, since it is a video made with “stop motion” but in a very traditional way that achieves very attractive results, perfectly applicable to other concepts. 4 months of research on 30TB of materials (900 hours of images) – 660+ prints – 6 days of stopmotion
September 30, 2020

What makes a content viral? Here some guides to achieve it.

In a perfect world, audiences who see my content would be as excited to share, but unfortunately, that’s not the world we live in. We need to readjust our understanding of the term “viral” as it relates to content marketing, and extend the meaning beyond empty numbers and vanity metrics to create real value. We need to focus on content that’s extremely interesting and relevant to an audience who will potentially buy your products, talk about your product or service, and derive significant value from using your products. Your content strategies need to be data-driven. Today when content creation is in overdrive, simply creating great content is not enough.
February 28, 2019

Art and Business Are Colliding… with Branding at the Epicenter.

Art and business are colliding, with branding at the epicenter of this integration. Brands are looking to venture further into artistic-based communications, reflecting their design-conscious consumers.
March 20, 2019

Brandon Li saw a city racing to the future.

Brandon Li spent a month in Seoul and saw a city racing to the future. Here's the film he made with the help of the great people he met along the way...
September 20, 2017

The imaginary world of Candaş Şişman. Animation + Art.

We present the imaginary world of Candaş Şişman. Animation + Art! We invite you to see his interesting work below ...
March 18, 2021

The digital revolution mean better art? This is the question addressed by world’s most influential creators.

The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world's most influential creators of the digital era. We invite you to see the documentary .... click below to see it!
August 22, 2019

Emotional intelligence – Short film by Dennis Sungmin Kim

WALL-E meets Don Hertzfeldt in Dennis Sungmin Kim’s ei: emotional intelligence – an 8-minute animation showcasing promise of an exciting new talent in the field. In this gorgeously-animated, experimental meditation on existential questions, the young filmmaker explores the significance of love in an unspecified future with his first film at the University of Pennsylvania. Putting an ironic spin on the term “lab rats”, a group of scientists create the artificial unit Arthur, which has the ability to feel emotions and is therefore known as an EI (as in “emotional intelligence”) – compared to the more common AI.
September 18, 2019

Herbie Hancock: Buddhism and Creativity

In his memoir, “Possibilities,” Herbie Hancock describes the single most illuminating moment in his jazz career. It came when he was very young, playing keyboard with Miles Davis. During the show, Hancock suddenly played a chord he called, “so wrong” that he was stunned into momentary silence. “But Miles didn’t judge it,” he said in an interview with Jared Bowen. “He paused and played a few notes that suddenly made it work.” It took years for Hancock to integrate that moment into his personal musicianship—to learn not to judge the work—but it changed everything he did. The concept of going into the unfamiliar in art has fascinated me for a while—I even wrote an awkward analysis of Neil Young’s forays in a post called, The Unexpected Note, when I had even less knowledge of music. But I think the arts are all connected, and we will get to the answers sooner if we take multiple routes.
September 2, 2020
Metro Trains one of the Best ads of the 21th Century

Metro Trains: Dumb Ways to Die, one of the Best ads of the 21th Century.

“Dumb Ways to Die” tapped into two elements that are loved almost universally: catchy music and cute cartoon characters. Add some really black humor into the mix and you get the beginnings of a cult classic.