Don't cry over spilt ink
Court-métrage d'animation de fin d'études (promotion 2013).
By: WayGroovy | Sep 11th, 2014 (8:35 AM) | Thanks: teryakisan
They didn't stay inside the lines
By: WayGroovy | Sep 3rd, 2014 (11:30 AM) | Thanks: PowerWindows
un film avec des boules
By: WayGroovy | Aug 27th, 2014 (3:32 PM) | 18+ | Thanks: The Gunfish
A strange but beautiful short film starring Alan Rickman
Just another period western meta comedy short film. Featuring the mellifluous voice of Nick Offerman
From Wikipedia: "'Time' is the 1,190th strip of Randall Munroe's webcomic xkcd. Beginning with a single frame published at midnight on March 25, 2013, the image was updated periodically for 123 days, ending on July 26 with a total of 3,099 unique images." Given recent events, those who are interested may want to check out this link, which animates the frames of the comic to form a cohesive story.
By: WayGroovy | Aug 19th, 2014 (2:51 PM) | Thanks: harvey danger
Get a glimpse of the action on the grounds (and in the air) right on your computer, tablet, or smartphone through the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh webcams.
Superbly-crafted, surreal, student animation. Whoa.
By: calvinhobbes | Jul 27th, 2014 (8:36 PM) | Thanks: whales
Photographer shoots Civil War reenactment and edits it to simulate period photography.
with Pharrell's "Happy".
during WWII when americans abandoned 500 cars and left the country
By: WayGroovy | Jul 14th, 2014 (9:27 AM) | Thanks: butterknife
A fast moving short film....
One woman has her photo photoshopped in 25 different countries. The different 'standards of beauty' is interesting to compare from picture to picture.
The United States submission is ridiculous.
Ever seen a man wearing a Mentos suit get dropped into a dunk tank filled with Diet Coke?
that Disney wouldn't touch with a ten-foot mouse.
By: WayGroovy | Jun 16th, 2014 (1:26 PM) | Thanks: Bebblebrox
Real time use of emoticons on twitter.
Very interesting read about 15 minutes of fame.
A new series, presented by NY Times Op-Docs, transforms word for word legal transcripts into dramatic, and often comedic, performances. In this dramatization of transcripts from a legal deposition, a lawyer becomes embroiled in an argument about the definition of a photocopier. Hilarity ensues.
A photographer who snapped what could be the world's only girl hunting with a golden eagle says watching her work was an amazing sight.
What do you call a woman writhing on the floor....... Art?.....k
By: Dugpitz | Apr 9th, 2014 (8:19 AM) | Thanks: teharteest
Dance company 'Enra' employs light projection and animation to awesome effect.
Infrared filtered time lapse of Philadelphia
The Army's Giant Hidden Treasure Room
There is a special place in the world where the venn diagram of Dr Who fans intersects with My Little Pony fans AND with
knitting crochet enthusiasts. This is that place.
By: WayGroovy | Feb 4th, 2014 (2:52 PM)
A photographers amazing custom scanning Greg allows him to take awesome photos of subway trains.
Takahide Hori spent four years making the 30-minute, stop-motion horror film Junk Head 1. It follows a human sent underground to investigate a world filled with freakish people and vicious monsters. [editors note, i didn't watch the whole thing, my eyes hurt.]
"These illustrations of popular characters are just that, badass. My favourites are Ducktails and Tin Tin." Traverses and IdentityOne submitted these seconds apart.
This film has been written symmetrically: the second half is strictly like the first, but played backwards and mirrored. The second part doesn't act like a simple rewinding, but as the following of the first. It explores all sorts of symmetry: compositions, shapes, sounds and music, scenario, colors, actions, time...