Joe Vilardi talks about the process of moving Richard Serra’s 40-foot figure eight sculpture “Sequence” from Stanford to SFMOMA in February 2015.
The sculpture will be unveiled as the 214-ton greeter for the new Howard Street Gallery in the expanded museum which opens in 2016.
In the first episode of our new series, Fear and Love, made in collaboration with the Design Museum, British architect John Pawson walks us through his superb reimagining of the former Commonwealth Institute in London’s South Kensington, which this week opens as the new home of the Design Museum. Read more on NOWNESS – bit.ly/2gK5ccQ
A 2-minute version of the animated lesson I have made with TED-Ed. Patrick Lin, one of the TED-Ed educators, navigates the murky ethics of self-driving cars.
Please watch the FULL lesson on
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Lesson / Patrick Lin
Narratation / Addison Anderson
Script Editor / Amy Adkins
Director & Illustration / Yukai Du
2D Animation / Yukai Du, Jiaqi Wang
3D Animation / Kevin O’Shea
Music / Cem Misirlioglu workplaywork.com
Kenneth Frampton (Columbia University), Esra Akcan (Cornell University), and Mark Jarzombek (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) discuss approaches to architectural history today.
Herzog & de Meuron is a partnership led by five Senior Partners – Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, Christine Binswanger, Ascan Mergenthaler and Stefan Marbach. Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron established their office in Basel in 1978. The partnership has grown over the years. An international team of about 420 collaborators is working on more than 50 projects across Europe, North and South America and Asia. Herzog & de Meuron are known for designs that are at once highly inventive and sensitive to the site, geography, and cultural context creating projects that are highly specific to their place and program brief, from the small-scale private home to large-scale public and cultural facilities. The practice has been awarded numerous prizes including The Pritzker Architecture Prize (USA) in 2001, the RIBA Royal Gold Medal (UK) and the Praemium Imperiale (Japan), both in 2007. In 2014, Herzog & de Meuron were awarded the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP) for 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
The exhibition Constantin Brancusi and Richard Serra at Fondation Beyeler brings together the oeuvres of two of the most important sculptors of the 20th Century. About 40 exemplary pieces of Constantin Brancusi meet with important works by Richard Serra such as Strike, Olson, and Fernando Pessoa. More info: vernissage.tv/blog/2011/05/22/constantin-brancusi-and-richard-serra-at-fondation-beyeler/
In 2005, famous designer and architect Maarten van Severen dies. He left us with one of the most extraordinary collections of furniture and several exquisite architectural project but also 4 young sons who carry part of their father’s talent and personality. While we follow the boys’ steps towards a promising future, we reconstruct the tumultuous and tragical life of their father. When his sons get confronted with some of the same challenges and problems as their father, history seams to repeat itself.
Website of the film: maartenvanseverenthefilm.com/
As the life of Tokyo’s iconic Hotel Okura draws to an end, Monocle is granted exclusive access to capture on film the gracious ways of this much-loved modernist gem.
To read the full article on the Hotel Okura, head to www.monocle.com/magazine/issues/75/final-check-out/
School : ISART DIGITAL, the Video Game and 3D Animation / VFX School
The murmurings of the audience grow stronger behind the door.
It’s almost time. His suit is looking sharp. His fingers are warmed up. He is ready for the fight.
Only perfection is tolerated. However, there is more to him than meets the eye.
Let the show begin!
Court métrage d’Animation 3D
Projet de fin d’études
Ecole : ISART DIGITAL, l’école du jeu vidéo et de l’animation 3D-FX
Le bruit sourd du public gronde à travers la porte.
C’est bientôt l’heure. Sa veste est ajustée. Ses doigts sont échauffés. Il est prêt pour le combat.
3D Animation : Gabriel AMAR, Louis DOUCERAIN, Joseph HEU, William MARCERE, Terence TIEU and Morgane VAAST
Music & Sound Design : Dany BLIN, David GUINOT, Laurent KEROMNES, Caroline LAPINTE and Terence TOUSSAINT
Musique : “Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 in C sharp minor, S. 244” écrit par Franz Liszt, interprétée par Lang Lang
Luxury womenswear label Peter Pilotto was the subject of the V&A’s Fashion in Motion which took place on Friday 20 November 2015. Initially founded by Austrian-Italian Peter Pilotto, Belgian-Peruvian Christopher De Vos joined the label in 2007. The duo met studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and now base their label in London. This video takes a look behind the scenes at the catwalk event.
ヴィクトリア&アルバート博物館のイベント「Fashion in Motion」に登場したピーター ピロットのインタビューとメイキング
Man, what an adventure this was. Back in May my friend Zack and I visited Iceland for two weeks– rented a camper van, drove the Ring Road, lived off of dry pasta and peanut butter sandwiches, all of that. And Iceland didn’t disappoint. The place is so varied for one big chunk of land that it’s insane. It’s so different from anything back home: it was like stepping on the moon. The thing about Iceland, however, is that it gets over 1,200,000 visitors a year– an especially impressive number when you consider the fact that the population is only around 330,000. Iceland is no secret. So, though you’ll watch what was my adventure, and how I saw everything, what I’ve got to show you isn’t really new at all.
Because I was not the first.
I added a couple of photos via my Instagram posts (@chehadeboulos) so you could get another sense of what it was like traveling around the Ring Road… so much variety. A full, high quality gallery can be seen on my website at trafalgarfilms.com/iceland/
“Sunlit” by Brad Couture licensed through The Music Bed.
Shot on a Sony a7s, mostly in cine 4 and cine 2 (with maybe an slog2 thrown in here or there). Lenses used include the Rokinon 14mm 2.8, Sigma Art 24 1.4 and 35 1.4, a (now defunct) Canon 50mm 1.8 STM, and the Canon 70-200 2.8 IS II. Drone shots all taken on the DJI Phantom 3 Professional.
The exhibition view of “Koki Tanaka: Possibilities for being together. Their praxis.” at Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, Japan, 2016
documented and edited by ARTISTS’ GUILD.
courtesy of Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito
Participants: Ayaka Kurumada, Emi Shuto, Hiroko Takii, Han Tong-hyon, Yoshihito Tsujimura, Junko Odagi
Facilitators:, Daisuke Awata, Ai Kano, Yoshiko Kasahara, Andrew Maerkle
Facilitator (for participants orientation): Shinichi Yokoyama (kamos)
Director of Photography: Hikaru Fujii (ARTISTS’ GUILD)
Sound and Sound Editor: Ryota Fujiguchi
Camera Operator: Shinya Aoyama
Boom Operator: Tomoya Takashima
Curation, Filming Coordination: Yuu Takehisa (Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito)
Coordination Assistants: Eri Koizumi, Mizuki Usui (Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito)
Assistant to filming coordination: Hitomi Ito
Assistant to filming: Aya Miyazaki
Logistics: Takashi Hirokawa, Yohei Terakado, Daizo Fukushima, Yasuo Kawamata (Art Tower Mito)
Prop: Toshihiko Arimoto (HIGURE 17-15 cas contemporary art studio)
English Subtitles: Dean Shimauchi Translations, Naoko Hamaoka, Masahiro Ochi
Production Cooperation: Vitamin Creative Space (Guangzhou)
Filming Equipment Support: ARTISTS’ GUILD
Reading Workshop Text: Shigeru Matsui Toki no koe (The Voice of Time)
Special Thanks: Aoyama|Meguro (Tokyo), Shigeru Matsui
This project was realized for the occasion of the exhibition “Koki Tanaka: Possibilities for being together. Their praxis.” at Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, Japan, 2016.
A tilt-shift video by Joerg Daiber.
Shot in Cannes, France during the Filmmarket in October 2011. Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lenses.
Music: Saint Saens: Carnival of the Animals. Licensed at Neo Sounds.
You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: gettyimages.de/Search/Search.aspx?contractUrl=2&language=de&family=creative&p=spoonfilm&assetType=film
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Inspired by a childhood spent on the beaches of Cornwall building castles, boats and tunnels in the sand, I decided to return to my favourite beach at Caerhays on the south coast of Cornwall to produce a stool using a primitive form of sand-casting. Molten pewter was poured into a sand mould sculpted directly into the beach by hand, and once cooled the sand was dug away to reveal a pewter stool.
By Max Lamb
マックス・ラムによる砂浜でつくる鋳物のスツール「Hexagonal Pewter Stool」のメイキング
FULL BLOG POST with everything you need to know here!! gopb.co/koh
All shot with the GoPro Hero 3+ in 2.7K mode in either wide or medium (mostly wide) in Protune flat 25p
All shots around the local children at the pier were filmed with my second Phantom fitted with prop guards for extra caution.
This was shot on my holiday (yes my passion is also my job!) alongside some stuff for my GH4 review. Koh Yao Noi is one of the least developed islands in Thailand despite being right in the middle of the most touristic bay there. It’s a little haven of real Thailand with just 18km of roads.
Please read the in depth blog post linked at the top if you are interested in knowing more about what it’s like to fly the Phantom 2 or any part of this film. Here is a little bit of tech info anyway!
Phantom 2 with Zen Muse 2 axis gimbal and FPV. Boscam TX with iOSD with Black Pearl monitor/ receiver
Phantom 2 with Zen Muse 3 axis gimbal and no FPV
Graded with FIlmConvert 10% off with code bloom at gopb.co/filmconvert
and Colorista II 10% off with code bloom10 at gopb.co/redgiant
Fish-eye removed with After Effects optics compensation. More info in blog post.
Yes i had a lot of jello issues. First time. More in my blog post! 🙂
Anyway enjoy this journey to a very different place!
Music courtesy of The Music Bed
Gatlin Elms “For we never knew your beauty”