Video teaser for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s website :
Category Archives: Motion
For the launch of the Galaxy SII in France, Samsung brought JayFunk, the internet Finger Tutting phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Paris to deliver an incredible and surprising choreography.
Mike Skinner has unveiled an interactive YouTube film to accompany The Streets final album, Computers And Blues.
In the video, after Mike wakes up, you make the decisions, wake up and get food or sleep on? Etc..
At face value (aside from the clumsy Doritos product placement) the execution is fairly slick. But ultimately, it’s a bit lightweight and doesn’t take long take to go through several scenarios. I guess if you’re into the music that’s enough to keep you exploring. Otherwise? Well I don’t really care if Mike goes to the shops or finishes his smokes.
Not really sure of the point of this one, but I thought it was still pretty cool. Jarashi Suki has created a set of dominoes that interact wirelessly.
Duesseldorf, Germany-based photographer Jakob Wagner sure knows how to make a city look like a living, breathing being. Using long exposure and Photoshop, he’s created a spectacular series called Urban Zoom. Shot in various cities around the world including Amsterdam and New York.
Have a look at the rest here.
Short but sweet motion reel from D-sign. Awesome music too.
Last night in central London, Ralph Lauren staged a 4D projection on their flagship store in New Bond Street. The Ralph Lauren projection was to celebrate 10 years in digital and architectural mapping enabled the giant projection to work across the Ralph Lauren flagship London store front. Witnesses were treated to spectacular effects with 50ft models, racing horses and the like and even scented mist to complete the experience.