A new studio to me, KIN design are an interaction studio in the heart of London responsible for the Wallpaper*custom cover project earlier this year. They also created this reactive sound form video for Werkdiscs artist and boss Actress (who released one of my albums of this year in Splazsh)
Max Hattler decided to portray‚ in an stunningly abstracted manner‚ the whole universe on ONE huge disk that is rotating at the same speed throughout (it rotates at 7400 degrees per second!). In his words “the camera is zooming out continuously from the centre of the disk (the beginning of time, the big bang) until the whole disk is in view (the here and now, current age of the universe). It means there is an underlying unchanging speed that rules everything.”
Best watched in full screen with the lights off and your headphones on.
Swimming in the vast sea of Tumblr blogrolls like a tranquil blue whale is If we don’t, remember me, an animated gif blog dedicated to small details from film and cinema. Not your usual aggregated nonsensicals.
Stunning video directed by Nick Knight and set to an exclusive soundtrack by Björk celebrating the breathtaking imagination and groundbreaking designs of Lee Alexander McQueen. A moving and beautiful tribute . Visit SHOWstudio to watch the piece. (via @cloakXdagger )
This is the full projection mapping sequence from the HP ePrint & TRON: Legacy Experience on the the roof of the QEH on London’s Southbank, which is on from late November – early Dec 2010.
The work was created by Guided Collective in collaboration with Flat-e / Seeper (animation and projection mapping) and Si Begg (sound design and re-jigged elements from Daft Punk’s TRON: Legacy soundtrack) as an immersive visual spectacle augmented with snippets from Daft Punk’s soundtrack and orignal sound FX from the film.