Archive for ‘Video’

14 April 2013

Daft Punk – Get lucky teaser, featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers

And so, here they finally are… grooving with their brand new Yves Saint Laurent outfits, in their shiny new Get Lucky teaser, featuring Pharrell Williams et Nile Rodgers. You can pre-order the album Random Access Memories on iTunes.

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Alors les voilà finalement… en action avec leurs tous nouveaux kits Yves Saint Laurent, dans leur tout nouveau et étincelant teaser Get Lucky, en collaboration avec Pharrell Williams et Nile Rodgers. Pour acheter l’album Random Access Memories en pré-vente, c’est sur iTunes.

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27 February 2013

A Millions Times by Humans since 1982

A Million Times” is a new project by humans since 1982. It’s similar to their The Clock Clock project, this time they’ve used 288 clocks which can be controlled by an iPad. We’ve seen stuff like this before, but it’s still mesmerizing.

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Via today and tomorrow.

15 February 2013

My Number by Foals

It seems like Julie Joliat got a video for her “connect the dot” agendas ; ) By Foals.

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13 July 2012

The Weather Yeasterday by Troika

London design studio Troika have been poking fun at the British obsession with the weather with their lighting installation in an east London park. The LED lights on the five-metre-high installation change throughout the day to depict conditions from the same time the previous day, so passers-by can see whether the weather is better or worse.

Via dezeen.

26 March 2012

A 22nd of march in Montreal by Bill Kesr Films

On March 22, 2012, Montreal saw the largest protest rally of its history. On that day, over 200,000 people took to the streets. First a student movement seeking to protest against a 75% hike in tuition fees, the movement grew and became a true social movement, questioning how truly accessible knowledge is in North American societies.

Despite this historic gathering, Quebec’s government still refuses to open a dialogue. Without dialogue, there is no democracy.

Together, we can create change.

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Le 22 mars 2012, Montréal a connu le plus grand rassemblement de protestation de son histoire. Ce jour-là, plus de 200 000 personnes sont descendues dans les rues. D’abord un mouvement étudiant visant la protestation contre une hausse de 75% des frais de scolarité, le mouvement a grandi et est devenu un véritable mouvement social, questionnant largement l’accessibilité au savoir dans les sociétés nord-américaines.

En dépit de cette rencontre historique, le gouvernement du Québec refuse toujours d’ouvrir un dialogue. Sans dialogue, il n’y a pas de démocratie.

Ensemble, nous pouvons changer les choses.

Via Think Outside the Box.

Music/musique : “Dan Dan”, Misteur Valaire

Here is also a time lapse video of the protest, via Journal de Montréal. / Vous trouverez aussi sur le site du Journal de Montréal un vidéo de la manifestation en accéléré.

15 February 2012

Years by Bartholomäus Traubeck

Interesting project. I’m curious about the process between wood reading and the music that outputs.. in a not so cacophonic way.

A tree’s year rings are analysed for their strength, thickness and rate of growth. This data serves as basis for a generative process that outputs piano music. It is mapped to a scale which is again defined by the overall appearance of the wood (ranging from dark to light and from strong texture to light texture). The foundation for the music is certainly found in the defined ruleset of programming and hardware setup, but the data acquired from every tree interprets this ruleset very differently. – Bartholomäus Traubeck.

Via Triangulation Blog.

25 January 2012

Yelle video Comme un enfant, directed by Jérémie Saindon

Ok… I’m not very up to date with this post, I’ve heard the song this fall… but I hadn’t seen the video. This looks a lot like videos from Lucy McRae and This Is It Collective. I just like this kind of aesthetic. Vibrant pastel colors, weird positions and huge cardboard body parts.

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17 January 2012

Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola

Oh ! The next movie to see in theater ! What kind of bird are you ?

Via Booooooom.

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