This is beyond belief. A Real head scratcher. The video shows simple oily droplets seemingly turning into lifeforms, so lifelike is their movement and shape. Read more
Since this is a journal of sorts, adding this here for posterity, since Westworld was a show I enjoyed, particularly the first season, season 3 not so much.
As a visual maker and processor this show certainly goes under the visual spectacle tag, with a healthy sprinkling of good sci-fi and excellent storytelling (esp, season 1) for the last part.
p.s. there is almost no media I readily re-watch, re-read, re-do, but this is one show where it is a joy to give it a second viewing once all the spoilers have been revealed, to really marvel at the story unfold.
Best Non-Digital Digi-Art Coolness
Top 5 TV Shows
(2015 EOY Edition)
JUXTAPOSE (a couple of videos)
It’s that time again,
that’s right Murakami Bingo!
With the latest book out, which I’m currently reading, the so far ho hum Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage definitely has all the hallmarks of a good Bingo play so far – I think urban ennui and unusual name were first though train station was most prominent so far. Be sure to check out the whole think on the artists own website and stay tuned for a full review.
An unusual angle on the Big Apple courtesy of Tim Skylarov.
I’m always posting nostalgia inducing videos of nyc,
but Chicago has some amazing architecture, and
an amazing lake, that combo is hard to compete with.
I’ve often thought about how to bring digital effects to a live performance. What are the characteristics of something being digital and how to translate those ideas to something in front of a live audience. I think this certainly shows some of the possibilities. Really nicely done in that regard.