Natural Films by Style Design Japan

I picked up these two short films by Tatsuo Yamamoto, owner of a website in Japan called Style Design. From what I can translate and decipher he owns a business that produces design work and on the side he’s an avid photographer and filmmaker. Or maybe it’s merged altogether, who knows. I titled these “Natural Films” as I think it sums up the category pretty well and presents you with something different to the norm. Recently we’ve posted a lot …

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Hand-Eye Supply Store Film by Justin Koleszar

Located in Portland, Oregon, Hand-Eye Supply is a small store for “creative types” that stocks a selection of the basic tools to get involved in creative work. For example, pens, pencils, paper, cutters, wrenches, and lots of other workwear type garments for craft work. “It is a lifestyle store but for what you do, so it is a Workstyle store.” A local Filmmaker named Justin Koleszar has been collaborating with certain …

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Short Documentary From Kris Van den Bulck
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Film student Kris Van den Bulck recently produced this interesting project in which he introduces Belgian Cartoonist Jangojim, I thought it was well put together and had some nice elements incorporated so here it is for all of us to view. I’m pretty sure this is the first time we’ve included this type of artist before, but I have to admit I quite enjoy the quirkiness of Jangojim’s work – this is a bit of a guilty pleasure on my part. The young artist talks us through how …

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Dieter Rams, Cold War Modern Film by V&A

Three years old, don’t stress it, this video featuring Dieter Rams is beyond timeless and really homes in on why this designer is so revered. A designers designer for sure. The Victoria and Albert Museum filmed this quite a while back as a teaser to the Cold War Modern exhibition, but I absolutely love the choppiness of the piece and the switching between a clear and modern picture then changing over to more of a grainy one with close ups of his hands and …

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The Narrows by Johannes M Schwarz

It seems like a large chunk of the creatives that I follow have opted to head to the mountains this summer and sample a little of what nature has to offer. So when I came across the profile of Johannes M Schwarz and the beautiful scenery found in his short piece “The Narrows” I knew there would be a good chance it would be a hit with all of you creatively minded people. Johannes explains he shot this in perhaps the most famous hiking trail …

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A History Of The Title Sequence by Jurjen Versteeg

I want to turn everyones undivided attention to this beautifully shot short from Dutch motion graphic designer Jurjen Versteeg which he has created in aid of his final year of study. The concept of the project is a quite fascinating one which derived out of creatives Jurjen has been influenced and …

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Mad Dogs and Englishmen from Moth Collective

Join us as we get wrapped up in the nostalgia of a quintessential British summers day, presented to us through the animated talents of Moth collective’s very own Daniel Chester. This handrawn animation is acompanied by a fantastic audio montage which really does set the whole piece off nicely while also maintaining an …

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Imagery From Shinya

I wanted to draw everyone’s attention to the beautiful imagery over on Flickr by Shinya, a film photographer with an eye for capturing beauty in both human form and also the surroundings that he comes across. His images are full of rich colour which are quite subtle in tone and are far from over powering, everything feels so natural and …

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