Australian electro-pop band Miami Horror’s latest video, directed by Lachlan Dickie, is weird in the best way. “Cellophane” from their sophomore album All Possible Futures features a bunch of people with Inspector Gadget-like limbs. Watch the video below.View the whole post: Music Video: Miami Horror “Cellophane” over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Visionary director Nabil and United Realities utilized GoPro cameras to shoot a spherical video for Foals’ “Mountain At My Gates”. You can view the video below (in Chrome) but to really get the full effect you should open it in the … Continue reading →View the whole post: Interactive Music Video: Foals “Mountain At My Gates” over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Vimeo user dono pays tribute to Hayao Miyazaki, seamlessly blending animation from various films and music by Joe Hisaishi with original 3D segues. Watch the video below!View the whole post: Animation of the Day: Wonderful 3D Miyazaki Tribute over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Some new paintings by artist Hannah Stouffer, from her show currently up at Paradigm Gallery. More images below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Hannah Stouffer over on BOOOOOOOM!.
The Nitric Oxide Pleasure ConnectionCreate More Pleasure In Your Life After Menopause Dr. Christiane Northrup Jul 30, 2015 at 05:45 PM Who doesn’t want to experience the maximum amount of pleasure in life? After all, fun is important. It keeps you ageless. What if I told you that a sing...read full story RSS The Christiane Northrup Blog
Officially passed the point of being able to refer to these as music videos. Whatever Florence Welch and director Vincent Haycock are creating is just getting bigger. Check out the 4th (“Queen of Peace”) and 5th (“Long and Lost”) instalments from … Continue reading →View the whole post: Music Video: Florence and the Machine “Queen of Peace” and “Long and Lost” over on BOOOOOOOM!.
By Leo Babauta In any given moment, many of us are thinking about what we’re not doing. We feel guilty that we’re not doing more. Worried that we’re not as productive as we could be. Guilty that we procrastinate. We feel guilty that we don’t exercise more, eat right, have better bodies. We worry that […]
I love these bizarre paintings by Danish artist Peter Martensen. I find the odd scaling of some of the characters and the vague situations really intriguing. Have a look at lots more of his work below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Peter Martensen over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Japanese animator Hiraoka Masanobu returns with another mind-melting surreal feast for the eyes. Masanobu’s style is so recognizable now and yet the films remain as unpredictable as they always were. Watch the animation below.View the whole post: Trippy Animation of the Day: Hiraoka Masanobu’s Spectacular New Short over on BOOOOOOOM!.
American photographer Gail Albert Halaban explores the voyeuristic draw of window watching by staging interior shots of people at home, taken from a distance. More images below.View the whole post: Photographer Gail Albert Halaban over on BOOOOOOOM!.
If you’re gonna be in Vancouver October 16 + 17, I’ve been invited to speak at a two-day festival here called Blend. It sounds like it’s going to be more of a party than a conference, for lovers of animation but also other creative … Continue reading →View the whole post: I’m speaking at Blend! over on BOOOOOOOM!.
The best thing on Etsy right now: Matt Leines’ made-to-order skeletons. For a limited time only, the Brooklyn-based artist is taking personal requests for Grim Reaper drawings that will eventually be included in a future book project. See more of … Continue reading →View the whole post: The Best Thing on Etsy Right Now: Matt Leines’ Made-To-Order Skeletons over on BOOOOOOOM!.
A selection of digital works by Chicago-based illustrator Nigel Evan Dennis. More images below.View the whole post: Illustrator Spotlight: Nigel Evan Dennis over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Image via Motionographer Here’s an addictive little iOS game for all you designers out there who feel you have a discerning eye for colour! You can test yourself to see just how accurate those eyeballs of yours really are. Specimen … Continue reading →View the whole post: iOS Game of the Day: Specimen over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Currently on display at Shatin Park in Hong Kong,”Kaleidome” is a brightly coloured, stainless-steel structure that children can play on. Passersby can also gaze through it and see their surroundings reflected back in kaleidoscopic effect. It isn’t just fun though! Designed by … Continue reading →View the whole post: Computer Generated “Kaleidome” over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Directed by David Strindberg, the music video for Vitamin’s track “Giving It Up” features a good old fashioned video fight. Like a water fight… only more effect-y. Watch below!View the whole post: Music Video: Vitamin “Giving It Up” over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Quite a unique style to this animation by Oleg Morozow and Arkady Kravchouk (The Happy Drummers) graduates of Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. Apparently the effect was achieved through a combination of 3D animation and the use … Continue reading →View the whole post: Animation: The Happy Drummers “J. Balance” over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Wonderfully detailed paintings by Japanese artist Naomi Okubo. More images of Okubo’s work below!View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Naomi Okubo over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Filmmaker Danny Cooke’s short documentary, Kinabuhi, is a beautiful portrait of a group of Filipino coconut farmers whose livelihood is in doubt. Plenty of gorgeous shots in this short documentary to draw you right in. I was immediately struck by how dangerous these farmers jobs … Continue reading →View the whole post: Video of the Day: Kinabuhi – A Portrait of Filipino Coconut Farmers over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Yung Cheng Lin’s recent photographs feature her usual precision and extreme contortions while taking on the issue of female body modification. Each image contains a persistent red string, digitally manipulated to look like it’s been threaded through the women’s skin. See more of … Continue reading →View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Yung Cheng Lin over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Lilian Garcia-Roig’s paintings are wonderfully dense, in both colour and texture. See more images of her latest work below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Lilian Garcia-Roig over on BOOOOOOOM!.
“What do machines sing of?” is a project by artist Martin Backes that features a machine not only programmed to perform pop hits from the likes of Whitney Houston and Celine Dion, but to mimic the ballads’ emotional intensity. Click below to watch … Continue reading →View the whole post: 90s Forever over on BOOOOOOOM!.
VSCO’s new music platform Venue kicks off with a gorgeous feature on Leon Bridges performing “Coming Home” at the Old Bronx Courthouse. Directed by photographer Rog Walker & Street Etiquette, the video is based on Bridges’ one-take performance inside the … Continue reading →View the whole post: Leon Bridges performing “Coming Home” at the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse over on BOOOOOOOM!.
By Leo Babauta This morning my son Seth woke up, gave me my morning hug, and then I told him that he and I are gods. We’re the Gods of This Day, and we have the power to make today one of the most amazing days ever. We don’t have unlimited power, but we have […]
Paintings by New York-based artist Sam Wolfe Connelly. Found via our July Reader Submissions. More images below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Sam Wolfe Connelly over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Canadian photographer Matt Molloy had the brilliant idea of taking a bunch of time-lapsed photos and digitally stacking them together. The result is an amazing, brush-stroke-like effect. See more images of Molloy’s “timestack” technique below!View the whole post: What Happens When Time-lapse Photos Are Digitally Stacked Together over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Beautiful, all-black oil paintings by Karen Gunderson. Her works are only visible when the light hits them and change as the viewers move. See more of Gunderson’s “Water” images below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Karen Gunderson over on BOOOOOOOM!.
If this is what happens when two (extremely talented) people get up in the wee hours of the morning and decide to create something, then everyone needs to be doing this. No permits. 3 takes. Watch Nathan Mitchell dance it up … Continue reading →View the whole post: Dance of the Day: Fred Astaire with a stomach full of Corn Chips and Valium over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Colourful and slightly abstract geometrical landscapes by German artist Torben Giehler. See more images from Giehler’s “Mountainscapes” series below.View the whole post: Artist Spotlight: Torben Giehler over on BOOOOOOOM!.
Peruvian artist Iván Sikic addresses the growing income gap through an installation involving 99 balloons, one gilded brick, and 7000 thumbtacks. While events like Occupy Wallstreet brought the fact that 1% of the population controls the majority of the world’s wealth … Continue reading →View the whole post: 99 Balloons, 1 Brick of Gold, 7000 Thumbtacks over on BOOOOOOOM!.
“Horizon” draws attention to our limited perspectives but also the importance of overcoming limitations and expanding our worldview. Watch Gianluca Scuderi’s ode to horizon lines below!View the whole post: Video of the Day: Horizon over on BOOOOOOOM!.
“Show & Tell” is an ongoing series where we invite talented people to highlight a work by someone they admire on Instagram. If you would like to be considered for this series, leave a comment below with a link to … Continue reading →View the whole post: Instagram Show & Tell: Jennilee Marigomen shares her favourite image by Nguan over on BOOOOOOOM!.