life in a day+ your day + britain in a day, Childrens drawings into toys, Bristol ‘see no evil’, Japanese audio visual art

Life In A Day is a historic film capturing for future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010.
Executive produced by Ridley Scott and directed by Kevin Macdonald.

Soundtrack available here @ http://goo.gl/N9F6O
 

If today you were to make a contribution to this film, what would your life in today be? Maybe you think it may not be anything special, but this depends on how to approach it. I think you will find that if you look closely at your life in today, I’m sure you will find something very interesting and worthy of a film no matter how small or big a thing.

Following on from the film Life in a Day, this film tells the story of the British public through their own words and footage, captured on Saturday 12th November 2011.

Britain in a day link: https://www.youtube.com/user/britaininaday/None

 

Children’s drawings turned into real toys!! I think an adult would have a difficult time to think some of these up, amazing! The spotty dog and the sheep/face are my favourites.

 

An oddly moving stop-motion animation giving life to inanimate objects using Google maps.

 

LOCAL: Movie on the See No Evil Project- Nelson Street Bristol. We are fortunate in the city of Bristol that the local government is so supportive of street art, apart from the street in this short clip the rest city is also literally covered in street art 🙂

 

Some epic audio/visual moments in this excerpt of Ryoji Ikeda’s Datamatics at MONA FOMA

Ryoji Ikeda is a Japanese sound artist who’s music uses sound in a variety of ”raw” states such as sine tones and noise, often using frequencies at the edges of the range of human hearing. His album +/-  features high frequency sounds that the listener becomes aware of only upon its disappearance.

As always I lake to add a few things that will melt your mind visually so here is  Ryoji Ikeda’s Test Pattern #1101 – Must watch on full screen!

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