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Centered: This Supercut Gets to the Heart of Wes Anderson’s Symmetrical Film Styling

Wednesday 03.19.2014 , Posted by
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If you’ve ever seen a Wes Anderson film, there’s no doubt you’ve noticed his highly stylized version of film making. From quirky characters and theatrical set design, to a heavy use of graphic design and… everything being centered. That’s what a filmmaker who goes by Kogonada noticed, and then made this fantastic supercut of Wes Anderson moments with a dotted line showing their incredible, addictive, immaculate: symmetry. [Read more…]

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LOTR & The Hobbit in Watercolors & Tea Stains

Friday 05.31.2013 , Posted by

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Second only to A Tale of Two Cities, The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien is the second best selling novel ever written. The popularity of this amazing fairy tale and its predecessor The Hobbit, along with the screen adaptations and action figures has brought about some amazing fan art, like the paintings featured here by deviantARTist Kinko-White. Her watercolor and tea stain paintings capture some of the best characters, bringing the fantasy to life on the paper along side some memorable quotes. [Read more…]

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The Fitzroy: Film Project Set in the Post-Apocalyptic 50s

Thursday 12.06.2012 , Posted by

An exciting film set in an alternate post-apocalyptic 1950s, is looking for support through crowdfunding site Kickstarter. Andrew Harmer, an emerging writer and director from the the UK, has everything he needs: a script, a passionate team, and a great location for his feature film “The Fitzroy.” Well, almost everything. The team is trying to raise $96,550 to make the film a reality. So far, they have raised almost 40,000 and there are 17 days left to go. [Read more…]

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The Princess Bride: Inconceivably Fun Illustrations

Thursday 10.18.2012 , Posted by

While there are just about a million illustrations out there which have fun with the characters of Star Wars, The Big Lebowski and pretty much every rendition of the Batman Movies, it isn’t often you find drawings from the cult classic film The Princess Bride. Here to feed your hunger is Nathan W Pyle, creating some not-so-serious illustrations from a similarly not-so-serious film. You’ll find more at nathanwpyle.com. [Read more…]

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Visual Bits #273 > Movies That Stay Classy

Monday 09.17.2012 , Posted by

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Removies: Movie Posters Missing One Letter

Wednesday 09.05.2012 , Posted by

What happens when you take a classic movie and remove just one letter? The results turn out to be very entertaining and the perfect subject for some great movie poster remixes. Cape Fear gets a primitive reworking, Jurassic Park goes biblical and Dawn of the Dead goes absolutely fatherly… and all it takes is one missing letter. [Read more…]

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Visual Bits #254> Rockin’ Star Wars Art

Sunday 08.19.2012 , Posted by



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Your Favorite Movies Remixed into An Audio Playground

Thursday 06.21.2012 , Posted by

It’s hard to get enough of these amazingly beautiful movie remixes from audio/visual master Pogomix. It’s not so much about the video here though, but more about the intricate audio collages remixed from the sounds in each film. Pogomix does this adeptly, creating electronic music which sweeps us away into a nostalgic sugar high, reminding us of our youth and tickling our ears with smooth sine wave bass. He’s taken such hits as Hook, Harry Potter and about every Disney Princess movie, and created extremely catchy tunes using sounds from the films. [Read more…]

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Rear Window Exposed: The Movie Set in One Frame

Thursday 04.05.2012 , Posted by

With a little dissecting, Photoshop and After Effects, Jeff Desom reveals the entirety of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” set. For all of you who have seen this film, you will understand why this panoramic view is so fascinating. As the plot flowed from window to window in the original film, the world on the movie screen seemed so much larger. Now we can not only see the entire set, but also see the events of the movie happening in sync with the actual movie plot. [Read more…]

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TRON: Japanese Style!

Thursday 03.15.2012 , Posted by

Tron is back… in Japan! This beautifully choreographed 5 minute clip of Tron inspired goodness shows 8 dancers in full Tron-like suits that turn on and off. As they move, they come together, disappear, only to reappear somewhere else. It is an exceptionally well done dance piece and inspires new ideas for dances whether at a school play, a theater or a communal gathering such as Burning Man. Enjoy the show! [Read more…]

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