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Jan Svankmajer, who have influenced artists such as Tim Burton and Terry Gilliam, is a Czech filmmaker. This surrealist artist’s exaggerated sounds and speed-up sequences make his work all the more fascinating, creating a disturbing nature. In his films and stop-motion animations usually  food and eating has a significant role. Arcimboldo-like heads,  weird situations and [...]


Rafael Rozendaal is a visual artist who uses the internet as his canvas. The multifaceted work of the Dutch-Brazilian artist culminates in his colorful work called In to time. Just click on the screen and produce your own art piece. The perfect time killer!

For all those who get bored by rectangles, here’s a 45° version of it.

Such a Heavenly Way to Die

Spike Jonze: Mourir Auprès de Toi on


Even if you didn’t experience it by yourself, most of you will have heard about last year’s The Artist is Present performance retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art in New York where artist Marina Abramovi? (Yugoslav, b. 1946) created a unique audience experience: a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat [...]


… and draw a stickman!


Norman McLaren was one of the most significant abstract filmmakers of the British inter-war period. Born in 1914 in Stirling, Scotland, he entered the Glasgow School of Fine Arts in 1932, where he became interested in film and joined the School’s Kine Society. He became a pioneer of 3D film and sound experiments in [...]


Summers without a football cup always feel a little empty, so in the meantime, there are two great little animations by Richard Swarbrick reliving two memorable games of the past season. Great animation, great music, apparently also by the animator himself. (via It’s Nice That)


Now, this reminds of someone I’ve been wanting to introduce for some time to our pastures, namely Mr. Karl Kliem, who’s been experimenting with synchronized visuals to music for, oh, ages. I first stumbled across his work when he created the mesmerizing visuals to Carsten Nicolai’s and Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Insen tour, and have been a [...]

See the music

Iberian folklore may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but the visual twist by Stephen Malinowski fascinates haunts me. And there is more, from late baroque raves to winter tunes. Music lover gone wild in code, he created an ipad app as well. And there’s still so much to do.

Graphic St. Petersburg

On the night of 13 June 2010, Viagra,.. ‘Voina Group‘ turned St. Petersburg’s Liteyney Bridge into a graphic message to the Federal Security Service offices at 4 Liteyney Prospekt – half a minute before it was raised. Sure, childish in its way, but scaled to a remarkable level.