Firstly a big shout out to Keith Loutit for inspiring the look of this project. I wrote the music last year, and then recently started taking some time-lapse video from the rooftop of my workplace. Editing the music with the images was actually an afterthought but it kind of worked out.
Shot on a Panasonic HVX200, in 1080 using the interval recording mode. Rate of recording was 1 shot in every 4 or 8 fps. The soft focus look I added afterwards – it ain´t genuine tilt shift – maybe that makes me a fake or a poser or something:-) Hope you enjoy this.
Created by Antrepo Design Industry as “Salt&Pepper Cell” and it is like a D size battery also the dimensions too. Material used is stainless steel and glass, the power indicators on the sides correlate to the amount of spices left in the shakers, before refill time. The color options are Red&Turquoise or Black&white. He is now in a research process to find a partner company for the production process.
Hanger by Spanish designer Ferran Lajara. Climb and reach your jackets, I love it! “Placed several meters above the floor, this hanger transforms the wall in a little mountain that needs to be climbed every time users have to get their jackets.”
A stop motion short film shot with a stills camera in the ceiling pointing straight at the floor. There’s tons of ‘making of’ stuff at the website http://www.sorry-im-late.com
Time lapse video of night sky as it passes over the 2009 Texas Star Party in Fort Davis, Texas. The galactic core of Milky Way is brightly displayed. Images taken with 15mm fisheye lens.