Thursday, April 25, 2013

V is for (Creative) Videos

Happy Thursday! Can you believe we have only four more letters to go in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge? ☺

My inspiration today comes from the interesting and innovative videos I find on YouTube. I'd like to feature two of my favorites today. I've posted both of them in the past year or so, but I think they're exceptional and definitely worth posting again! I hope you enjoy them.

The first video comes from UK-based filmmakers Luke White and Remi Weekes. Known as Tell No One, the duo posts videos of their experiments with in-motion sculpture and other video techniques. You can see more examples of their work at their Web site, found here.



I'm absolutely in love with this second video, which was filmed for A Fine Frenzy's "Sleepwalking." It's done using stop-motion techniques, and I think it's creative and magical and beautifully done. ☺


Lyrics here.

My daily haiku is now up at the Pulitzer Remix site. You can find it here. A big thanks to those of you who are reading and commenting. I appreciate your support!


Wishing you all a magical Thursday. ☺

46 comments:

  1. I can't tell you how much I am enjoying your videos and blog as a whole, really. You always have something interesting I've never seen or heard of before.

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    1. Thanks so much, Melanie. I appreciate that. :)

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  2. I love A Fine Frenzy....did you know she toured around our area last year? My favorite some is Almost Lover. These videos are wonderful.

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    1. How cool! Did you get to see her? I don't know that song, but I'll look it up. Thanks!

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  3. i have seen the second video--it's wonderful---never seen the first one---loved that one---it touched my creative spirit and adored the music!

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    1. I'm so glad, Lynn. I hope you have a creative day. :)

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  4. I always find amazing videos on you blog..:)

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  5. Wonderful !

    Hard to believe only four to go.

    Ihave so enjoyed your posts,Dana!

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    1. Thanks! I've enjoyed yours, too. You've brought back some wonderful memories, many of which I can use in my haiku. ☺

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  6. This is very inspiring! It makes me want to jump into a whole bunch of craft projects. Thanks for sharing!
    p.s. I really love it when her hair turns into a tree.

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    1. You're so creative! That's the reason I love your blog so much.

      About the video: Isn't it cool when that happens? That's one of my favorite parts, too. :)

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  7. I am one hundred percent inspired!!!

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    1. Yay! Now go forth and create! ;)

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  8. Ah the reflection of the sky in the pond. Lovely.

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  9. Your right about neary there, I'm done apart from Y & Z. Z might cause a problem with a picture, it might just end up with a Zebedee spring.

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    1. You're way ahead of me. I'm still writing my posts the night before. LOL

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  10. You always find the most creative things to share. Keep them coming (-:

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  11. Youtube is a pretty great thing. These videos are so cool. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Yes, you gotta love YouTube. :)

      Thanks. Glad you enjoyed them.

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  12. I remember these. Definitely very cool!

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  13. these were so enjoyable. thanks. Z

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    1. I'm glad you liked them. Hope you had a nice day. :)

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  14. love love the videos! Thanks Dana!

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  15. Wow.
    You've found some pretty amazing stuff for us to see!

    Heather

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    1. I love searching for videos like these. I find them so inspirational. :)

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  16. Both of these videos are really groovy. Thanks for sharing.

    Jaime at Awakenings and Reflections

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  17. Where do you find all these great videos? I mean, I know WHERE, LOL. What I don't understand is how you find such gems among all the crap out there?

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    1. I just happen upon most of them. Lucky, I guess. :)

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  18. I am glad you re-posted them! Loved the videos..
    I wish I had a hand on wheels just like the one in the second video... I could definitely use an extra hand!!

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    1. So could I!

      Glad you liked the videos. ☺

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    1. I hope you had a good one, Adam. :)

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  20. Very cool, beautiful and creative. (And now I'm off to You Tube :)...)

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  21. Creative to say the least!!
    Happy V Day!

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