Elizabeth Gadd -> Flickr Photostream

Vancouver based photographer Elizabeth Gadd has a terrific Flickr photo stream full of great outdoor scenery and other amazing moments. I really like her latest landscapes, full of light and sometimes accented with human figures. Have a look for yourself via the link below.
Visit -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizabethgadd/ 
 

8 Hours in Brooklyn -> Next Level Pictures

8 Hours in Brooklyn from Next Level Pictures on Vimeo.
Nice capture and edit coming from Next Level Pictures. Very much worth the view.
Notes from Vimeo:
“All footage was shot within an 8 hour span in Brooklyn, NYC. Several of these shots will be used in part w/ a series of spots we are directing/producing which will […]

Picnic -> Innovation & Creativity festival

I love the branding and design work around Amsterdam based innovation and creativity festival PICNIC (September 14th – 16th). Everything from the poster to the site experience is buttoned-up and feels nice and fresh. I wish I were able to attend it this year, the lineup of speakers is pretty amazing. Be sure to have […]

Experiment No. 2 -> Backcountry Nest

Experiment No. 2 – Backcountry Nest from Shwood Eyewear on Vimeo.
Cool outdoor project coordinated by the folks at Shwood Eyewear (notes from Vimeo):
“Journey into the backwoods of Oregon with Eric Singer and crew to construct a community hideaway in the trees. The over sized nest is intended to inspire others to make the trek into […]

Digital Alphabet in Stone -> Dom Hans

Digital Alphabet in Stone – Dom Hans van der Laan/Autobahn 2011 from autobahn on Vimeo.
This is an interesting and rare view into the art of transferring type from the digital medium to stone. Makes for a fun view for those who enjoy great type and amazing old world skills.
Visit -> www.autobahn.nl

Slow Magic -> Corvette Cassette

Slow Magic // Corvette Cassette from Feel Good Lost on Vimeo.
This video by director and editor Brendan Canty is a very nice example of color filtering, compositing and kaleidoscopic effects. The amped up music track was produced by Slowmagic.
Visit -> http://www.feelgoodlost.me/

Tame Impala -> Innerspeaker

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any interesting music here on circuitbreaks. This past weekend while having breakfast at Easy Street Records in the new hood, Tame Impala bellowed into my ears and made my egg and cheese sandwich that much more of a deeper experience. The Australian three piece cranks out some seriously […]

Luminous Earth Grid -> Stuart Williams

This is definitely one of the more ambitious and disruptive installation art pieces that I’ve come across in a long while. Apparently, it was created and documented some time ago in 1993, but it’s been floating around on Tumblr blogs a bit lately because of it’s timely on-trend aesthetic. Here’s the overall project description from the Behance page:
“Luminous […]

Emulator 1.5 -> Audio Interface

I really dig this new digital audio interface called Emulator 1.5, designed for Traktor 2. The ‘tronish lightscreen’ interface feels super clean and something of a circa 1980s sci-fi throwback. In a very good way. I’m usually not a fan of too many interface colors competing for a user’s attention, but this execution demands it, […]

Move, Learn, Eat -> Rick Mereki

 

 

Move, learn, eat. Some of the most rewarding things we can do in life. Nicely produced and captured. I like the simple caption work and the overall rhythm of these short films. Fun stuff, worth checking out.
Notes from Vimeo:
“3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and […]

Pacific Pirates -> Billabong

Pacific Pirates from Billabong on Vimeo.
It’s August, seems like a perfect time to take a few minutes and soak up a well produced surf documentary. Personally, I’m a sucker for them, ever since I first checked out the original ‘Endless Summer’ when I was a kid. Anyway, this video smartly produced by Billabong has documneted […]

Tilt-Shift Camera -> Photojojo

I saw this affordable tilt-shift camera on a Facebook post today (by Photojojo) at lunch and thought it was pretty great. The images look solid, there are some nice embedded filters and tilt-shift always looks better when thrown by a real lens as opposed to a photoshop post effect, in my opinion… Have a look, […]