Where Things Come From -> Hardy Seiler

This animated short by Hannover, Germany based designer Hardy Seiler is beautifully done. Nice motion, illustration, clever transitions, interesting dialogue and overall message.  Have a look.
Notes from Vimeo:
“I just finished my Bachelor project – a short animated trailer for a fictional education tv-series.”
Visit -> hardyseiler.de

Snapguide -> DIY Guide App

We all like our projects, the things that keep us busy and entertain our minds. I’ve been spending a lot of time in my garden this spring and I’ve found sites like Pinterest and Tumblr to be very inspirational, but sometimes I have a tough time finding the ‘how to’ or instructional to actually create […]

Nerhol -> Timelapse Portrait Photography

Book and paper artist Ryuta Iida and artist Yoshihisa Tanaka have partnered to create these amazing timelapse portraits that have been cut and sliced to reveal the subtle changes that occur as time passes us by. The works above are just a few selects from a larger collection called ‘Misunderstanding Focus’. It’s interesting how some […]

Tilt shift -> The City of Samba

The City of Samba from Jarbas Agnelli on Vimeo.
This is an amazing example of tilt-shift videography produced by by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli. Probably the best example I’ve seen to date. The footage was captured during Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, 2011. Have a look, go fullscreen.
Visit -> http://keithloutit.com/
Visit -> http://www.adstudio.com.br/

Things Organized Neatly -> Tumblr

This is a fun Tumblr blog appropriately named ‘Things Organized Neatly’, perfect for fellow OCD’ers out there who obsess over clean lines and clarity of arrangement, balance and relationship. On a good day my desk, coffee table and the floor of my closet resemble some of these finely tuned arrangements of stuff. Have a look.
Visit […]

The First Day -> Hello Stranger

It’s never too late to say happy new year, well, maybe April is too late. Regardless, I really enjoy the overall vibe of this ‘Happy New Year’ video produced by ‘Hello Stranger’. The timelapse fwd and back, fireworks and zippy soundtrack make this a fun view, any time of the year.
Visit -> www.wearehellostranger.com/

L.E.D. Surfer -> Jacob Sutton

This video is pretty hot right now all over the internets, for good reason. It’s an amazing effect and very well documented. It must be a complete trip to experience this in first person. Have a look.

Delaney Allen -> Photography

The photography of Portland, Oregon based Delaney Allen is brilliant. Fantastic cloudscapes, rogue waves, mundane objects in extraordinary environments and even still moments that pull at one’s emotional heartstrings. It’s all there.
Visit -> delaneyallen.tumblr.com/
Visit -> www.flickr.com/photos/delaneyallen/

We are Wild -> Emerging Photographers

‘We are wild’ is a great destination to discover emerging photographers. You get a good glimpse into their world as well as a bit of a story behind each mind that is producing the fantastic work. Above are some of my favorite shots from the Elizabeth Weinberg collection. So many amazing artists to discover, such […]

Chris Sickels -> and his Harley Pacer

I like this little film about super talented artist Chris Sickels and his vintage Harley Pacer. All around, he seems like a great person, someone who appreciates the simple things in life but is also passionate about producing the things his mind gravitates towards. Makes for an entertaining view, godspeed!
Visit -> http://rednosestudio.com/

realtime projection mapping -> Sony PS3

The above images are out-takes from the production of an interactive projection mapping viral for Sony Playstation. The whole story was shot in one take and in one room with an impressive amount of supporting characters in seamless white suits to help assist with the overal effect. Pretty cool concept, pushing the bounds of what […]

Sandro Perri -> love and light

sandro perri · love and light from Pedro Maia on Vimeo.
Incredibly stimulating visuals and sounds coming from an artist partnership, Pedro Maia – film and Sandro Perri – music. I highly recommend you check out the full album by Sandro Perri called ‘Impossible Spaces’.
Notes from Vimeo:
“Love and Light” video aims to explore the relation between a musician […]

Christmas Card to Friends -> Stephen Fitzgerald

Christmas Card to Friends from Stephen Fitzgerald on Vimeo.
The above paper craft animation by Stephen Fitzgerald is nothing short of amazing. Be sure to check it out. Also, I wish you all a belated Merry Christmas! Many thanks to those who stopped by CircuitBreaks this year. I hope to see you in 2012!
Notes from Vimeo:
“A friend […]

The Expressive Web -> Adobe

Adobe’s nicely designed ‘The Expressive Web’ beta site is meant to showcase the capabilities and seemingly unlimited potential for designers and developers using HTML5 and Adobe CSS3. New functionality includes dynamic drop shadows, impressive motion and transition control, more control with color and gradients… and a nifty canvas element that let’s you control it all […]

Atelier Olschinsky -> Creative Studio

Design and artist duo Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss are based in Vienna, Austria. Their site is full of amazing examples of graphic design, illustration and photography. I really dig the above photos for their post processing and color work. There’s so much more to see on their portfolio site.
Visit -> http://www.olschinsky.at/