It’s always heartening to see the work of young emerging artists, including this talented French animator Margaux Vaxelaire. She posted this six-minute short film, with a brief explanation of who else was involved and how she participated. This is a very good piece of work, which shows what […]
I’ve posted about this much admired Muskoka painter before (see that post here) but recently discovered Beverley Hawksley’s video on being an artist. It’s well worth watching
Canadian born international photo sensation Edward Burtynsky had his directorial debut at the Toronto International Film Festival for Watermark, and is just finished a major exhibition of the photography that goes with it at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This trailer provides a fleeting glimpse of the […]
This short work from British filmmaker, artist and animator Oliver Harrison is powerful – and nominated for Best Motion Graphics in the 2014 British Animation Awards. Harrison describes it as “a black and white, kaleidoscopic, multi-layered, hyper-kinetic typographical poem.” Using the letters of the word APOCALYPSE, Harrison explores […]
While we’re all still on about the weather, these works by Toronto-based Dave Rheaume are an archival take on winter – whether on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg (above) or in a Blizzard on Bay (below).
The time-lapse photography of Michael Shainblum is the focus of two exquisite new short films, both released last night, focused on his exploration of southern California landscapes and the bold night sky. One, a behind-the-scenes documentary, is part eloquent artist statement and part tutorial. The other is Shainblum’s […]