Scala & Kolacny Brothers – Use Somebody

Beautiful video for a beautiful song.
Official music video for ‘Use Somebody’ by Kings Of Leon, performed by Scala & Kolacny brothers.
Official selection shortfilmcorner Cannes filmfestival 2011. Best international experimental shortfilm at the New York Independent Film Festival 2011. Young directors award at the Cristal Festival 2011. Directed by: Inti Calfat

To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift.~ Steve Prefontaine

Motion Typography

From paper to Screen

An amazing video from Thibault de Fournas showing typography use in history and evolution from paper to screen using kinetic typography animation.
The animation is divided in two parts. The first deals with the basic rules of typesetting. The second, is about the evolution of typography in cinema.
Used mainly for Opening and Closing title.

Inspirational Talents

Talent Freaks: Douglas Panzone

Douglas Panzone is a mural artist from Jackson, Mississippi. He moved to Charleston, South Carolina in 1999 where he received a B.A. in studio art at the College of Charleston. While he was attending college Douglas started to pursue his interest in mural painting in his spare time. After graduation his unsuccessful search for jobs in the art field landed him an unrelated position in the construction world.

Kenya Photography

Take a look at these amazing photographs from Diego Arroyo. He is a Spanish art director and passionate photographer based in New York City. He travels the world in search of the subtle: a smile, a wink of complicity, that special look that reveals our true and intimate essence. His challenge is trying to catch the story behind the eyes of strangers, the underlying magic that deserves to be seen and usually remains unnoticeable.

Original from

This Exquisite Forest is an online collaborative art experiment presented by Google and Tate Modern. The project lets users create short animations that build off one another as they explore a specific theme. It can be accessed via the website and through a physical installation at Tate Modern.

Know your limits, but never stop trying to exceed them.~ Anonymous