I recently discovered Motionographer, a database of the most radicool vids and films AKA more minutes of my life swindled away watching stuff that most people don't appreciate. I haven't posted a good does of videos since this post, and it's about time for another smorgasbord of good stuff. Here's a few finds from this site that I have thoroughly enjoyed so far...

Sean Pecknold -- BBC Knowledge -- "Honk If You're Human"

BBC Knowledge - Honk If You're Human from Sean Pecknold on Vimeo.

"Gettysburg Address" by Adam Gault and Stephanie Augustine

Gettysburg Address from Adam Gault on Vimeo.

Nathan Love's "NBC Peacock"

Blu -- "Big Bang Big Boom"

BIG BANG BIG BOOM - the new wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

Google Street View by Sehsucht

GOOGLE STREET VIEW from Sehsucht™ on Vimeo.

And maybe...the best for last:
"I Met the Walrus" written and directed by Josh Raskin. An animated interview between a John Lennon and a 14-year old boy who snuck into his hotel room.

To check out tons more of this goodness, check out their website.


Amanda said...

Big Bang Big Boom is sooooooooooo awesome.

genevieve, sandbox romance said...

Golly. I found Honk if You're Human and the peacock video to be shamelessly entertaining.