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.