I used to comb the early Youtubes to edit together ‘fan’ music videos. They soon developed a life of their own and became quite popular when Tumblr and music blogging was still a thing. Was a lot of fun being part of this mini scene while diving deep into early 3d design work for a lot of these.
A behind the scenes look at a ground breaking commercial, featuring a sexy robot, triggers a time warp to the year 3000 and takes a turn to the intergalactic.
Remember, remember, don't feed the hyena. Sourcing some of the most iconic early 3d projects.
Zen monkey, lust, journey through a black hole, Eisenhower.
Youth - Innocence - Love
The PXL-2000 (fisher-price PXL2000/fisher-price pixelvision/sanwa sanpix1000/"kiddiecorder"/coca-cola georgia) is a toy black-and-white camcorder produced in 1987 that uses a compact audio cassette as its recording medium. It scans the 120 by 90 pixel CCD fifteen times a second, feeding the results through a filtering network, and then to both a frequency modulation circuit driving the left channel of the cassette head and to an ADC, which fed the framestore.
Fashion, love, the atomic age, interconnected.
"Are they all dead, these beautiful people?" - Alexei Popogrebsky, director of 'How I Ended This Summer'.
Embark. Journey. Sensuality. Illusion. All aboard the time machine.
Vector supercar on a journey through time. My first foray into found footage. So much fun!
Featured on gorilla vs bear.
Psychedelic scooter journey. I spend a summer in Italy, and was very much in love.
80s gymkhana. Found this epic series of commercials, and thought it all looked like a trip once I mirrored it.
From my unknown online officer of justice: 'this isn't an official video by any means, but I've watched it too many times for it to matter. What wasn't nice too see while I googled it today was some internet no-brain that plonked it on youtube... next to the word "official". I would link it here but I'd have to kill you once the hits start generating cash.'