Emma Allen created an animated self-portrait exploring the idea of rebirth and illustrating the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. Allen painted this stop frame animation on myself over a period of 5 days, using some face paints, a mirror and a camera.
Australian spray-paint brand, Ironlak, has decided to release some informational videos about their product. They discuss the product’s properties as well as have some great action shots of writers using it. Quite nice to get more of an in depth look into how these things are made. Part 2 after the jump.
Over the years Sony has been recognized in creating some of the most impressive commercials for their televisions. Sony’s latest commercial is another perfect example of their advertising strategy. In this ad, Sony demonstrates the brilliant color in their Bravia line by exploding a bunch of gallon-sized paint buckets each filled with a brilliant and vibrant colour.
With the release of a new strand of MTN‘s brilliant paint, MTN MEGA “Plata” (silver chrome). They have released a brilliant and artistic video which depicts the usage of the paint. The paint is all purpose, high output, high pressure and all season paint. Peep the funk after the jump.
“March the 8th was a cold Friday evening in North London but the log fire was burning in The Hub, keeping artists and admirers alike toasty. Spraying Bricks revisited an old friend Harry Yeff, aka Reeps one, at his quirky warehouse space in Seven Sisters where he is holding a Mighty Paint Party. Adopting the ethos of a drink and draw, artists and creatives from all over London turned up to have a good time and showcase their skills.” – Spraying Bricks
To promote a range of brand new spray paint colors, Montana has invited some graffiti writers to test out one color each in this new video series entitled “VERSUS Project.” In this video, we’ve got the GFM crew uses the new color Violeta Geisha, using only black and white with it.
“‘Black Hole’ is a series of images, which shows paint modeled by centripetal force. The setup is very simple: Various shades of acrylic paint are dripped onto a metallic rod, which is connected to a drill. When switched on, the paint starts to move away from the rod, creating these amazing looking structures.” – Fabian Oefner