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“Upgrade” Main Titles by Scott Geersen and Substance

Director Leigh Whannell’s new sci-fi feature “Upgrade” opens with the first title sequence since François Truffaut’s “Farenheit 451” (1966) to replace all text with VO. The result is both engaging and unsettling. [Read more]

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“A Million Times” by Humans Since 1982

Installed in the departure hall of Terminal 2 at Changi Airport in Singapore, “A Million Times” is a minimalist and mesmerizing 2,200-pound kinetic sculpture created by Stockholm artist collective Humans since 1982. [Read more]

Engram: Data Sculpture for Melting Memories

Installed at the Pilevneli Gallery in Istanbul, Refik Anadol’s hypnotic Data Sculpture for Melting Memories comprises a five-meter high media wall driven by custom software and explores “the intersection of advanced technology and contemporary art.” [Read more]

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Dan Hoopert “Playing in the Shadows” for HAY

London designer/art director Dan Hoopert creates an austere yet poetic CG brand film featuring the Palissade seating collection designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Danish furniture and housewares company HAY. [Read more]

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Luiz Stockler’s Sweet and Minimal Music Video for Tom Rosenthal “Quite Short for a Goalkeeper”

Luiz Stockler’s new video for “Quite Short for a Goalkeeper” by English singer/songwriter/composer Tom Rosenthal looks like it could have been animated on Post-It notes with a Sharpie. [Read more]

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ManvsMachine Plays with Logitech G

The second film in ManvsMachine’s dark and intricate Play Series campaign for Logitech G, “Our intention was to bridge the gap between product and experience and to create a series of films that appealed to the modern gamer.” [Read more]