Welcome to The Good Stuff video edition. This week I’m posting some videos I’ve been digging. Some of it’s cool. Some of it is crazy. And one of them is mine.
Covers – A series of 55 animated vintage book graphics
How would these great book covers from the past look like when set in motion? Here we go…
Wearing five GoPro’s I attempt to visit, in five days, every one of Trip Advisor’s “Top 315 Attractions in Miami’.
My Trip to Miami is a documentary of a fantasy.
25 years ago today — October 30th, 1992 — the New York City subway installed its first automated turnstiles.
Ever since, New Yorkers have struggled to master the Metrocard.
In this short documentary, one anonymous man has an exceptionally tough time with his card.
We’ve all faced intractable machines, and so we admire his persistence.
I’ve no idea what this video is. It crawled out from some dark corner of my computer
after evolving from the virtual maggots that feast on rotting film footage.
Face Mask by Jake Fried 2018.
Experimental animation with video collage.
Sound design by the artist. More at inkwood.net
Finally, here’s something I’ve recently posted. A lot of the videos I usually do are short attention grabbing videos. But I love watching slower documentary films. Things that take time to develope. So I started rough cutting some footage together that I took in 2014 as an editing exercise.