Black MIDI: kakakakaito1998

Curator: We Have Photoshop
date: May 14, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design
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This is the earliest example we could find of a “Black MIDI,” a musical score so densely packed with notes that it looks almost completely black. The score, which would be impossible for any human player to perform, is then saved as a MIDI file and performed by a software/hardware synthesizer. The pieces are usually distributed through video sharing networks along with real-time visualizations of the “performance.”

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Katy Perry: Lil B

Curator: We Have Photoshop
date: May 13, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design
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Lil B’s cover for his single “Katy Perry” (Did he do it himself? Did he hire someone?) manages to be both profoundly obnoxious and beautifully simple at the same time. A truly #Based and #Rare design.

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We Need to Talk about Kevin Film Titles: Florencia Desalvo and Martin Carri

Curator: Joaquín Urbina
date: April 25, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design, Experience Design, Illustration, Motion Graphics
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We need to talk about Kevin (Title Sequence) from Martin Carri on Vimeo.

This non-official version of titles for the film We Need to Talk about Kevin may be student work, but it could perfectly replace the official one.

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Boring Angel: John Michael Boling and Oneohtrix Point Never

Curator: Joaquín Urbina
date: April 24, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design, Illustration, Motion Graphics
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Oneohtrix Point Never - Boring Angel from Warp Records on Vimeo.

Our reality is surrounded by emojis, a japanese version of the classic emoticons. There are thousands of those little faces, supposedly designed to express each of our “emotions.” I can’t take them seriously.

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Nolab Digital Super 8: Hayes Urban

Curator: Joaquín Urbina
date: April 23, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design
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Super 8 resuscitation: It’s time to wipe the dust off some old cameras and stop using some cheap “film-look” apps.

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