A film inspired by the infamous Love Bug computer worm is due to premiere on Friday.
The Love Bug (AKA I love you or LoveLetter) clogged up inboxes and email servers worldwide as it spread rapidly in May 2000. The virus, which came packed in a malicious attachment with the subject line “I love you”, overwrote multimedia on infected machines before forwarding copies of itself to everyone in a user’s Windows Address Book.
Earlier this day, while i was looking on some of my favorite alternative bands, I came to realize that i was not only looking for my purpose to listen but amazed on their music videos. As Music is always been the best source of inspiration, we may find ourselves looking on a different perspective and it’s always been useful to make a break.
In this post i present to you some of inspiring music videos that could hit your interests. While many of them are well-known, some of them are funny and bizarre. But most of it are perfectly suited for the music. You’ll just have to watch it at least to decide and get the idea behind them.
This is a video of a samurai fighting some sort of shadow spirit made out of CG crows or some effects. I’m not really sure, but eventually it takes the form of the samurai’s shadow and he has to cut the enemy’s head off. It’s basically just a choreographed dance to a video being projected, but definitely still cool to see.
Hi guys, today we’re going to share to you this award winning short film we’d just discover entitled, Forever’s Not So Long. It is written and directed by Shawn Morrison. Produced by Garrett Murray. Starring Garrett Murray and Marielena Logsdon. With Debbie Friedman and Matt Urban as The Anchor. Original music by Robert Andersen.
This post is part of our weekly series of posts showing the most inspiring images. If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, just send us, via email, the image with the link from where you found it, also use “Weekly Inspiration” in the subject.
Stop-motion is one of the mediums that never fails to impress us. The sheer amount of time and effort put into making still images appear to move when combined is something that some of us certainly don’t have the patience for. But the folks over at Andersen M Studio certainly do as evidenced by the video above, created for the New Zealand Book Council. What they’ve done is animate a piece of Maurice Gee’s book Going West, creating a piece that’s both enthralling but also kinda’ creepy in the Nightmare Before Christmas kinda’ way. Just watch and see how crazy they got with the details, like the tumbleweeds and towns and every other little detail.
Instruction videos are usually not sponsored and if they are it surely is not by a lingerie brand. Well, Fortnight Lingerie did just that! A CPR instruction video with two models in lingerie doing it seriously accurate. Let’s hope that this combination will be a standard for all instruction video’s made in the future. Visit the website for goodies, notifications and wallpaper.
Now that we’ve got you interested in learning CPR and the abdominal thrust, go get properly certified by taking a class through one of the many certifying authorities in your local area.