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35 cinema classics in 2 minutes
July 23, 2010, 4:20 pm
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March 28, 2010, 7:59 pm
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again WK interact
March 4, 2010, 12:05 am
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One more WK interact post. WK Interact brings the intimidating power of Dwyane Wade to life on the streets of Manhattan in this mural for Jordan Brand’s ‘Nightmares Never Sleep’ campaign. The piece is of epic proportions, and was created using simple black paint to patch together the haunting imagery from the Air Jordan 2010 commercial…

Gorillaz – Stylo – Official Music Video (HQ)
March 3, 2010, 6:16 pm
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New music video by Gorillaz

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Nokta. by Onur Şentürk
March 3, 2010, 5:57 pm
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Nokta (Dot) is an abstract film project which is an improvisation of organic pieces while considering themes like power, chance and luck. Sound by ECHOLAB

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Persona Magazine x Amber Rose ‘American Rebel’ Behind-The-Scenes
February 4, 2010, 2:21 am
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Persona Magazine called upon Amber Rose to take the lead in its ‘American Rebel’ photo shoot that retells the story from the film, This is England, which centers on a group of Skinheads hanging around London, England during the eighties. This behind-the-scenes clip captures the gritty essence of what life was like for those on the razors edge of the rebellious subculture, while also showing Rose as a formidable contender in a male dominated society. Persona shows her strengths in “an extensive pictorial layout with looks that play with the idea of masculinity and femininity-mirroring her very own persona…”

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Vanishing Point by Bonsajo
January 29, 2010, 4:25 pm
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January 10, 2010, 10:47 am
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Directed by TU+//Varathit Uthaisri(at PARSONS SCHOOL OF DESIGN)

SURFACE is an experimental film, exploring the emotional journey from an underground urban perspective.

This ‘urban symphony’ transforms human actions and street objects into beats that harmoniously compose a grand audio and visual composition. The film emphasizes the ideas of ‘point of contact’, ‘human identity’ and notion of ‘live footprints’.

SURFACE is a part of UND-VIS, a thesis project for MFA Design and Technology, Parsons The New School for Design.


TU+ // Varathit Uthaisri

Jun Oshima

PLUM // Napat Snidvongs

TONG // Thitawan Chaiwong

Katherine Moriwoki, Louisa Campbell, Anezka Sebek
Lo, Marie Hyon (Psyop)

Chris Henelly, Glendon Jones

TU+, Jun, Tong, Mike, Rabia, Mike T, Sushi (Dog), LeAnne, Jason, Maral, Shandy, Jenny, Jeesun, Conway, Satori, Nalae, Sayoko, Doris + Jenny Yee, Alia, Maze, Donny, Edurado, Akiko, Lynn, Jenni, Fuki, Yumi.

TU+ // Varathit Uthaisri

Originally from Bangkok, Thailand, TU had previously worked as an art director, in an animation company and later the co-founders of B.O.R.E.D, a multi-disciplinary design collective in Bangkok. At B.O.R.E.D, he worked in various design fields such as, print graphic, illustration, motion graphic, broadcast design, visual jockey and live concerts. B.O.R.E.D had made its name for the distinctive style of visual events, which lead to the collaboration with world’s famous, DFUSE and the British Council in the energetic RE IMAING THE CITIES event, in 2007.

Recently, TU has graduated from MFA in Design and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design, NYC. He was an intern at Psyop and has been freelancing for motion graphic in NYC.

UND-VIS : Underground Vision Experiments.

“What would the world be like from an underground perspective?”

UND-VIS is an exploratory process of understanding the unique vision from underground. The primary premise is not focusing on representing the reality or documenting life from underneath, instead attempt to illustrate the concept of shifting in perspective through various methods of simulations and prototyping.

UND-VIS : Key Visual.

New York’s Fifth Ave. Apple Store ‘translucent walkway’ defused the image of the visitor with the milky visual effect.
It becomes the key visual for UND-VIS project.

UND-VIS : Inspirations.

1 / The 2nd Floor Film, by Tony Hill
2 / Observatory, Air-Port-City 2008 (Psycho Building), Thomas Seraceno
3 / Fuerzabruta, NYC / Flickr “From Below – Straight Up” group
4 / Fashion Shoot, Nagi Noda (from IDN Magazine)

UND-VIS : Early Experiments.

Exp 01 : Under the zoo – Animal Miniatures on the scanner.

Exp 02 : Under the Dance Floor – Comparision of human complex action

Exp 03 : Under the sky – Spy camera on a romote control car

Exp 04 : Under the light box – Human figures simulation of actions

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alex roman: the third and the seventh
January 9, 2010, 3:53 am
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Created, astonishingly, entirely in CGI, Alex Roman’s “The Third and The Seventh” is a stunning short film. Based on the photographic documentation of a fictional, architectural world where all of our human potential to create beauty

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A Short Film by Legendary Designers Charles and Ray Eames on Polaroid Film from 1972
December 18, 2009, 3:06 pm
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This short film is intrinsically interesting because it was made by the iconic designers Charles and Ray Eames, but it’s also fascinating as a time capsule of 1972… as a technical lesson on how a wonderful invention worked… and as a reminder of why–even in our age of instantly sharable digital imagery.

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