Guy Animated Classic Paintings & brought them to Life from Caravaggio to Rubens

With his short video “Beauty,” the Italian director Rino Stefano Tagliafierro takes “a series of well selected images from the tradition of pictorial beauty” and uses...

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With his short video “Beauty,” the Italian director Rino Stefano Tagliafierro takes “a series of well selected images from the tradition of pictorial beauty” and uses the “fire of digital invention” to animate sentiments lost on immobile canvasses. In the video below, you will see works by Caravaggio, Vermeer, Rubens and others put into digital motion. Using...

Van Gogh’s Famous Self-Portrait Morphs into a Photograph in a Short Video

What would a Van Gogh painting look like as a life-like image? What would Van Gogh himself look like — not as a series of...

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What would a Van Gogh painting look like as a life-like image? What would Van Gogh himself look like — not as a series of impressionistic swirls, but as a common photograph? Lithuanian architect and photographer Tadao Cern wanted to find out — so he digitally recreated one of the artist’s most iconic self-portraits as a modern portrait. Here...

A New 6-minute Documentary about Jim Carrey’s Impressive Dedication to Art | I Needed Color

“Painting Frees Me, from the Past and Future, from Regret and Worry” :- Jim Carrey People’s perception of Jim Carrey is quickly changing thanks to...

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“Painting Frees Me, from the Past and Future, from Regret and Worry” :- Jim Carrey People’s perception of Jim Carrey is quickly changing thanks to the new short documentary, “Jim Carrey: I Needed Colour.” In his top-grossing comedies, actor Jim Carrey displayed an antic quality that seemed to rule over his personal life as well. While other stars...

Mona Lisa Selfie: A Montage of Social Media Photos Taken at the Louvre and Put on Instagram

Over 6 million people visit the Mona Lisa at the Louvre each year. Many share their visit on social media.” Created by Daniel McKee, this dizzying video...

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Over 6 million people visit the Mona Lisa at the Louvre each year. Many share their visit on social media.” Created by Daniel McKee, this dizzying video gathers together hundreds of the photos that get taken at the museum and then wind up on Instagram. Only a minute long, it’s a nice succinct commentary on our time… Using...

One Minute Art History | Centuries of Artistic Styles Get Packed Into a Short Experimental Animation

A new media artist at the China Academy of Art, comes an experimental animation called “One Minute Art History.” This work has been described as “a fascinating montage...

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A new media artist at the China Academy of Art, comes an experimental animation called “One Minute Art History.” This work has been described as “a fascinating montage in which centuries of artistic trends are packed into a single minute of film. Starting in ancient Egypt and continuing into present day, each image in this imaginative animation is...

PARADISE – A contemporary interpretation of “The Garden Of Earthly Delights”

Studio Smack, best known for their music video Witch Doctor by De Staat, have released a new animation: a contemporary interpretation of one of the...

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Studio Smack, best known for their music video Witch Doctor by De Staat, have released a new animation: a contemporary interpretation of one of the most famous paintings by the Early Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights. In their latest work, the group cleared the original landscape of the middle panel of...

Jackson Pollock Action Painting With His Own Commentary 1951

In the short film below, called Jackson Pollock 51, the American abstract painter talks about his work and creates one of his distinctive drip paintings before our...

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In the short film below, called Jackson Pollock 51, the American abstract painter talks about his work and creates one of his distinctive drip paintings before our eyes. The film was made by Hans Namuth when Pollock was 39 years old.

Paintings of the World Series | El Greco

Even without a single drop of time and opportunity to visit the museum or art exhibition, there still remains the opportunity to see the works...

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Even without a single drop of time and opportunity to visit the museum or art exhibition, there still remains the opportunity to see the works of great artists of all times. With 3-minute short series you will be able not only to contemplate the world masterpieces like being in a museum, but also to enjoy...

Every New York Times Front Page Since 1852 In 60 seconds!

The New York Times published its first issue on September 18, 1851, but the first photos wouldn’t appear on the cover until the early 1900s...

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The New York Times published its first issue on September 18, 1851, but the first photos wouldn’t appear on the cover until the early 1900s over 60 years later. This 55 second long video rapidly streams through the most major international events in history, yet its mesmerizing quality is truly triggered by the introduction of photography. Data...

Paintings of the World Series | Edgar Degas (Commentary)

Even without a single drop of time and opportunity to visit the museum or art exhibition, there still remains the opportunity to see the works...

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Even without a single drop of time and opportunity to visit the museum or art exhibition, there still remains the opportunity to see the works of great artists of all times. With 3-minute short series you will be able not only to contemplate the world masterpieces like being in a museum, but also to enjoy...

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