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Friday Night Flicks: What Is A Print?

Many people find ‘process’ videos relaxing to watch, and since it is summer and a time for relaxing, I have chosen some process videos about printmaking. The first video is an animation produced by Chop Shop Studio (formerly The Chopping … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Nobody is Normal

Although I am including today’s video in my selection relating to paper cutting, I am stretching things a bit. I just couldn’t resist including it. It was made by Tim Allen Animation and directed by Catherine Prowse, who also made … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Love Is Making Its Way Back Home

Continuing the theme of paper cutting (after segueing into stop motion animation), I am re-posting this Josh Ritter music video that I first shared in 2014. There were a lot of people involved in this: Director : Erez Horovitz Concept … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Passion of Roche Jagu

Tonight’s flick is an animation from James Stewart/Geneva Film Co based on a papercut by Béatrice Coron. From the Vimeo webpage: When two umbrellas from rival medieval clans are swept up by the tragedy of Roche Jagu castle, they must … Continue reading

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Saskatchewan Spring and some other stuff

After a high of 18ºC on Sunday afternoon, March went out like a lion with a brief blizzard on Monday. There wasn’t a lot of snow but there was a great deal of wind, causing drifting.

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Friday Night Flicks: Marilyn Myllar

I posted this stop-motion animation from Parabella previously in 2014 after I visited Toronto for the opening of my solo exhibition Elemental at Typology, a no-longer-extant gallery. I had looked at a lot of ‘art’ in both public and commercial … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: On Being – Ars Poetica #100: I Believe

Here’s an animated poem to start the new year.  From the animator, Jocie Juritz: An animation for On Being as part of their new series sharing poetry with the world. Based on the poem “Ars Poetica #100: I Believe”, written … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Winter Tale (stop-motion animation)

I posted this flick once before, when Christmas fell on a Friday in 2015. I think it is worth re-posting this Christmas Day. In case you have a spare three minutes this Christmas evening, here’s a seasonally appropriate stop-motion video … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: John Lewis Christmas 2016

This week’s flick is another seasonal advertisement from a large English store. This time it’s the John Lewis Christmas promotion from 2016. The computer animation is stunning.     There’s a lot of computer animation in advertising these days, but … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: I am Square

Regular readers of my Sunday posts will know that my upcoming/postponed-until-January 2021 exhibition Square Dance uses the square as the basic design unit in all the works, so this video seems especially appropriate for a Friday Night Flick.     … Continue reading

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