Stack of refrigerators at SIMS Recycling Plant in South Wales. Photo taken on a film shoot recce.

Stack of refrigerators at SIMS Recycling Plant in South Wales. Photo taken on a film shoot recce.

A boutique market out of shipping containers, made for hipsters. Looks rather nice.

New promotion video for Trainsmart interactive

bannatynedigital:

The newspaper industry felt the pinch ever since the advent of digital technology, as a result of content being available for free, quickly and frequently updated.

One of the most surprising contributors to this decline however is due to businesses and job seekers alike turning to innovative…

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Our autumn video and animation showreel for commercials, corporate films, drama series, promo videos, live music and corporate events.

artistsgallery:


Interview with Antoni Malinowski
Today artist Antoni Malinowski invited us to his home and studio. Here, artworks not only adorn the walls, but also constitute the walls, transforming his beautiful Victorian terrace into a testament to his art.
Antoni’s relationship with Camden is a fascinating one and he speaks with a great deal of respect, admiration and eloquence for the Centre and its impact on his artistic practice.
Absorbed by light, movement and the shifting relationship between object and space, his 1997 Camden exhibition Synchrony, gave him exposure to a wider audience of architects. Architects, he says, “got it”. He attributes this exhibition as an important juncture for establishing new collaborations in London and abroad.
If you want to find out more about Antoni, and obviously we suggest you do, then head to his beautiful website.

artistsgallery:

Artist Antoni Malinowski with Director Renee Vaughan SutherlandCameraman Carl Thompson and Renee Vaughan Sutherland during setup

Interview with Antoni Malinowski

Today artist Antoni Malinowski invited us to his home and studio. Here, artworks not only adorn the walls, but also constitute the walls, transforming his beautiful Victorian terrace into a testament to his art.

Antoni’s relationship with Camden is a fascinating one and he speaks with a great deal of respect, admiration and eloquence for the Centre and its impact on his artistic practice.

Absorbed by light, movement and the shifting relationship between object and space, his 1997 Camden exhibition Synchrony, gave him exposure to a wider audience of architects. Architects, he says, “got it”. He attributes this exhibition as an important juncture for establishing new collaborations in London and abroad.

If you want to find out more about Antoni, and obviously we suggest you do, then head to his beautiful website.

pablomarques:

Delta robot controlled by Kinect

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sophiemallett:

i’m no expert on the uk riots. mainly, because that kind of expertise would be a weird thing to promote, but more mainly because i wasn’t here.



it was only through others’ concern for my safety that i even knew about what was happening at home. a flood of messages alerted me to the…

Job Call Out

Sound recordist with own kit required this Friday for a short film shoot, BBC director at the helm. Email sophie@hub.tvfor further details.

extrafattytuna:

A live tarantula ready to be fried in Cambodia!

All taken by myself.

Not one for arachnophibics

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