Half Cut Tea

Short viedo about a couple who built their own log cabin, made almost entirely of old windows. Design, light, space… making ideas and dreams a reality. Visually pleasing video.

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INFLUENCERS | R+I CREATIVE

Everyone is influenced by something, whether it’s something in nature, something in the news, or for some a person in particular… This short video from looks at a few people in history and present day who are major influencers in modern culture. One of the main outcomes covers how fashion, music and the creative industry in general are all influenced by the same characters and people, in one way or another.

TEEBS / ANTE VOS / L.A.

A very short clip looking at an artist in L.A. who has used 400 record sleeves as his canvas in his latest exhibition. He paints over the record sleeves to create quite abstract pieces but also uses the imagery that’s on them already, he says this is to “bring them back to life”.

national theatre, Port. Simon Stephens

 

National Theatre interviews and trailers on you tube.  Recent clips include Port by Simon Stephens and the National Theatre at 50.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xe3FipcwqAU&list=PL81NB3_g3EPM9CMjyqomF4jn2G3jhI7It&feature=share&index=2

Helvetica, 2007 Film

In 2007 this cracking film came out, created for Graphic Designers, Typographers and other Creatives alike. This film explores the birth and use of a font called Helvetica, this may sound boring, but once you start watching it and the interviews start rolling in, you grasp how fundamental this font has been in the world of design.

The film explores the personality of fonts and it’s effect on design.

Even if you’re a creative but type isn’t your thing this is a great little film. It’s well filmed and the discussions and comments from world renowned designers are first class.

You haven’t even got to rent it, below is the entire film.

 

Wonderland, Interview with Designers about Clients

If you’re an aspiring design or creative student of any type, this will probably apply to you.

A short but brilliantly filmed documentary that covers the creative industry from a business point of view. It tells the truth about developing through the creative world and what to expect. Featuring interviews with David Lewandowski, Elliott Rausch, Jon Contino and Peter Kote.