Time Lapsing Back to Boston

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Boston Clock

  Time Lapsing back to Boston   When we get a little bit older it’s occasionally nice to go back in time and reminisce over days flown bye. Places we visited, cities or towns where we lived in the past will always hold a special spot in our hearts. That’s just how memories work and that’s also why travelling and experiences … Read More

Yann Arthus Bertrand’s New Movie: Human

Lydian BrunstingArtists, Photography, Video ArtLeave a Comment


[ale_one_half] You probably know the name of photographer Yann Arthus Bertrand best from his project “The Earth From Above”, during which he shot impressive photos of the world’s most beautiful landscapes, taken from helicopters and hot-air balloons. Bertrand has now started his next project “Human”. Whereas he focused on the earth and the effects of climate change in his movie … Read More

Feeling Connected

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I Forgot My Phone

‘Feeling connected’ The meaning of these words can be totally different depending on the individual you speak to. As technology heavily influences the way people interact, so are the ways we connect with each other. Although we think we are more connected than ever by the usage of mobile phones and such, this short movie makes us see how we … Read More

Simon Christen’s Adrift

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Simon Christen’s Adrift Emerge No 2

Every day in our life we can use five minutes of pure beauty. This is a gorgeous video by Simon Christen, a time-lapse project of the Golden Gate Bridge hidden in fog, shot under many early mornings. A video project showing great proof of perseverance, patience – and talent, which on top of it leaves you humbled. The video had just … Read More