Portraits printed on dough. Flour beetle larvae. All done for a printed campaign to avoid “the first try” of crack cocaine in Sao Paulo – Brazil. A Partnership DrugFree brazilian campaign.
A piece exploring the relationship between movement, volume and texture, looking for the grace of an aesthetics inspired by mesh geometries, combining linear filming techniques with digital mesh in order to unveil and deconstruct the beauty of sculptural movement.
Created using RGBD, an open source toolkit generously shared by James George, Alexander Porter and Jonathan Minard.
Mitchie Brusco makes history landing the first 1080 in a competition EVER in Skateboard Big Air at X Games Barcelona 2013. EPIC!
“Mitchie Brusco makes history landing the first 1080 in a competition EVER in Skateboard Big Air at X Games Barcelona 2013. EPIC!”
Directed by Maxwell Schiano
Produced by: B. Charles Johnson
Stylist: Katerina Simonova
Hair & Makeup: Jakob Sherwood
Cinematography & Lighting: Maxwell Schiano & B. Charles Johnson
Models: Romana Chuda at Muse Model Management & Ben Waddell at New York Model Management
Stylist Assistant: Marciano Ramirez
Music by: Alek Fin – Waiting Like A Wolf (Robot Koch Rmx)
Check out other work by Maxwell Schiano at www.perpetualmotion.me
Perpetual Motion 2013
Watch: “Sisa: Cocaine of the Poor”
A new documentary from VICE investigates “Sisa,” a cheap synthetic drug that is “destroying the lives of Athens’ homeless people.” Although little is known about the drug, it is rumored to be a cheap derivative of crystal meth cut with anything from shampoo or cooking salt to battery acid and engine oil.
After ‘Back to the Future’, ‘Matrix’ and ‘Star Wars’, now the creatives at 1A4 Studio condensed the sci-fi film ‘Aliens’ into a 60 second animated speedrun.
Crowd are a video series composed of a series of virtual collages depicting human crowds.
The photographed silhouettes are removed from their true social context to form fictive gatherings.
25 Great Scenes in Film that actually were not scripted, but rather, improvised. Please keep the captions on, as I will explain the improvisation.
“Selective Replies” is a comedy sketch video by PITtv’s Truth Paste that looks at why people don’t reply in Facebook chat, even though you can see that they’ve read your uncomfortable but completely reasonable message. It stars Marshall York, Eva Andersen, and Erick Hellwig.