Chris Angelkov from Atyp sent in some interesting pieces last week. The first was an intriguing “holographic” in shop display system for Nike. (above) and the second was an unusual film for the Release of Si Begg’s Permission To Explode album (below) Continue reading “Atyp – Nike Digiwall & Permission To Explode LP” »
As regular readers of this blog know we really support animation in a big way – and this is why we are very excited by the LIAF when it comes to town each year. This year it’s their 10th anniversary. It runs from Friday 26th Oct to Sunday 3rd November inclusive, and it always amazes us at how much they can pack in, on so many skill levels for such reasonable prices. During the 10 years they’ve had 12,000 entries and screened over 2500 films.
It would be impossible to do justice to the full program in a blog post, however I will try and give you an overview of it’s brialliantness (is that even a word…?). Continue reading “LIAF 2013 – London International Animation Festival” »
On Monday night dotmogo attended the opening night of the Bristol Proms, for an innovative but classical performance. 18-year-old pianist Jan Lisiecki played Chopin’s Etudes to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, a venue steeped in history. The only this was that we weren’t in the theatre, we were 500m down the road in Bristol harbour at independent cinema The Watershed. Continue reading “Bristol Proms & BDH – Jan Lisiecki ‘From Every Angle’” »