While wandering through the internet, sometimes you come across something weird and beautiful. Keith Schofield who brought us singing crotches in the past, now had some fun with stock footage.
As funny and ridiculous as it is, the video also tells us a sad and over-romantic love story. Fall in love, get married, have children, grow old together, live happily ever after. The images of perfect commercial love give the whole story an extra dimension. It’s not his life, it’s not his girl. Frustration, anger and fighting follows. Although it’s not technically perfect all the time, who cares, it made me laugh.
I have always believed that children cartoons are a wicked medium of self-expression to represent the human psychology. A child learns the standard human behavior with the help of these visual mediums just as he acquires the linguistic competence by imitating the sounds he hears in his surroundings.
However, animated movies are now so famous that they do great business with viewers of all age groups. With awesome graphics, quality humor, and great cinematography; children movies can be just as exhilarating as the adult Hollywood flicks.
Many graphic designers try to capture the creative essence behind these cartoon movies with minimalist design trends, and Christian Jackson is yet another brilliant designer from Chicago who has created an amazing set of minimalist posters, based on famous children movies. This technique surely complements the ingenious expression of human character, yet adheres to the fun aspect of entertainment.
Hope these posters revive your love for the children movies once again and bring back happy memories of the past.
What happens when you take a classic movie and remove just one letter?
The results turn out to be very entertaining and the perfect subject for some great movie poster remixes. Cape Fear gets a primitive reworking, Jurassic Park goes biblical and Dawn of the Dead goes absolutely fatherly… and all it takes is one missing letter.
Started out as just a collection of snaps as he stripped down an Triumph Spitfire engine bought off ebay. (To replace the old engine, which had suffered catastrophic failure). The snaps were so that he remembered how everything went, so he could put it back together again.
Then he realised it'd be quite cool to make it an stopmotion film. He found some suitable music, rekindled his ancient knowledge of Premiere, storyboarded it, shot it as he worked on the engine (his poor DSLR got covered in engine oil), this was the result.
The music is "In The Hall Of The Mountain King" from Edvard Griegs "Peer Gynt Suite"
It is difficult to find true love in the world these days—and it’s especially hard if you are a superhero. Where do our heroes turn to if they want to find a loving ‘sidekick’?—online dating of course!
Next Movie has humorously imagined what some of our favorite superheroes’ online dating profiles would be like.
From the brave and courageous Captain America to the dark and brooding Batman—it goes to show that even superheroes need some love in their lives as well.