Craig Murray is a creative geyser that blows roughly every week or so, dousing us in directorial greatness in the process. His new showreel contains a dazzling array of work shot between June 2011 and March 2012.
All visual effects are made in camera by a process of photographic long exposure animation. All layers used are hand made. All his tees and jackets would be mine if they weren’t too small for me.
At first I though this was a very bad music video with a shoddy aspect ratio. However, beyond the first five seconds lies a song about hope, dedicated to everybody effected by the tsunami in Japan earlier this year.
Keeping things on the other worldly tip, Björk has graced us with her musical presence once again.
As an artist Björk always seeks to tread on new creative ground and can never be accused of being either never boring or predictable.
I haven’t checked out any of the apps created for the album (The Guardian swears it will change the way we ‘consume’ music) however I do like the new video directed by Michel Gondry (who also directed one of my fav films ever – Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind).