Watch this incredible color footage of London in 1927. Filmed by Claude Frisse-Greene, a British filmmaker who was the son of inventor and cinematography pioneer William Friese-Greene, it showcases the cars, buses, boats, parks, monuments, signage, rhythms, style, and the sea of hats that made the London streets during the ’20s.
More 1920s vids in the archives.
“I.O.U.” by British dance music group Freeez is a) great for remembering vowels, b) a video time capsule of what was what in 1983, c) sung often in our house or d) all of the above. Bonus: some seriously ’80s dance moves.
Made for fashion designer Borre Akkersdijk by animator Niels Hoebers, this video was featured at Akkersdijk’s show at fashion week in Paris as “a visualisation of a creative production process.”
The Bearable Lightness of Packing: this ad-spirational animation for Diane von Furstenberg, by freelance motion designer Luis Aguirre, makes me want to pack up and travel somewhere immediately! The co-collector liked all of the planes and spotting monuments that he recognized. Great stuff.