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From filmmaker Virgilio Villoresi, Una Giornata Perfetta (A Perfect Day), a stop-motion and rotoscope-driven music video for Italian singer/songwriter Vinicio Capossela. Though it was animated in 2009 by Virgilio Villoresi, Cossignani Carlo, and Piero Tonin, the video hearkens back to a few decades earlier, featuring typewriters, record players, pop-up books, and other quirky but charming bric-a-brac from earlier generations.
Chef Daniel Klein and camerawoman Mirra Fine of The Perennial Plate have traveled the world making videos about food and culture. The video above highlights ten iconic products of Italy and gives a peek into how they are made.
A short clip from Italian television in 1960, I Can’t Get Started + Manteca by Dizzy Gillespie on trumpet, Leo Wright on alto sax, Junior Mance on piano, Art Davis on bass and Teddy Stewart on drums.
The cheeks make their first appearance just after the 50s mark and really get going at 2 minutes and again at 4m50s.
Have some colored felt tip markers, some self-adhesive velcro and a milk frother? If so, then get ready to make a “robot” that can draw.
During the Minimondi Festival in Parma, Italy, artist Lorezno Bravi experienced a workshop for children to create this amazing little diy toy of sorts. It’s a variation on these drawbots (like these at the 2010 Maker Faire-NY) by researcher, writer, and artist Jonah Brucker-Cohen, PH.D.