This video is completely awesome. It’s made up of something like 35,000 photographs, and is a mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques. It takes about a minute to get really good, but after that – wow. I need some tights that light up like that. And a house that lights up like that too.

SCINTILLATION from Xavier Chassaing on Vimeo.

P.S. the song is by Fedaden.

video mini-giveaway: results!

First, I want to thank all of you so so much for your input! Your opinions are what we are interested in, and all of your thoughts are going to be so helpful as we create more videos! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer!
And now, for the 10 commenters, chosen at random, who will receive a gift card!
Please note I have already emailed the winners, so if you have the same name as one of the winners, check your email to be sure!
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Normally I would post the comments along with them, but since they are nice and long, (he he!) I figured I’d leave them out just this time!
If you didn’t happen to have your comment chosen this time, stay tuned! We have some really cool giveaways on the horizon!
Thank you again for all your participation! We appreciate it so very much!

video mini-giveaway!

Hey everyone – we need your opinions! We would love your input on our videos, and if you help us out, you could win a $5 Free People gift card!
All you have to do is head over to our YouTube channel and look around, and then leave a comment on this post answering two questions:
1 – Which of our videos do you like the best?
2- What sorts of videos would you like to see us make?
Many of our videos were created as a result of suggestions from our customers – we want to know what you like!
Tomorrow, at about this time, we will close up the comments and choose 10 comments at random. If your comment is one of those chosen, we’ll send you a $5 FP gift card! It’s that easy!
Thank you so much for your help!
Free People YouTube Channel

let the outside in

I think you all will love this wonderful time-lapse video by Caitlin Parker!
This is a time lapse video in progress. I am an artist. I built this dollhouse and put it in my yard. I planted North East Native plants in and around the house. A hunting camera/motion camera is set up to take stills of the house as it evolves, decays from weather, and as animals wander through. This is ongoing- so far only two and half months have been documented. I plan on one year, to watch the seasons change…

Let the Outside In from Caitlin Parker on Vimeo.