Archive for tag: Vincent van de Wijngaard
In a search for worldwide talent working in the realm of online video the Guggenheim Museum and YouTube created YouTube Play. A Biennal Of Creative Video. This global online initiative created a platform for innovative, original, and surprising videos, regardless of genre, technique, background, or budget.
“With video now available for anyone to produce and watch, almost anytime and anywhere—be it on cell phones, digital cameras, computers, or tablets—it has become the medium of choice for many aspiring artists. It is the goal of YouTube Play to reach the widest possible audience, inviting each and every individual with access to the Internet to submit a video for consideration.”
Over 23.000 videos were submitted, and narrowed down to a shortlist of 125 by a group of Guggenheim curators. We are happy to announce that Lernert and Sander’s video Revenge was selected for the shortlist.
For more information on YouTube Play visit: http://www.guggenheim.org/new-york/interact/participate/youtube-play
In these series British advertising photographer Tim MacPherson explores the world of childhood imagination. The photographs show a creative construction of the grown up reality, seen through the eyes of a child. This playful perspective levitates it’s subject out of an everyday situation, creating a fun escape from the domestic dullness. Read more »
You’ll need Microsoft’s Silverlight Player to be able to watch it.
For more info on these brilliant music virals check her Youtube channel or
Pink Film Days, 2010
Festival posters by Lernert & Sander
Lernert & Sander were asked to create the posters for the Amsterdam Gay & Lesbian Film Festival… and they are nominated!
So here are John & Humphrey and Olivia & Ingrid!
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