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OK Go – This Too Shall Pass – RGM version

An Absolutly phenomenal video that pushes one creativity to an extreme contraption that unfolds itself through out the entitre musi video.

Here at VisualFruit we give you our most sincere congratulations for such an outstanding music video.

The “machine” was designed and built by the band, along with members of Syyn Labs (¬† ) over the course of several months

Directed by:

James Frost, OK Go and Syyn Labs.

Produced by:

Shirley Moyers.

The official video for the recorded version of “This Too Shall Pass” off of the album “Of the Blue Colour of the Sky”. The video was filmed in a two story warehouse, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.


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16 Very Creative Movie Posters

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Nick Gentry – Giving a new meaning to artwork digital supports

We ear a lot a about taking your artwork to a digital support, but Nick Gentry gave it a complete new approach by using floppy disk as the support for his artwork and the results are visibly amazing.

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Illustrations by Wesley Eggebrecht

The street art shows its true colours through the work of  Wesley Eggebrecht. A very urban style and with visible influences from comic book art concept  crossover with the skaters gritty feeling. Congrats Wesley and keeps us dropping our jaws out here in the www.

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Scott Anderson – Execelent Surialist Paintings

here we have some fabulous painting from the experienced artist Scott Anderson. The surrealist influences like Dali are quite visible but scot goes way further than a Dali style copy over. He brings his very personal sense in to the scene and captures these images with the touch of the brush. Truly a great revelation for the artistic world bringing painting back to the a more respectable scene. A true lesson of what is painted art and the revival of painting that bring us not just meaning but also the mastering of paining techniques colour control and composition. Now days anyone can make a painting but Scott Anderson shows us that if it looks like crap it is crap. Something that you could never say about his work.

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a Tree House

Robert Harvey Oshatz design what can be considered the best tree house ever. It goes a bit further away than the ordinary tree house in the backyard. It was design in 1997 but the construction of this magnificent building only ended in 2004. The Wiliknson residence in the forest of Portland where the modern curves and lines blend in to the shapes of the the of the forest, by the use of organic materials. The light works are another fabulous achievement in this design. Definetly amazing, just have a look at this place because here most definitely images speak louder than words.  

Description from the architect: Robert Harvey Oshatz
“A lover of music, the client wanted a house that not only became part of the natural landscape but also addressed the flow of music. This house evades the mechanics of the camera; it is difficult to capture the way the interior space flows seamlessly through to the exterior. One must actually stroll through the house to grasp its complexities and its connection to the exterior. One example is a natural wood ceiling, floating on curved laminated wood beams, passing through a generous glass wall which wraps around the main living room.”

Project Details
– Project Name: Wilkinson Residence
– Site Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
– Architect: Robert Harvey Oshatz
– Project Type: Residential
– Client: Roy Wilkinson
– Site Area: 2200 square meters (23,680 sq. ft)
– Built-up Area: 480 square meters (5,162 sq. ft)
– Designed in 1997, construction completed in 2004

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Photograby Manipulation

The world of photography allied with the masters of advertising are a very powerful creative force. Here are some examples of some excellent photo manipulation that is a key element to make fun and innovative adds.

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