Here’s a interesting idea, a film of reconstructed memories.
“No Blue Without Yellow” by artist Maciek Janicki
San Francisco-based artist and animator Maciek Janicki takes us into the world of Vincent van Gogh with his latest short film. Created in partnership with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, “No Blue Without Yellow” offers an immersive 3D tour, constructed using sampled paintings from consequential times in the renowned artist’s life.
No Blue Without Yellow
It’s very atmospheric, wandering around Van Gogh’s landscapes like that. It reminded me of this other attempt to bring his paintings to life, from Serena Malyon.
And here’s another film from Maciek Janicki, Paper City.
Loving Vincent – Bringing the paintings of Van Gogh to life
“What is truly groundbreaking about “Loving Vincent” is that every frame of the film is an oil painting on canvas, using the very same technique in which Vincent himself painted. And what makes it a great story to experience is the intriguing, tragic, and inspiring story of Vincent Van Gogh himself.”
I’ve never really been tempted by anything on Kickstarter before, but this concept for ‘the first feature-length painted animnation’ on the people and events of Van Gogh’s life, based on his own letters and told through his own paintings, certainly has me intrigued. (Via)
Serena Malyon tilt-shifts some of Van Gogh’s classics.
Van Gogh’s paintings get tilt-shifted
Serena Malyon, has taken the classics works of Vincent Van Gogh and added a tilt-shifting…