I love online videos. This is a semi-regular column of my favourite recent finds, whether they are artistic, political or data visualizations. You can see the previous collection here.
COMBO: A collaborative animation
An incredible street art/video collaboration. It’s almost mind-blowing to think about how much work went into this, the animation is created by a sequence of graffiti artworks painted inside an abandoned building. They have painted and re-painted and re-painted, a true example of the transient nature of street art, here captured by thousands of photos put together to create a wonderous and surreal animation.
NY gets Pixelated
A very cool video of space invaders and other early computer game characters invading New York City.
World Air Traffic Over a 24 Hour Period
An amazing data visualization of all airplane flights over earth in a 24 hour period. I love data visualizations – for the visual learners amongst us it can convey a huge amount of data (in this case, flight patterns) in a gorgeous and visually-stimulating format. Very sticky.
16 Deaths a Day
Given the recent deaths of 29 miners killed in a West Virginia coal mine disaster and, last week, another 11 workers being lost, presumed dead, after an offshore oil rig explosion, I wanted to share this important video from the ever-productive team at Brave New Films.