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Man Struggling to Pay Bills In Shock As a Family Heirloom's Auction Price Changes His Life Forever Amazing story of an Indian Blanket going to auction.
Auction Price, Amazing Stories, Forever Amazing, Life Forever, Indian Blankets, Heirloom Auction, Families Stuff, Families Heirloom, Man Struggling
The Paper Kites: Young. 7 days to shoot 350+ faces, 10 days to assemble 4000+ photos. Oh Yeah Wow & The Paper Kites present: Young. Direct...
Shoots 350, 4000 Portraits, Costumes Design, Assembly 4000, 350 Face, Music Videos, Young, The Paper Kite, Clips Music
7 days to shoot 350+ faces, 10 days to assemble 4000+ photos. The Paper Kites present: Young. Director: Darcy Prendergast @ Oh Yeah Wow DOP: Oli Sansom Producers: Christina Remnant and NIcky Pastore Production Assistant: Mohini Herse Costume Design: Paige Prendergast Animators: Sam Lewis and Darcy Prendergast Editing: Mohini Herse, Sam Lewis, James Bailey and Darcy Prendergast Marketing Managers: Kat Hanzalek and Nicky Pastore Behind the Scenes Photography: Loris Chiapparo and Melissa Cowan
The Paper Kites “Young” Music Video Made of 4000 Portraits
Le clip musical innovant du groupe The papers Kites. - La toison d'or du web
listen to the end....amazing
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森の木琴 - TOUCHWOOD SH-08C commerical w/ a wooden xylophone sloping down a hill playing Bach’s Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring.
Japanese advertising agency Drill Inc. built a Rube Goldberg-style marimba in the woods of Kyushu that plays Bach’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” when a wooden ball passes down the length of it. The advertisement is for a Japanese market cell phone case, the Touch Wood.
Touch Wood in a Japanese Forest with Bach. "Go to the woods of Kyushu, Japan. Engineer a massive xylophone (or is it a marimba?) to run down the slope of a forested hill. Take a wooden ball, place it at the top of said instrument, and push it. What do you get? Bach's treatment of a traditional church hymn! Namely, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring."
The video is a commercial by DOCOMO for the Touch Wood SH-08C, a limited edition phone of which there are only 15,000 being made. But honestly I could care less about the phone, this commercial is a thousand times more cool. By combining lord knows how many pieces of wood, they were able to make a long, downhill track that was able to reproduce Bach’s Cantata 147, Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring. Huge props to Invisible Designs Lab’s Kenjiro Matsuo for making this crazy idea reality.
Music in the Japan woods as an Art Installation.