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Every year for the 4th of July we like to ask readers to search the web and gather thumbnails of images that will symbolize what Freedom means to you.  Here's mine, can you guess what they are?   Best submitted art montages win prizes and an article in DTG !!!

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This Film Montage Is 60 Seconds Of Pure Bliss

Film montages are de rigueur for the viral Internet rounds, but they aren't usually this fun. A new video, part of a project called

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NICKELODEON 2015 IDENTS - CAMPAIGN MONTAGE

Bunker were asked again to create a series of summer idents for Nickelodeon with a quirky Kiwiana theme. This is a quick montage highlighting some of our favourite moments from the campaign. I led this project from concept to completion, with a role that ranged from Live Action Direction, 2D, 3D, Animation, Compositing, Editing, Rotoscoping, Art Direction, Prop Making & Stop Motion. We delivered a total of 40 idents ranging from 5 to 60 seconds in duration. Be sure to check the proj...

Running the Numbers is a series of digital montages by artist Chris Jordan that looks at American culture in terms of raw numbers... http://watchmepaint.blogspot.com/2013/10/paint-by-numbers.html

This is an edit of my favorite moments from the Treat Me release animation I made. It's basically a a cut down version of two 60 second animations with a few personal tweaks that i didn't have time to make before delivery. Sleepless nights and copious amounts of espresso got me through the 3 week production time. Credits Made at D.N.A Creative Director: Charlie Ward Art Director: Lucas Redfern Brooking Design: Lucas Redfern Brooking Animation: Lucas Redfern Brooking

They say the eyes are the windows to the soul. Well I can show you my soul in less than 60 seconds....with or without flash....back.

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Gallery Wall {Inspiration

basementWhen done right, a monochromatic gallery with various sizes and orientations can say a thousand times more than even the most colorful walls!

Film Photo By: Matt Toynbee Pentacon Six TL, Kodak T-Max 100Processing method: Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (1200ml)  20ºC 10 mins dev time, constant agitation for first 15 seconds then 2 agitations every 60 seconds. Facebook

Chris Jordan - Photography Cans Seurat, 2007 60×92″ Depicts 106,000 aluminum cans, the number used in the US every thirty seconds.

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Fascinating Behind-the-Scenes Polaroids of Actors on Set

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