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A while ago I happened to come across this video and thought it may be something interesting to share. Any occasion in which people can see art being made while it happens is really cool. Agree?
For pretty much any fan of the arts, Vincent Van Gogh is a legend and an inspiration. So it is not surprising at all that people would create a film about his work and person. What is surprising is just how a group of creatives are doing it. Each frame in the film is actually a painting.
For those of you who paint, there’s still looking for artists to complete the project.
Years ago, a talented musician named Anthony Rankin started out doing shows in his native Pittsburgh. After a number of albums, he took off to continue his career in the East Coast music capital of Nashville. This is the video from his latest release “Pony Tail.”
Quite a lot of art today focuses on more than one type of media. However, it’s not that often that you may find a creative effort that uses more that two at a time. This powerful video just just that.
The poem “The Dash In Between” by Youtube member Borrowed Light And Broken String and adds in intense music as well.
Be warned, it deals with some emotional subject matter but feel free to check it out in the below video.
There is no doubt that the long-running series American Idol has launched the careers of many aspiring musical artists.
Here are a few of my favorites from this year’s competition.
The art of film is something I’ve always truly enjoyed. But if you stop and think about it, it may be even more difficult and involve an entirely different creative style to develop a great short film. I recently came across this one called Haleema that I would like to share with our readers here at CD.