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The Yamaha TC 800 tape deck, designed by Italian architect and designer Mario Bellini in 1975, still looks sleek as hell:

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Kompliementary

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Tag-team magnificence…

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Elena Gumeniuk is a Ukrainian illustrator who grew up listening to grime. After moving to London and attending Camberwell College of Arts, she turned her illustration to capturing the vibe and style of the estates that birthed the music:

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Stephen Orlando used long-exposure photography and LEDs to create maps of musicians’ movements:

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This is some of the best CGI I’ve ever seen – fluid dynamics; particle effects; fur, feather and chocolate effects.

Method Design was hired by RSA (Ridely Scott’s production company) to concept and create a video for the sponsor’s reel at the AICP (The Associate of Independent Commercial Producers) awards.

So, using motion capture, procedural animation and dynamic simulations, they created dancing avatars for each of the sponsors.

And it is so well done. It’s obviously a total labour of love:

(Great tune too)

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Pluck at my heartstrings

A lovely video for the lovely song Ma’agalim, by Isreali band Jane Bordeaux, based round an animated, articulated, mechanical music box.

It’s the little details that are delightful – the little, whirling legs of the old lady, the plucked guitar strings and harmonica bellows under the surface, the grain of the wood and paint, the head atop the huge roll of scarf:

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