Friday, November 11, 2005

Night lights

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Sometimes I like to take a place, or an event to which we associate an specific feeling or mood and try to change it, giving it a totally different approach.
I went to Disneyland this afternoon (since we have a yearly pass) and got some footage of the lights using manualy the focus of my videocamera. Then I added some music of Peter Gabriel from the movie “The Last Temptation of Christ” and made a fast remix.
This is the result… a night in Disneyland.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Hard Day

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I was having a really hard time today. Little sleep, lots of work, too many question, not enough answers. I thought about not posting anything for a while, just let it settle down, see how it feels... My fear is that I will never get back to do it, so I forced myself to record my internal talk and post it here.

Where am I going with this? How can I find inspiration? What are my rights as a videobloger? Technology is so overwhelming.
These are the questions I have today.

Days like this suck!!!.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

My design process: working with typography

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This is my second video on the series about my design process.
Finally I found some time to sit and work on the website for my freelance studio. Today I talk about choosing the typography as an esential part of the design.

Fonts have their own personality and you have to choose carefully so they are in accordance with the message you want to send with the design.

You can see the first video of this serie here.


Sunday, November 06, 2005


Touch me
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I miss the warmth of a life rubbing on me.
I was thinking how scared we are in this culture to touch other people.

Technology has evolved, allowing people to get in contact at any moment, from any part of the world, but the irony is, we have grown more distant, we have lost the importance of physical touch, the warm feel of a life that could break the spell under which we live, the spell that says we are the only real characters on this Broadway play we call life.