Allie Avital - Wow, this girl is a genius!

I no longer remember how I realized that this person exists, but after watching all these videos, I realized that I was missing out on something truly good. 
Music video is an institution with decades and its trivialization has made it a little ... sick. As if the music videos had sex with other music videos in the same family, and had increasingly languid and fragile children.
I suddenly discovered the videos of Moses Sumney and took the trouble to find out who had directed them, to discover Allie Avital and a very interesting collection of visual interpretations of music, which is not always very creative, but which gives rise to creative films. 
This one, which we chose to be up here in sample form, is apparently inspired by Buñuel's "The Exterminating Angel" and plays with the concept of animated GIF. That is the fundamental quality of the work of this young and talented New York girl - the intention and the consistency.

If you want to know more and have the patience to click, here's a list:


"Flying-V" - a KLM sponsored scifi aeroplane named after a guitar...

It's one of those things that pops up on the internet and it quickly spreads everywhere, like toothpaste trodden by a heavy boot. What we are told about, is that KLM sponsors this TU Delft aeronautical project. For now it seems to us a medium quality video with an anonymous soundtrack ... but the important thing is to dream.

Official Site and something about the Flying-V Guitar.


Some of our favorite Easter pics

Here are some of our favorite photos with regard to Easter images. They are authored by Max Thompson, a specialist in images full of glamour and sometimes humor.


Toyota Autonomous Vehicles for 2020 Olympics

We do not know why we have not yet placed images of this fantastic car here ?! But here it is, the vehicle Toyota has been developing since 2017 to debut at the Olympics in 2020.


Love in the air: light show of 777 drones to mark Chinese Valentine's Day

"777 drones performed a light show in Changsha, capital city of Central China's Hunan Province, to mark the Qixi festival, or Chinese Valentine's Day, which falls on Aug. 17 this year".