October 2nd, 2012
I recently came across this incredibly beautiful short film, Searching for West, and was so captivated by the images and production quality.
The narrative is perhaps not the film’s most engaging aspect, but it is nonetheless heartfelt and authentic and provides a fine framework for some stunning shots (and a little slow-mo overdose).
I have never hunted anything in my life and doubt that I will ever get closer to my meals than I do in the supermarket, but I was still drawn to process, skill, and endurance that hunting requires. Sleeping under the stars and, to a certain degree, being one with nature seems wonderfully appealing when faced with the dishes, laundry, and paying the bills. But then again, I would probably last a few hours before I would long back to my warm bed.
Turn on the HD, go full screen, enjoy:
October 1st, 2012
My French might be a little rusty, but I think you get the drift. An interesting little video, caught on actual film (Super 16mm) for that extra je ne sais quoi (I’ll stop with the French puns now, I promise…’onestly).
Nevertheless, the video has a great feel to it; the open road, camaraderie, freedom, adventure. Make sure to also check out the boys’ first adventure from two years ago.
July 18th, 2012
If you haven’t done so already, brew some coffee or grab a beer and do please watch this movie.
January 15th, 2012
Here at Noble|Antics we love books. Not only do they contain the most inspiring and incredible stories – they are gates to worlds upon our imagination.
One more thing.. Books looks great in almost every home, and they can be a part of your life not only when you read. Bookshelf Porn is despite the name a sober collection of yeah, let’s just say Bookshelf Porn.
Here is a small sample of what you can expect, but take the trip down the lane of words, and head over to the real collection of bookshelf porn..
November 23rd, 2011
So a toy robots walks in the room.. What happens after dark. The only way to get out is through the mirror of the monitor. Luckily we have Google!
This is a short film personal project by director Tom Jenkins. It’s simply amazing!
October 30th, 2011
Oasis associations aside, Japanese interior design firm Wonderwall has a great catalogue of projects that is well worth a peek, but it was their slightly freaky way of presenting these projects that initially drew me to the site.
Head on over to Wonder-wall.com to check out their work and interact with the project list. Who needs 3D glasses anyway?
October 29th, 2011
Just came across this short video feature about the Occupy Wall Street movement, which poses the very relevant and haunting question: Where do we go from here?
Whether you can relate to the protesters or not, this video captures a distinct atmosphere, which in itself makes it interesting. The effects (if any) of the movement are yet to be seen, but the video will remain a insight into a moment in time that seems unprecedented, yet unavoidable.
If the (very appealing and smooth) visual style seems familiar, it might be because creator Ed David is also the director of photography behind the fantastic video series over at The Scout.
October 19th, 2011
Long time no see! Well it’s been a while. And I shall be the first to say: “It’s been too long!”.. Well, sorry about that. I guess we both here at Noble Antics have gone stuck in the fishin’ mode.
That being said it’s time to continue.
The video below is from Intels “Visual Life” series. As we all know, the importance of light in our surroundings means the world to most people – unfortunately not all use light as creatively as we see here. Some of you might remember the big Ralph Lauren 4D experience about a year ago. It seems the new ways of thinking ‘canvas’ will evolve further as technology moves on. Interesting stuff to come, I guess.