This project, injecting colors into a ferrofluid, is riotously gorgeous. Ferrofluid is a liquid containing ferromagnetic particles that, when placed in a magnetic field becomes strongly magnetized.
Watch the making of video below and then check out the rest of the gorgeous set.
A full-time engineer at GE Aviation, Julian Tryba calls this spatial-temporal slicing in video “layer-lapse.”
With time lapse locations around Boston sewn together to create this fast shifting time and space show.
An apartment on the Right Bank owned by Madame de Florian, an affluent Parisian socialite and actress, was left suddenly when the Nazis rolled into Paris.
Even though she never returned, she kept paying the rent all the way up to her death at 91.
Among the exquisite architectural details, the tapestries, the view into a bygone era, was found the painting discovered to be Madame de Florian herself, painting by renowned 19th century Italian Giovanni Boldini. The painting, and several handwritten love letters from Boldini seem to confirm that she was in fact his muse.
Truly outstanding use of LEGO stop-motion.