Little Dreams, An Inspiring Short Film

Little Dreams is an inspiring, whimsical short film created by Wilkie Branson. The film features over 4,000 photo cutouts which were painstakingly choreographed and animated over the course of a year. Following a despondent main character during a creative block, little dancers encourage the man to return to his imagination. Soon, he joins their miniature world, and his own little corner of the globe becomes a massive, vibrant landscape– all simply by changing his perspective.

For more remarkable art from France, check out Dran, the French Banksy.

Updating Philosophies: Street Art In NYC

This video takes us into the life of Cern, a street artist and graffiti writer in Brooklyn, New York. Intimate and illuminating, this short documentary shows Cern creating murals and other guerrilla installations while explaining what moves him to make his art. He refers to his work as “ephemeral art”– art that is temporary and changes with the landscape. For Cern, street art is a dynamic form present in our everyday lives, and that makes it more like poetry than like painting.

Liked that video? Then check out our original photos of vibrant street art in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

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