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Reallusion

December 3, 2009

Here’s a new word for a collection of creative things that play with reality and with illusion.

This is Remy Gaillard from Montpellier, South of France. He’s done countless videos of this kind. I can’t believe the police let him off every time.

Beautiful etheral illustrations from japanese illustrator Kazukita Kamatsu: http://kazukitakamatsu.web.fc2.com/works1.html



Surreal films by Korner Union. See more on: http://www.bigproductions.fr/

Gothic caterpillar, tatooed pigs and ‘Cloaca’ (the machine that produces feaces) by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye. Enjoy the full thing at Wim City here: http://www.wimdelvoye.be/

‘Hand’ stop frame animation by Donato Sansone.

The illusionist art of Leandro Elrich. A brazilian artist who creates interactive installations that play on creating  illusion. See his other work here: http://www.leandroerlich.com.ar/works.php?id=25

Manufactured landscape is a documentary directed by Director Jennifer Baichwal about photographer Edward Burtinsky. He has travelled China for his latest series of photographs continuing his investigation into the scale of human activity.

This is what happened in Paris when ‘money back’ website mailorama launched a marketing stunt consisting of giving away bank notes. You could make between 50 and 500 Euro. Obviously the build up gathered a big crowd of needy people. But when the local authorities called it off for security reasons, the awaiting citizens felt that they were taken for a ride and dis-respected. That’s when some troublesome groups kicked off.

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