Always Be Knolling

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-CTkbHnpNQ

I posted this as a “tutorial” in the broadest sense of the word, but more so because I really like the style that it is shot in. It goes to show that you can make an engaging video with a static camera position and a catch tune, even if your subject matter is rather banal.

Also, I think the work of Tom Sachs very much relates to the Making Studio class, and I encourage anyone who is not familiar with his stuff to check it out.

I posted this as a “tutorial” in the broadest sense of the word, but more so because I really like the style that it is shot in. It goes to show that you can make an engaging video with a static camera position and a catchy tune, even if your subject matter is rather banal.

Also, I think the work of Tom Sachs very much relates to the Making Studio class and I am a big fan, I encourage anyone who is not familiar with his stuff to check it out here.

One thought on “Always Be Knolling”

  1. His videos defiantly leave an impression!! Everyone should watch the entire 10 bullets! Did you see his show at the Armory? It was really something! I loved how it was taken over by an age group that it wasn’t necessarily intended for!

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