Another bunch of delicious goodies

This is my second post in the series “Inspiration Lunch Box” where I collect inspiring things I find around the internet.

#1: He Took His Skin Off For Me

The story of a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend, and why it probably wasn’t the best idea… Article: behind the scenes

#2: Sounds Of Making – Artist Dominic Wilcox

The british artist Dominic Wilcox works between the worlds of art, design, craft and technology to create innovative and thought provoking objects. In other words he tries to reinvent the normal coming up with funny and wonderfull creations. He has a website where you can enjoy all his crazy and inspiring projects. Recently I bought his Vinyl Record “Sound Of Making”. It is 10″ vinyl record that celebrates the act of “making” with lovely records of “Sounds of Making in East London’. An unusual project with a very interesting behind all the tracks. You can reasd more about Wilcox’s project at this website: Also make sure to watch this lovely documentary about Wilcox called “The Reinvention Of Normal” directed by Liam Saint-Pierre.

#3: “Close” short directed by Geoffrey Taylor

On the week of Charlie’s 13th Birthday he makes a terrible discovery that brings him closer to his Father. A very touching narrated short film – simply fanstastic!

#4: Interview with music composer Daniel James

Daniel James is a music composer writing soundtracks for mostly computer games but he is also doing music for film trailers and shortfilms etc. I found this interview with him interesting. Also check out his studio tour, love to see how people work – watch by clicking here

#5: BTS of “U.F.Oh Yeah” short by Josh Connolly

An inspiring and interesting making of/ behind the scenes of Josh Connolly’s U.F.Oh Yeah short film. A funny sci-fi comedy short film worth watching. Check out the actual short film here. Also check out part two of the BTS series here

Author Bertil Vorre

Bertil is a young freelance artist based in Denmark. He works in various different formats, and have experience with many different cases – mainly Wordpress web design and filmmaking.

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