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have you seen blank: a vinylmation love story? it’s this great new stop motion animation created through a partnership between disney interactive and google. it’s 38 minutes and does not have any dialogue, however it’s very creative and surprisingly entertaining for both kids and adults. blank can be watched for free on google play. i highly recommend checking it out!!
clementine’s favorite book these days is a little book of sloth by lucy cooke. it’s the cutest book ever! it’s filled with photos of sloths hugging stuffed animals, as well as other sloths, and details on their daily lives. clem has learned a lot from the book and now wants to visit the sloths at the atlanta zoo anytime we head there. if you’re looking for a new book for your children or need a great gift, this book will definitely bring a smile to anyones face. visit slothville for more information and other adorable videos.
we were able to find a little book of sloth at the little shop of stories in downtown decatur! this adorable independent children’s bookstore is in the decatur square right next to starbucks. it’s filled with great books and toys for kids of all ages. they also offer story readings, summer camps, book groups and more, so be sure to visit and help keep such independent stores alive!
133 east court square #a,
decatur, ga 30030
you can also check out a video below with clem & grey reading together in the crib. they start out by ripping a page in hop on pop, which they know they aren’t supposed to do, so they both look around to see if they are in trouble. it’s pretty cute.
- ryan & gub
as of july 4th, grey is an official crawler! there’s no turning back now. he does more of an army crawl than new york times, but he’s extremely fast getting around
ryan & gub
you can see a longer version of the video here.
check out this great ikea commercial!
today is the once in a hundred year astronomical event called the transit of venus, which won’t happen again until december 2117. to celebrate, the fernbank science center is hosting a a planetarium program, live viewing from the observatory, as well as a live feed nasa of the event from hawaii this evening. sounds fun!
- ryan & gub
update….here is a video of the event:
i tried filming time lapse of one of those mystical gardens earlier this week. it looked pretty cool, although it took way longer than expected. the box claims everything would finish within 10 hours, however after 24+ hours, 10,000+ photos and 3 camera battery changes, the mystical garden was still growing and we had to leave for the holidays. maybe it was too cold in our house or something, but it sure took forever.
- ryan & gub
date of post: December 13th, 2011 | category: events, flowers & trees, holiday, house, time-lapse / videos, winter
tags: events, flowers & trees, fun, holiday, house, ryan & gub, time-lapse / videos
over the thanksgiving break i filmed some time lapse of a sunset with my new camera. i think it looked pretty good for my first attempt, although i would tweak the settings next time and try and start it earlier. i do like all of the movement of the duck on the pond though!
i recently finished up a dvd project for polyvinyl records called a brief history in moving pictures. the dvd is part of the label’s 15th anniversary celebration and compiles 60 videos from its history, including the entire of montreal video collection.
i was in charge of the technical side of the dvd, including authoring/encoding/menu design/etc. the project ended up taking 2+ years to gather all of the videos and put everything together, but it was well worth the wait. i’ve been a fan of polyvinyl for many years, so it was fun working together on this project.
you can pre-order a brief history in moving pictures for $10, which includes a digital download of all 60 songs as well. i thought that was a cool bonus!