Alfonso Cuarón directed a short film for Naomi Klein's "Shock Doctrine" promotions, using effective stencil animations in the piece. Since I appreciate all the works of Cuarón and Klein, I thought that I'd pass along the link to watch the video. Concept, art, and animations was provided by ad house Foreign Office.
I added a new batch of Videos to YouTube and my blog LoganHicks.com. Over the past year, I have been video taping various events, but I have neglected to upload them the internet. Doesn't do much good if you
don't get a chance to see them, so I finally got off of my ass and uploaded these mother suckers. This is my first crack at video editing, so enjoy the fumblings of a novice video jockey.
Here are the videos and the URLs:
Logan Hicks installing art at BLVD
Logan Hicks in South Africa
Guilt-ridden plug for a soft drink I don't endorse, but man is Peat Wollager's video funny as hell or what? I grew up with real hillbilly's so this is a gut-buster, I tell you what.....
You may of heard this Spring/Summer I collaborated with Mountain Dew on a Limited Edition Bottle.
Well...they also had me create a Stencil Video inspired by the design.
Peep out the new store...buyart.stensoul.com
aki esta el link pa el video de fotos de stencil de oaxaca. saludos
the Anti-Advertising Agency and Graffiti Research Lab have used laser-cut stencils to cover the annoying flat-screen advertising
monitors found scattered throughout New York City. Go here to see a great video about the campaign.
Go here to download Gifs of the stencil and cover a few yourself!
From the AAA site: