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Relations Music Video // Before & After Grade from JAX HARNEY // COLORIST on Vimeo.

A few before and afters taken from Relations “comes” Music Video

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Artist Name: Scott Rodgerson
Tumblr: http://scottrodgerson.tumblr.com
Colony Collapse Disorder2012

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Scott Rodgerson

Tumblr: http://scottrodgerson.tumblr.com

Colony Collapse Disorder
2012

Road Trip // A Film by Phillip Lee Harvey from Jax Harney on Vimeo.

A Film by Phillip Lee Harvey
Colorist - Jax Harney

I Gotta Be Me - A Gonzo Documentary from Jax Harney on Vimeo.

Directed by Steven Bloomer
Starring Phaldut Sharma, Andrea Morrelli, Martin Rhodes, Andrew Oliver, Angela Rhodes, Karen Kendall, John Hughes, Alexander Murdoch and the Lazy Lizards swing combo!
Executive Producers Phaldut Sharma, James Gibbon, Tom Walker
Colorist Jax Harney

@igottabememovie (#IGBM)
facebook.com/igottabemecyprus

'I Gotta Be Me' follows the UK soap actor Paul Shah ('Faraway Close') as he embarks on a tour of Cyprus with a Rat Pack tribute show. A feel good film about identity, ambition and what it means to call yourself successful set in a world of high-hats and HP sauce, sun-cream and swing!
Whitecoat Productions in association with Nine Productions

KOOVS // HENRY HOLLAND from Jax Harney on Vimeo.

Produced by Raw Capture
Colorist - Jax Harney

RELATIONS - “COMES” - WATCH ON JAXHARNEY VIMEO

Director - Victoria Stevens
Editor - Andres Burgos
Producer - Melinda Prisco
Director of Photography - John Marton
Colorist - Jax Harney
Assistant Camera - Alejandra Bufalá
Man - Lorenzo Fiuzzi
Stripper - Ariana Nakamine
Girl at Bar - Alejandra Bufalá
Girl at Bar - Mariel Lebrija
Shot on location at Home Sweet Home, NYC
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© Dan Busta
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byych fyre by spires
Ashley Percival
Found on The Jelaous Curator Blog

Ashley Percival

Found on The Jelaous Curator Blog

Sometimes Now

Sexual Fish 01 - Fishy Cocktails (2014)
Artist Name //  Dino Sato
http://dinogif.tumblr.com/

Revisiting Juan Fontanive's mechanical, looping flipbooks: Vivarium. From the artist’s bio: 

Juan Fontanive makes films without using light. Often recycling the mechanical parts of found clocks and pushbikes as the portable containers of his ‘animations’. His interest lies in the beauty of sequential and repetitive movement… Pages fall in neat layers in the manner of a paper fountain, somewhere between film and sculpture - there is no ‘screen’ as such.